Gnanomat, a Spain-based company that designs and develops graphene-based nanomaterials for energy storage devices, recently opened new laboratories and pilot plant.
The construction and commissioning of the pilot plant will allow the scaling of its promising graphene-based nanomaterials on a pre-industrial scale. The plant will allow Gnanomat to produce up to 100 kilos of its product, a hybrid between GNP and metallic oxides, per year.
Gnanomat, a 100% private company located in Madrid, reportedly aims to revolutionize the energy storage market with an alternative approach, that allows to store energy more efficiently and substantially increase the performance of electrode materials.
At the beginning of 2018, Gnanomat plans to launch a series A round to boost the development and scaling of its nanomaterials. Also, the company continues to explore collaborations with the main manufacturers of energy storage devices.