Graphene-enabled electrodes boost EV performance

By Emma Hughes
Published: Tuesday, 01 July 2014

Adding to the great amount of interest in graphene commercialisation taking place around the world, UK-based Perpetuus Carbon Group has signed two collaboration agreements to advance end-market products enhanced through the use of graphene.

Lithium sulphur (Li-S) batteries could enable electric vehicles (EVs) to travel more than 500 miles in one charge by utilising graphene-enabled electrodes.

A new partnership between UK-based Perpetuus Carbon Group Ltd, a graphene development company, and OXIS Energy, which has a patent for Li-S batteries, could see a five-fold improvement...

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