Graphene batteries would allow smartphones to be thinner or offer more battery capacity while keeping their current proportions

Due to the various unique properties, graphene and materials derived from graphene have been exhibiting great potential in the field of energy storage, for supercapacitors, fuel cells, hydrogen storage and batteries in various forms like lithium-ion, sodium-ion, lithium-air, and lithium-sulfur batteries.
Current Li-ion batteries have a long charge time, short lifespan and use unstable and dangerous chemistries. Graphene increases the efficiency of batteries, improves the power capability and allows faster charge times

Examples of Applications

Heat dispersion in batteries for hybrid and electrical cars

Cathodes of Li-ion batteries to increase the performance and much faster charging

Increased capacity in green/off grid storage

Power buffering between wind turbines and the electrical grid

High capacity silicon graphene anode for high performance Li-ion batteries

Heavy duty supercapacitors for turbine blade feathering

Efficient catalysis materials for bi-polar plates for fuel cells

Next generation of lithium air batteries

New generation of solid-state batteries

Advanced batteries systems for soldiers


Properties Improved & Advantages with GUP®


  • High coulombic efficiency/output
  • Low first cycle irreversible loss
  • High ionic and electronic conductivity which allows electrons to move much faster
  • High specific capacity
  • Much faster charging

increased battery life

  • Enhanced heat dissipation
  • Replacing the anode with graphene entirely increases battery life several times over
  • Helps to prevent corrosion
  • Ensures greater durability of the battery before it loses charging capacity

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