PPG, SiNode join forces in anode battery development project

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Monday, 20 November 2017

The companies will work towards developing high-energy anode materials using graphene-based coatings to achieve higher storage capacity for electric vehicle batteries.

US-based pigments and coatings maker PPG will form a partnership with speciality materials supplier SiNode Systems to develop and commercialize graphene-based coating technology for anode materials aimed at electric vehicles.

The 30-month project aims to "accelerate the commercialization of high-energy anode materials for advanced battery applications," PPG said in...

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