The Sixth Element aims to commercialize graphene-containing anti-corrosion coatings for offshore wind farms

On the same day (November 12​, 2014) Chinese graphene nanoplatelet (GNP) developer The Sixth Element (see the July 16, 2013 LRCHJ) was listed on China's OTC​ stock market (see the October 27, 2014 LRCHJ), it signed an agreement with Jiangsu Haili Wind Power Equipment Technology and Jiangsu Daoshe...

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