The Clean-Tech Stock Disrupting Rechargeable Batteries | Graphene Manufacturing Group (GMG)
Graphene Manufacturing Group Ltd (CVE:GMG) is a clean-tech company that could significantly disrupt the rechargeable battery space.
This isn’t another lithium-ion battery story that once revolutionized batteries. GMG’s technology doesn’t require the typically mined metals such as cobalt, copper, nickel, or lithium to produce its products. Its Aluminum-ion battery only needs natural gas and one of the world’s most recycled products: aluminum.
GMG creates graphene and hydrogen from cracking methane (natural gas) instead of mining graphite. This allows the company to produce high-quality, low-cost, scalable, tuneable and no/low-contaminant graphene products with a wide array of applications.
GMG’s primary focus has been paints, coolants and lubricant applications which have demonstrated improved heat transfer. The result is less energy needed, thus reducing cost and emissions.
But, the big news is the company’s move into the manufacturing of commercial batteries for watches, phones, laptops, electric vehicles and grid storage. Its battery technology can charge your phone in minutes which could then last for up to 3 days. That’s 70x faster charging times with a life 3x greater than lithium-ion.
“We are the only company thats cracking methane into graphene and hydrogen that produces a high-quality product, at low cost, which is scalable.” – Craig Nicol, Founder & CEO
Watch the full interview to find out all about this proprietary technology, its timeline for scalable manufacturing, and its new TSX-V public listing.
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