Recent research and industry news on graphene supercapacitors

Supercapacitors are gaining in popularity, as these devices can store and release energy very quickly, and are useful in many applications -including energy generation, grid power support, automotive, consumer devices and more.

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Graphene has the potential to increase the performance of supercapacitors, and the material is already used in many commercial products by several companies.

Metalgrass offers a discounted yearly market reports package

Metalgrass (Graphene-Info) is now offering a new subscription service for enterprises that want access to our complete collection of market reports.

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For $3,500 per year, you will get an Enterprise License to all of our market reports. Metalgrass currently offers 12 market reports, plus 4 handbook guides, and all of these are included in the subscription (bought separately, these will cost over $10,000!). You will also have access to all new reports, updates and guides released in the future (during the yearly subscription period).

Our Enterprise License gives access to your entire organization: you can share the report with all the company employees via mail, shared server or any other digital way.

Graphene-Info overhauls its Graphene Supercapacitors Market Report

A few days ago, we published our quarterly update for our Graphene Supercapacitors Market Report. The update this time was comprehensive, as we overhauled the report.

The supercapacitors market is heating up (this is also true for other energy storage devices), as the world increases its investments in renewable energy and electric vehicles and transportation and supercapacitors play an ever more important role.

An update on Skeleton Technologies' graphene-based supercapacitors

Germany-based Skeleton Technologies has been on the forefront of graphene-based supercapacitors development for many years, and the company recently made some major announcements, including a large (>€70 million) financing round, the super-battery project and several strategic customers and projects - including ones with Medcom, Skoda, CAF, Wrightbus and Marubeni.

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We recently talked with Skeleton's VP of automotive products, Sebastian Pohlmann, who updated us on the company's business and technology.

Graphene Biosensor Evolution: From devices on silicon to lower cost, more flexible biodegradable plastic

This is a guest-post by Jeffrey Draa, CEO at Grolltex - producing graphene biosensors on silicon chips today shows low yields, high cost and restrictive packaging options, limiting scalability and market penetration. But optimization may be here.

Monolayer, electronics grade graphene is propelling advanced biosensing in many key areas. Google the search term, ‘graphene biosensor’, and one will see thousands of next-generation, life enhancing applications being refined in research labs worldwide. This one atom thick material is creating biosensing and detection performance in speed and sensitivity not possible before. Areas such as cancer and virus detection, new drug discovery, genomics, allergens, glucose and many more are starting to see unimagined advances. By far, the number 1 use case for monolayer graphene films today is atomic level biosensing.