Graphenea is a private European company (based in Spain) focused on the production of high quality graphene for industrial applications. The company produces single-layer graphene sheets, bi-layer graphene, multi-layer graphene, graphene oxide and other materials - on any substrate the customer provides.
Graphenemex was established in 2016 in Mexico with an aim to become a high quality graphene producer and applications developer. The company currently produces both graphene flakes, graphene oxide, reduced graphene oxide and CVD graphene. Graphenemex's current capacity for graphene flakes and GO is about one ton per year.
Besides its graphene production capabilities, Graphenemex is developing graphene applications, specifically graphene-enhanced polymer composites, including master batches in pellet form.
Paragraf is a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Cambridge. Paragraf focuses on the production of 2D materials, primarily graphene, and the development of devices based on these materials.
3D Graphtech Industries was established in 2014 by Kibaran Resources and 3D Group to research and develop graphite and graphene applications for 3D printing. 3D Graphtech sources its graphite exclusively from Kibaran's Tanzanian graphite mine.
Since its establishment, 3D Graphtech did not release any information and the company does not have a web page.
Applied Nanotech is a PEN company and functions as the PEN Design Center focused on developing new products for the PEN family of companies using nanotechnology approaches. Its team of PhD level scientists and engineers works with companies to solve technical problems and create innovations, producing a competitive advantage for the PEN family.
Applied Nanotech was founded in 1989, went public in 1993, and for the majority of its history focused on next generation display applications. However in late 2005, to diversify from one "make or break" technology, it expanded its focus to other areas leveraging its previous work. From 2006 to the present, it has made substantial progress in these areas. The company has organized its efforts into four divisions each of which has substantial potential: Nanomaterials, Nanoelectronics, Nanosensors, and Nanoecology.
Beijing Carbon Century Technology, founded in 2013, specializes in graphene macro preparation technology, R&D and technical services of its downstream application technology. Beijing Century Carbon has been identified by the ISO9001 , ISO14001 certification, and passed the identification of high-tech enterprise.
CalBattery is a Los Angeles based start-up that develops silicon-graphene lithium-ion battery anode material.
CellsX is a China-based company that develops graphene-based battery cells, that enable fast charging.
Among its products are small and large battery cell packs, with applications like electronic accessories, city delivery vehicle batteries and more.
Continuum Technologies is a UK-based company that develops graphene-based sensing nanotechnology embedded into fabrics. Focusing on athletic performance enhancement as a use case, Continuum aims to provide real-time monitoring of biometric and biomechanical health data.
Dongxu, also known as Tungshu, was established in 1997 and its headquarters and R&D center are located in Beijing. With roots in the optoelectronic display industry, it now has become a industrial investment enterprise focused on the optoelectronic display and renewable energy industries, while also covering financing, urbanization and real estate. The Tunghsu Group, with yearly revenues of over $5 Billion USD, has 40 subsidiaries under direct management with 100% share control or majority control, among which two are listed companies.
Tunghsu Group has successively invested in and established over 20 production lines of flat panel display glass substrates and a production base for graphene, sapphire and color filters in Beijing, Shijiazhuang, Zhengzhou, Wuhu, Chengdu, Mianyang, Yingkou, Kunshan, Zhenjiang and other cities. It has recently released the G-king, a graphene-based battery line, signed agreements with graphene companies (ICN2 included) and invested in many graphene initiatives.