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PR Newswire | September 01, 2023

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The Defense Information Systems Agency | March 25, 2020

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Accrete | November 18, 2022

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NanoGraf | December 01, 2022

NanoGraf, an advanced battery material company and enabler of the world’s most energy dense 18650 lithium-ion cell, today announced a contract award from the U.S. Government. The contract will fund the onshore manufacturing of high-performance silicon anode materials as the first large-volume silicon oxide manufacturing facility in the U.S. At peak production, NanoGraf will produce 35 T/Y, enough material to provide enhanced power for various battery applications. The U.S. f...

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PR Newswire | September 01, 2023

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The Defense Information Systems Agency | March 25, 2020

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Accrete | November 18, 2022

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