Custom Graphene Batteries and Components

Pheneovate works with public and private laboratories around the world to prototype graphene batteries, supercapacitors, and battery components designed to your exact application specifications. This overview focuses specifically on graphene's application for battery technology.

Graphene has recently enabled the dramatic improvement of portable electronics and electric vehicles by providing better means for storing electricity. Graphene has proven useful for several different types of batteries, with lithium-ion batteries being most important to our team and our partners. Li-ion batteries can be enhanced by introducing graphene to the battery’s anode and capitalizing on the material’s conductivity and large surface area traits to achieve morphological optimization and performance.

Since graphene can be chemically processed into various forms suitable for both the positive and negative electrodes, this enables the fabrication of all-graphene batteries with ultrahigh energy density.

Advantages of Graphene Batteries

  • Higher Capacity

  • Fast Charging

  • Flexibility

  • Lightweight

  • High Temperature Range

Conventional (and prospective) battery electrode materials are significantly improved when enhanced with graphene. A graphene battery is lightweight, durable, and suitable for high capacity energy storage, as well as shortened charge time. Graphene adds conductivity without requiring the amounts of carbon used in conventional batteries.

Graphene has the potential to enable high energy density supercapacitors that are smaller, lighter, and faster than current products on the market.

Custom Products Available

  • Protected Lithium Metal Anodes

  • High Capacity Anode Materials

  • High Capacity & High Rate Capable Cathode Materials

  • Graphene Protected S & Se Cathode (Li-S & Li-Se)

  • Graphene-Enabled Current Collector

  • Conductive Additives

  • Supercapacitors

Graphene could establish a new generation of energy-storage devices, including the new features below, with some already possible with today’s technology.

Supercapacitors with AC line filtering

– Vertically oriented graphene

– Electrochemically reduced graphene oxide

– Graphene–CNT carpets

– Graphene–PEDOT:PSS hybrid film

Flexible energy-storage devices

– 3D graphene foam

– V2O5–graphene paper

– rGO–cellulose paper

– 3D graphene network fiber

Stretchable batteries and supercapacitors

– Wrinkled CVD graphene

Energy-storage devices for wearable electronics

– Graphene–MnO2 coated textile

– Graphene–CNT core–sheath fiber

Transparent batteries and capacitors

– Wrinkled CVD graphene

– Li4Ti5O12 and LiMn2O4

Fast-charging batteries

– Li4Ti5O12–graphene foam

– CVD graphene foam Al battery

Lightweight batteries for ultrathin electronics

– 3D graphene or few-layer graphene

– V2O5–graphene paper

Graphene oxide as solid electrolyte and separator

– Graphene oxide nanosheets

– rGO–GO–rGO microsupercapacitors

– rGO–GO–rGO supercapacitors

Supercapacitors with the energy density of batteries

– Liquid-mediated graphene film

– Holey graphene frameworks

– 3D MnO2–graphene hybrid film

Permselective membranes for safe batteries

– Permselective GO Membrane

Longer lasting energy-storage devices

– Photothermally reduced graphene

– Solvated graphene framework

Binder and additive-free electrodes

– Laser-scribed 3D graphene

– Holey graphene frameworks

– Liquid-mediated graphene film

How a 2-D material got its shape

Physicists develop fast and sensitive room-temperature graphene bolometer