XG Sciences is a private company based in Michigan, US, that develops and producer graphene flakes using technology developed at Michigan State University.
XG Sciences uses its xGnP (graphene flakes) materials to also develop graphene applications. In August 2013, XGS launched a new graphene-based anode material for Li-Ion batteries. In August 2012 the company started production in their new 80 ton facility in Lansing, MI.
In 2014 Samsung Ventures placed a strategic investment in XGS as the two companies aim to co-develop graphene-enhanced batteries. In July 2013 we posted an interview with the company's co-founder and CEO.
Towards the end of 201 XGS announced its production capacity has been expanded to 180 tons per year, with plans for further expansion to 400 tons/year.