(Boston, MA – October 8, 2019) - Nanoramic® Laboratories, a leader in advanced materials and energy storage technology, began their "Neocarbonix™ World Tour". The Neocarbonix™ team will travel to international conferences and exhibitions to educate the Lithium-ion battery market about their revolutionary electrode technology. The tour includes stops in Europe, Asia, and the United States.
Nanoramic® has innovated Neocarbonix™ technology to create electrodes with an advanced 3-D nanoscopic carbon binding structure. The resulting product provides reduced cost and greater power, energy density, and cycle life performance compared to traditional battery designs. It also enhances stability and provides better lifetime in extreme environments. This technology will impact such industries as electric vehicles, consumer electronics, power tools, and aerospace and defense.
The tour kicked off at The Battery Show in Novi, MI where the team presented on Neocarbonix™ and met with members of the electric vehicle battery market. The tour will include appearances at other conferences such as IDTechEx Show in Santa Clara, CA and the Advanced Automotive Battery Conference in Tokyo, Japan.
"Nanoramic's Neocarbonix™ electrode technology addresses the most critical challenges facing energy storage for the electrical vehicle market," said Eric Kish, Nanoramic's® Chief Executive Officer. "In simple terms, Neocarbonix gives battery makers more bang for their buck. Neocarbonix™ works with traditional battery manufacturing processes but eliminates the most costly manufacturing steps while increasing the energy density of the resulting battery. To the end user, this means more affordable electric vehicles with increased range."
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Nanoramic® is the exclusive designer, manufacturer, and licenser of the Neocarbonix™ electrodes for rechargeable Li-ion batteries, Li-ion capacitors, and supercapacitors. Established 2009 in Boston, MA, Nanoramic® was founded by MIT graduates and experts in the use of nanocarbons in energy storage devices. Our culture of transparency, empowerment, disciplined thinking, and experimentation is what drives us to build world-class technology.