Graphite – Northern Graphite Corp. (TSXV:NGC,OTCQX:NGPHF) announced that it has partnered with Coulometrics LLC to manage the development of its proprietary technologies for manufacturing spherical graphite and bettering the performance of lithium-ion batteries. To start off, the companies will work on developing nanomaterial-based surface coatings for spherical graphite.
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Lithium – Northern Graphite (TSXV:NGC) has teamed up with Coulometrics LLC to manage the development of its proprietary technologies for manufacturing spherical graphite (SPG) and improving the performance of lithium ion batteries. The company's main focus will be the development of nano-material based surface coatings for the SPG, which is manufactured from flake graphite concentrate.
Lithium – Forbes reported that electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla Motors, is weighing the possibility of building the world's largest lithium-ion battery factory.
Lithium – Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI), an auto parts manufacturer, announced Thursday it will launch its 48-volt Lithium-ion Micro Hybrid battery at an auto show in Germany, Automotive Business Review reported.
Lithium – Nanowerk News reported that researchers at North Carolina State University have managed to reate a new flexible nano-scaffold for rechargeable lithium ion batteries. Through this new technology, batteries found in cellphones or electric vehicles could potentially have a longer charge life.
Graphite – New uses for "wonder material" graphene are popping up left, right and center, most recently in the lithium-ion battery market. But is now the time for investors to get involved?
Lithium – Bloomberg reported that United Continental Holdings Inc expects to resume flights for its 787 Dreamliner fleet earlier as it prepares a May 31 flight between Houston and Denver.
Lithium – Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co has sent its engineers to Japan to prepare for the 787 battery upgrades, as they await the U.S. FAA approval of its proposed fix.
Lithium – Bloomberg reported that the Japanese manufacturer of the lithium ion batteries that grounded all Boeing Dreamliner planes, GS Yuasa Corp, has suffered a 17% fall in Tokyo trading as Mitsubishi Motors Corp cars reported more lithium-ion problems.
Lithium – Bloomberg reported that Orocobre Ltd’s Chairman, James D. Calaway said that electric vehicles no longer dictate lithium production as demand for lithium ion batteries used for electronic products have increased considerably.