HyCarb is a Florida-based early-stage company, headquartered at the University of Central Florida Business Incubator in Research Park. HyCarb uses graphene and carbon nanotubes to develop enhanced, environmentally-friendly batteries, super-capacitors, fuel cells, solar panels, sensors, catalysts, filters and transistors.
HyCarb has an exclusive license for three patents from the University of Central Florida (UCF) that utilize graphene aerogels and conducting polymers. HyCarb is currently focused on creating five new anodes and five new cathodes to be fabricated into prototype batteries that store renewable energy.
In May 2018, Signet International Holdings announced a Letter of Intent for the acquisition of HyCarb. In that that time, HyCarb reported that it is completing the prototype of its first phase, the "HyCarb Coin Cell Battery". The battery is expected to be ready for manufacturing by the end of 2019.
Central Florida Research Park 3259 Progress Drive
Orlando, FL 32826