GS works jointly with the University of Warwick on development of new high-performance anode coatings based on graphite composite produced by GS.
One of the areas of research and development is a new and promising graphene anode composite, i.e. a mixture of GS graphene and secondary graphite from recycled lithium batteries.
GS Anode Graphite outperformed Synthetic Anode Graphite at higher C-rates.
The high C-rate battery is divided into a discharge rate and a charge rate, 1C means that the battery is fully charged, and discharged within one hour, 2C is 30 minutes, and so on 10C is 6mins.
GS's new anodic graphite production technology makes it possible to drastically reduce the value of carbon dioxide emissions (LCA).
The LCA value of GS technology is 14 times less than the LCA value in the production of cSPG and Synthetic Graphite.