Business director of the NGI declares graphene light-bulbs commercially sold within six months

In November 2014, James Baker, business director at the UK's National Graphene Institute (NGI), declared a LED light factory about to be opened in Manchester by an unnamed company, in which graphene will be used to dissipate heat.

Now, in a statement given at the Insider's Property Investment Forum in London, Baker mentioned that graphene lightbulbs will be available for purchase in B&Q within the next six months. While Baker did not offer any additional details regarding the identity of the supplier or even confirmed that this product will come from the afformentioned factory, this is still a very interesting mention.

Posted: Mar 02,2015 by Roni Peleg