Earlier this year, First Graphene’s research team successfully demonstrated that the novel cavitation technology could efficiently produce graphite materials in a single step process. “Green” hydrogen is the only by-product with no carbon dioxide produced in the process. This work was largely funded by the United Kingdom Government’s Sustainable Innovation Fund, managed by Innovate UK.
GtM has several customers exploring the benefits of using PureGRAPH® products, one of these is about to introduce new Graphene enhanced products to its market including dangerous goods storage sheds, products for landscaping and agricultural use.
The companies intend to combine AMD’s expertise in the design and development of functional nanomaterials and hierarchical assembly of material systems with First Graphene’s capabilities in the development, manufacture and supply of PureGRAPH® materials. Both companies intend to progress the arrangement to a Master Supply Agreement (MSA) and licencing within the coming months.
PureGRAPH® MB-LDPE is a graphene-loaded low-density polyethylene (LDPE) masterbatch. It is provided in chip (pelletised) form and utilises First Graphene’s few-layer, high-performing PureGRAPH® additives.
First Graphene Limited (ASX:FGR; “First Graphene” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce the publication of a scientific paper written by researchers at the University of Adelaide, which describes a “green” process to improve the compatibility of First Graphene’s PureGRAPH® materials in a range of systems.
A specialist in its namesake material, First Graphene is one of the very few companies fostering its commercial applicability. Only one atom thick, graphene is incredibly small (essentially two dimensional) yet is 200 times stronger than steel. Thus, whoever can harness the full potential of this "wonder" material stands poised to deliver groundbreaking solutions for years if not decades to come.
Still, economic pain lingers, which is the core reason why the Biden administration rolled out the American Jobs Plan. According to the proposal’s language, this investment in America “will create millions of good jobs, rebuild our country’s infrastructure, and position the United States to out-compete China.” Naturally, major concrete players, such as Vulcan Materials Company(NYSE:VMC) and US Concrete (NASDAQ:USCR), have responded well.
A fuel cell needs platinum for the catalyst that separates hydrogen into protons and electrons, which then generate the electrical current, making it an alternative to battery-powered vehicles. Hydrogen fuel cells are expected to be an important part of reducing global carbon emissions, though they remain expensive.
Raiden Resources Limited (ASX: RDN) (“Raiden” or “the Company”) is pleased to advise that highly experienced Director & geologist, Mr Dale Ginn has joined the board of Raiden as a Non-Executive Director, following completion of the acquisition.