GAC invested in the establishment of graphene company.

On July 28th, at GAC Technology Day, GAC Group General Manager Feng Xingya revealed that in order to better promote the commercial application of graphene technology, GAC Group plans to jointly set up a GAC graphene high-tech industrialization company, which will be owned by GAC Investment and Employees.
“Through innovative institutional mechanisms and management models, we can not only put wings on science and technology, lay the track for advanced technology to fly higher and run faster, but also help young science and technology talents to achieve entrepreneurial dreams and realize more colorful values in life,” he said. “
It is understood that GAC graphene research and development team was established in 2014, GAC has 3DG graphene preparation technology with independent intellectual property rights, and has formed a preliminary process package and engineering capabilities, in the downstream applications have made a breakthrough.
Graphene materials are mainly used in fast-charge lithium-ion batteries, super-capacitors, lithium sulfur batteries and lightweight body materials. GAC 3DG preparation method is simple, stable and efficient, the resulting three-dimensional multi-stage hole structure graphene can effectively overcome cost defects, production and preparation costs up to 1/10 of the conventional preparation method.
At the same time, based on graphene’s excellent conductivity and special 3D structure, GAC has developed a super fast charging battery, which can be fully charged in 8 minutes with 80% of the charge, can be charged for 10 minutes, the battery life of 200-300 km. At present, GAC has been from the core, module, equipped with the vehicle at multiple levels of preliminary verification of graphene technology.
At present, GAC has been from the core, module, equipped with the vehicle at multiple levels of preliminary verification of graphene technology. It is foreseeable that a new era of electric vehicles will come after the completion of mass production tests.