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Gridtential and LOLC partner to develop bipolar lead battery technology

Thu, 06/25/2020 - 12:53 -- Paul Crompton

US firm Gridtential Energy has entered into a technology evaluation agreement with LOLC Advanced Technologies to develop bipolar lead batteries using technology from both firms.

Under the agreement, the companies will collaborate on prototyping lead batteries using Gridential’s Silicon Joule™ bipolar silicon plates and LOLC’s graphene additive AltaLABGX, which is applied to active material.

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Ceylon Graphite eyes battery materials market with first sales from Sri Lanka mine

Wed, 06/10/2020 - 13:24 -- Paul Crompton

Canadian headquartered mining firm Ceylon Graphite is preparing to ship graphite to Singapore and Korea after securing its first sales since launching commercial production at its K1 site in Sri Lanka last December.

The firm’s subsidiary Sarcon Development is sending one ton of vein graphite, with carbon content of 95-97%, to 2D Materials so the Singaporean additives firm can evaluate it for its graphene production needs. 

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Sri Lanka plans to develop lead-acid battery industry using domestic graphene

Thu, 03/05/2020 - 13:30 -- Paul Crompton

Sri Lanka is gearing up to create a $ 1.5 billion graphene-based lead-acid battery industry in the country using its abundant supply of vein graphite.

Associated Battery Manufacturers Ceylon (ABM) has agreed to purchase 50% of Ceylon Graphene Technologies’ (CGT) monthly graphene output, its chief executive Manju Gunawardana told a press conference last month. 

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Sri Lanka firm advances on lead and edges into lithium

Fri, 06/29/2018 - 11:00 -- Xuan Zhong
Sri Lanka firm advances on lead and edges into lithium

Sri Lanka lead-acid firm Associated Battery Manufacturers Ceylon (ABM) is reportedly set to launch a new start-stop battery onto the market— and make its first foray into lithium with a Korean partner.

The new battery, developed in partnership with the Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology, is expected to help “increase vehicle fuel efficiency by 12%”, CEO M Ramachandran (pictured) was quoted as telling the Daily News.

 

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