XG Sciences was selected by the Air Force Research Laboratory to develop ultrahigh-energy ultracapacitors for use in space energy storage systems. Our graphene-based energy storage materials have demonstrated significant increases in storage capacity over traditional activated carbon and are manufactured in a commercially-proven, environmentally friendly, low-cost process.
Graphene materials customized for energy storage
Many scientists believe that graphene is the material of choice for high-performance ultracapacitors, and XG Sciences’ materials deliver significant improvements over both traditional carbon materials as well as other types of graphene. Our C-grade materials were specifically developed for energy storage applications and feature high surface area, low-resistance current carrying capability, and low oxygen content.
Please contact us for more data on performance of our graphene-based ultracapacitor electrodes.