Novusterra announces strategic partnership with Kenai Defense, Texas Tech University, and the United States Air Force

Novusterra, a company specializing in the development and production of carbon nanomaterials and graphene to the infrastructure, agriculture, and electrification economy, has announced that its patented technology to produce carbon nanomaterial additives for concrete and asphalt pavements is being used as the exclusive patented technology in a comprehensive research project to improve the future durability of airfields for the United States Air Force.

Greg Jensen, CEO of Novusterra, commented, "We are honored to serve alongside our partners at Kenai Defense, Texas Tech University, and the United States Air Force as we use our exclusively licensed patents to better serve our beloved United States Air Force as we work to improve the durability of their domestic and forward deployed airfields. We are confident that this partnership, among dedicated and patriotic Americans, will make both our military and ultimately our Nation's infrastructure even stronger. The demand for infrastructure projects worldwide continues to accelerate due to rebuilding, energy transition, and overall government stimulus, and we are well-positioned to provide advanced, high-value technology to help produce better, more durable, and greener materials and products to support such growth of modern infrastructure."


This additive is expected to increase the durability and longevity of USAF airstrips, roads, buildings, and other infrastructure at their airfields in the U.S. and abroad.

Novusterra specializes in the development and commercialization of patented technology to produce low-cost, high-quality carbon nanostructures and graphene from carbon-based deposits to be utilized within the sustainable infrastructure, energy storage, agriculture, and water filtration marketplaces. The Company secured its patents through the acquisition of an exclusive sublicense with American Resources Corporation (NASDAQ: AREC) which is designed to make use of an abundant and low-cost feedstock (coal) in an environmentally friendly process.

Along with the strategic partnership with the USAF, Novusterra welcomed partnerships with Kenai Defense, a defense contractor that works closely with the Pentagon, and Texas Tech University.

Included in this strategic agreement is a $6.5 million investment by the USAF to help improve the durability and longevity of its forward-deployed airfields.

Posted: Jan 04,2024 by Roni Peleg