Tata Steel

Tata Steel logoTata group is a multinational enterprise, headquartered in India, that includes over 100 independent operating companies. Tata Steel is considered as Tata Group's flagship company and is one of the leading steel producers in the world.

Tata Steel has been active in the field of graphene R&D for many years, with work that ranges from steel-related projects back in 2014, through releasing a graphene-based product range - the Tiscon Superlinks+ graphene-coated stirrups in 2017, to ongoing development and commercialization work.

Graphenea

Graphenea logoGraphenea is a private European company (based in Spain) focused on the production of high quality graphene for industrial applications. Graphenea produces both CVD graphene (using Aixtron’s Black Magic equipment) and Graphene Oxide materials.

The company offers graphene on several substrates and can also transfer the graphene to your own substrate in-house.

Anaphite

Anaphite logo imageAnaphite, located in the UK, aims to incorporate graphene into battery materials, via an inexpensive and scalable process that fits directly into existing cell production lines.

The incorporation of graphene into Li-ion batteries is meant to improve battery life and charging times.

Grafren

Grafren company logo imageSweden-based Grafren develops smart textiles using its patented method to separate high-quality graphene flakes. Grafren was spun off from Linköping University, Sweden, in 2018.

Volexion

Volexion company logo imageVolexion is a startup commercializing a unique graphene technology for the next generation of Li-ion battery materials. Its first product is a drop-in high energy cathode material with a reported 10x better performance than state of the art, moving the Li-ion and electric vehicle industry 10 years forward.