Graphene commercialisation momentum is increasing at G3 who have recently signed two separate product agreements. Firstly a JDA to develop graphene enhanced materials for the electronics industry in Taiwan and secondly a LOI to sell 300 metric tons of silicon oxide anode material to a Hong Kong company.

“Global Graphene Group (G3) has announced the signing of a joint development agreement (JDA) with a major Taiwan-based manufacturer. The companies will work together to incorporate graphene-enhanced materials into polyetheretherketone (PEEK)-based products for the semiconductor industry in portions of Asia.
 
PEEK is a high-performance engineering thermoplastic. The addition of G3’s graphene will improve the thermoplastic’s mechanical, electrical and thermal properties. As an excellent self-lubrication material, graphene can help lower the friction ratio of PEEK/Graphene devices and reduce its wear rate significantly. It can also improve its anti-corrosion properties against harsh environments by creating a barrier to the polymer matrix.
 
Dr Jang, G3’s CEO, said: “G3 is excited to partner with this major Taiwanese company to develop enhancements to their PEEK-based products in the Asian market”.“Our graphene and graphene-enhanced solutions will be able to greatly improve the performance of semiconductors”.

 
Graphene Commercialisation of 300 metric tons of silicon oxide anode materials.

Global Graphene Group (G3) and Alison Asia Pacific Ltd. (Alison) have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for business over the next five years. Alison, a Hong Kong-based company, plans to purchase over 300 metric tons of silicon oxide anode material from G3.
 
Alison’s products are widely used in different industries such as energy, environmental protection, sewage treatment, and other fields. G3’s silicon oxide anode will support Alison’s rechargeable batteries. G3 will ramp up production of its silicon oxide anode to meet demand.
 
“This LOI will drive expansion in our Dayton, Ohio, and Taiwan production facilities over the next five years,” said John Davis, G3 Chief Operating Officer. “This is a significant amount of product to produce, and we will expand our team to meet these needs. We look forward to our partnership with Alison and helping them enhance their products.”
 
Silicon monoxide (SiO) is an emerging anode material to be utilised in high-energy Li-ion batteries (LIBs).

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Read article 2 Silicon Oxide Anode LOI Global Graphene Group, Alison Asia Pacific Ltd. Sign LOI
Sources: Graphene Info and G3 Product pages

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