Fujian province puts focus on graphite and graphene

By Albert Li
Published: Friday, 07 July 2017

Fujian province in the south of China has announced that the city of Sanming will be the centre for development of its graphene industry.

Fujian is one of many Chinese provinces with or without graphite resources that are setting up graphene operations.

Sanming, the neighbouring city of Yong’an and Datian County have combined proven graphite reserves of 1.4m tonnes and prospective reserves of 100m tonnes. Most of this is high-grade amorphous graphite.

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