Turkish company called Nanografi claims method of cutting graphene production costs

Nanografi logoThe Turkish Nanografi reports a technical advance in the production of graphene that can make it much cheaper to produce.

The Project Manager of Nanografi explains that Nanografi has improved the production process by managing to produce graphene from a special plant that grows in India, which is more efficient than conventional oil-based methods. The company claims to have already started to export this product. The company is currently negotiating with officials for factory site in an R&D center based in Hamburg to meet the demand from abroad.

The company states that while fifty grams of imported Graphene previously cost $2000, theyoffer the same amount of Graphene for just $200. And manufacturing this product in a local facility will reduce import costs.

Posted: Mar 30,2015 by Roni Peleg