Last year, G3 principals told the Dayton Daily News that it is in talks with a “major Ohio automaker” as well as a European luxury automaker about supplying its graphene material for electric vehicle batteries.
Graphene will help electric vehicle and smartphone batteries last longer and charge faster while dissipating heat safely and completely, G3’s leaders claim.
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REACH is an EU regulatory regimen.
“This REACH certification is vital as we ramp up production of our single-layer graphene oxide worldwide,” Adam Quirk, G3 vice president of business development, said in the company’s statement. “Our team has worked towards this REACH certification for the past six months, and we’re working to have additional products certified in the coming months.”
G3 and its subsidiaries are focused on high volume production of graphene raw materials and other advanced materials.
“We have the technology, we have the IP (intellectual property) and we have the market,” G3 founder Bor Jang told the Dayton Daily News last year.