Grafoid and Hydro-Quebec join the graphene battery fray

Canadian graphene startup Grafoid has announced a joint partnership with IREQ, the research and development arm of Hydro-Quebec, focusing on new materials for lithium-ion batteries. The three-year agreement will seek to pair graphene from Grafoid (see the June 4, 2012 LRMJ) with Hydro-Quebec's lithi...

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