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.
2D Carbon Tech was established in December 2011 with an aim to develop and produce graphene films. The company is currently offering CVD-produced graphene films on copper, glass, silicon or PET, and also graphene-based touch panels and pressure-sensing films.
2D Carbon Tech's production capacity for graphene films is about 30,000 m2/year.
Singapore-based 2DM (2D MATERIALS LTD) was founded in 2015 as a spin-off from The Graphene Research Centre at the National University of Singapore.
2DM produces and markets graphene flakes (GNPs).
Abalonyx, founded in 2005 in Norway, is engaged in the production of graphene oxide and derivatives of graphene oxide, as well as related R&D.
ACS Material is a US based company focused on advanced nanomaterials development and production.
The company offers CVD grown graphene (single-layer graphene, graphene oxide, graphene nanoplates, carboxyl graphene and graphite oxide).
Advanced Graphene Products - AGP – is a company that produces and supplies graphene with a primary focus on the engineering and development of graphene based products. AGP produces graphene by a unique method: growth on a liquid metal matrix.
Advanced Material Development was established in 2017 to commercialize 2D nanomaterial technology from Sussex University in the UK.
Akkolab, established in Russia in 2009, produces graphene oxide and reduced-GO materials.
Akkolab is also performing research and development in the application of graphene materials in energy storage (batteries and supercapacitors), composites, inks and more.
Angstron Materials (a subsidiary of Global Graphene Group and based in Ohio, USA) is developing and producing nano graphene platelets (NGPs), and also provide pristine graphite and single layer graphene. Angstron is active with Supercapacitors, graphene-modified lubricants, Li-Ion battery materials and graphene-enhanced Polymers.
In July 2015, the company secured $5 million in new capital to increase manufacturing capacity. In October 2015 Angstron established a sister company called EnerG Nano, with plans to raise around $20 million for the new company which will produce energy storage devices using Angstron's graphene materials. In February 2014 we interviewed the company's head of marketing and business development.