We have developed a silicon-graphene composite as a new anodic materials for Li-ion batteries in collaboration with VARTA Microiinovation and IIT and with the support of the Graphene Flagship project.
The newly developed graphene-enabled batteries withstand over 300 cycles and have capacities that are 30% higher than any currently available alternative. BeDimensional is now working to realize an automotive battery module based on this material technology.
We have developed graphene-based electrically conductive adhesives able to solve major technical problems in the field of photovoltaic and other energy-related applications. The technology provides metal-free and low-temperature (< 100 °C, including room temperature) processable adhesives displaying the mechanical properties commonly exhibited by commercial (Ag-based) electrically conductive adhesives and showing high electrical conductivity (> 1000 S m-1), or low electrical resistivity (< 0. 1 Ω cm-1) to avoid resistive energy losses. This solution was developed in collaboration with ENEL GP and IIT.