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Graphene News — Graphene batteries

Next-generation battery technology to feature graphene

Marko Spasenovic

Next-generation battery technology to feature graphene

Experiments with graphene in next-generation batteries are highlighting the important role that this material will have in future energy storage solutions. The domination of lithium-based batteries on the portable energy market continues, due to the low cost and natural abundance of elemental lithium, coupled with the material’s good energy density...

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Graphene for catalysis

Marko Spasenovic

Catalysis plays a major role in today’s society, impacting an estimated 90% of all commercially produced chemical products. Generating about a trillion USD in products worldwide, catalysis is used in energy processing (petroleum refining, steam reforming, automotive catalytic conversion, fuel cells), bulk and fine chemical manufacturing, food processing, and environmental...

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Graphene Flagship celebrates first birthday

Marko Spasenovic

The Graphene Flagship has had a running start in its first year. The main results of the initiative, summarized on the Flagship website, are impressive, both from a technological as well as an organizational standpoint. The Flagship, a €1 billion project funded by the European Commission, is in its ramp-up...

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Graphene Live! USA 2013

Marko Spasenovic

Last week, Graphenea participated in Graphene Live! USA 2013. Jesús de la Fuente, our CEO, gave an invited talk at the “Graphene in Energy Storage Applications” part of the event. The audience was treated to an overview of the applications of graphene for: Lithium ion batteries Supercapacitors Fuel cells Redox...

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Graphene for energy bulletin

Marko Spasenovic

Graphene for energy use is emerging as an exciting topic of research, with breakthrough discoveries hitting the headlines every week. Supercapacitors, the new paradigm for portable energy, are expected to replace traditional batteries in personal devices such as cellphones, laptop computers, tablets, and even electric vehicles. Supercapacitors can recharge and...

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