Historic company listing

LIGC Application

LIGC Application logo imageLIGC Application was an Israel-based producer of Laser-Induced Graphene filters (LIG). LIGC Application is at the forefront of laser-induced graphene commercialization with patented technology. In 2013, laser-induced graphene was first derived from a plastic substrate by Professor James Tour of Rice University, and LIGC has based its work on this technology.

The company went out of business in 2022.

Payper Technologies

Payper logo imageUK-based start-up Payper Technologies is using graphene to provide the restaurant industry with a new pay-at-table technology.

Graphene antennas are printed on paper to enable customers to pay their bill by tapping their smartphone on the receipt. The process was said to take two clicks and under five seconds, without the need to download an app, by using existing Apple Pay or Google Pay.

P1 Graphene

P1 Graphene logo imageP1 Graphene creates custom solutions for the application of graphene, focused on the automotive sector.

P1 Graphene targets areas like lowering vehicle weight to reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency. Its solutions are focused on manufacturing graphene-enhanced composites in the application of carbon fiber, polymer matrix composites and rubber tires.


GraphenTech logoNetherland-based GraphenTech was established in 2016 with an aim to become a graphene producer, using technologies developed at several Universities in Europe, Russia and Latin America.

GraphenTech aimed to establish a blockchain-based security system that was supposed to allow it to raise capital and initiate trading in graphene based on its tokens. The company's was planning to do an ICO in October 2018.

Hengli Shengtai (Xiamen) Graphene Technology

Hengli Shengtai (Xiamen) Graphene Technology (associated with Angstron Materials' Dr. Bor Jang) was established in 2016 in Xiamen, China, to produce graphene raw materials and graphene applications.

The Company reportedly had a production capacity of 100 tons of graphene, with plans to increase the production capacity to 300 tons and eventually 5,000 tons in 2020.


Cells X logo imageCellsX was a China-based company that developed graphene-based battery cells, that enable fast charging.

Among its products were small and large battery cell packs, with applications like electronic accessories, city delivery vehicle batteries and more. It seems as if the company is no longer in business.

Continuum Technologies

Continuum Technologies logo imageContinuum Technologies was a UK-based company that developed graphene-based sensing nanotechnology embedded into fabrics. Focusing on athletic performance enhancement as a use case, Continuum aimed to provide real-time monitoring of biometric and biomechanical health data.

The company is no longer active.

Nanotech Engineering

Nanotech engineering logo imageNanotech Engineering Inc. was a Delaware Corporation located in Aurora, CO, USA.

Nanotech Engineering claimed to have created a thin, lightweight, yet strong graphene-based solar panel that was said to have a 92% rating, as compared to traditional panels at only 20%.


Akkolab logoAkkolab, established in Russia in 2009, produced graphene oxide and reduced-GO materials.

Akkolab also performedresearch and development in the application of graphene materials in energy storage (batteries and supercapacitors), composites, inks and more.

The company seems no longer to be in business.