Energy Storage Materials
Graphene nanoplatelets can be used in combination with other materials to enhance energy, power and durability in advanced energy systems including:
- •Li-ion batteries
- •Li-air batteries
- •Lead acid batteries
- •fuel cells and
- •electrochemical supercapacitors.
Graphene nanoplatelets can also be used in advanced energy power or storage systems such as portable electronics, transportation and grid storage.
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Lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are in demand for a variety of applications including stationary energy storage, low or zero-emission transportation, and distributed power generation using renewable sources. Our xGnP® Graphene Nanoplatelets can enhance anode and cathode capabilities in the next generation of batteries. Read More
Lead acid batteries are the most widely used form of energy storage in the world. New hybrid technologies are pushing the capability limitations of these batteries. The automotive market’s need for a higher rate of charge and discharge in start-stop hybrid batteries is one example of these how these batteries can better serve new technologies as compared to traditional lead-acid batteries. Read More
Ultracapacitors are attractive energy storage devices for several reasons: high cycle life, fast charge/discharge capability, long shelf life, very low degradation rates, and they are maintenance-free. XG Sciences’ Graphene Nanoplatelets can help improve the performance of ultracapacitors. Read More
Fuel Cells/Li-Air Batteries
Technologies like graphene are driving continuous innovation of energy storage materials to provide solutions. XG Sciences’ research and development is actively driving this innovation in the area of fuel cells and Li-air batteries. Read More