Raymor Secures Over $2 Million To Develop Graphene-Enhanced Li-Ion Batteries

Raymor Secures Over  Million To Develop Graphene-Enhanced Li-Ion Batteries - Batteries Featured Graphene

Raymor Industries recently reported that it secured a $2.3 million (2.9 million CAD) grant from the Canadian government to integrate graphene into lithium-ion batteries. Raymor also manufactures carbon nanotubes for the industry, and its subsidiary NanoIntegris last year launched PureWave Graphene, a substrate-free grown in a plasma reactor, whose specifications are said to approach those of CVD single-layer graphene.

The $2.3 million in Sustainable Development Technology Canada will help the company accelerate its and development efforts on the project, which has the potential to create that perform better and last longer.

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