News Releases

Information on Nano One’s latest developments, testing, partnerships and more.

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  • Nano One Files New Process Patent Improves Cost, Throughput and Performance

    Vancouver B.C. January 25, 2017: Dr. Stephen Campbell, Principal Scientist at Nano One Materials, today announced an innovation that significantly increases throughput and further decreases the cost of Nano One’s process for the fabrication of lithium ion battery materials. This is new Intellectual Property that also improves the performance of resulting materials and it has […]

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  • 2016 CEO Letter

    Dear Shareholders/Subscribers, We would like thank you for your continued support and interest in Nano One. 2016 was a tremendous year and it’s worth taking a few minutes to look back. On the financial front, we brought in $4.2M in non-dilutive support and credibility from various Canadian government programs (SDTC, IRAP and most recently ASIP). We […]

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  • Nano One Awarded $1.9M In Additional Support From Canadian Government

    Vancouver, B.C. December 5, 2016: Nano One Materials Corp. announced today that it has been awarded up to $1.9 million from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED). The investment is being made available through Automotive Supplier’s Innovation Program (ASIP) and will support the development of battery material production technology in Nano One’s Pilot Plant. Nano […]

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  • Nano One CEO Visits China and Japan on Business Development Mission

    Vancouver, BC, November 07, 2016: Nano One Materials Corp. announced today that CEO Dan Blondal is visiting key market stakeholders in China and Japan with Strategic Advisor Joe Lowry and as a guest of the Canada China Innovation Network (CCIN), BC-Jiangsu Business Council (BJBC) and China’s Ministry of Commerce, Investment Bureaus and Hi-Tech Industrial Parks. […]

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  • Nano One Begins Trading on the OTC Markets as NNOMF

    Vancouver, B.C. October 13, 2016: Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials Corp., confirms that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority of the United States has cleared Nano One’s Form 211 application for a quotation on OTC Link. As such, the common shares of Nano One now trade under the new U.S. symbol “NNOMF”. This quotation […]

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  • Nano One Progress Update on PiIot, Team and Patents

    Vancouver, BC: Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials Corp., today provided an update on the progress of its lithium battery materials pilot plant. “Nano One’s pilot plant is key to our business plan and strategic objectives,” said Mr. Blondal “and we are pleased to report that construction is proceeding on schedule and under budget. […]

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  • Better batteries a tough slog: Nano One CEO sees way forward

    Dan Blondal, CEO with Nano One Materials, says that his company has received a lot of attention for the innovative way that it makes cathode, a black material used to make lithium batteries. He joins BNN to explain how his technology works and how it could impact the lithium market. video link:  BNN_Commodities_Show_Sep21

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  • Vancouver’s Nano One benefits from Tesla’s lithium battery demand

    The meteoric rise of electric-car manufacturer Tesla has increased the demand for lithium batteries and the components that go into them, and a Vancouver materials technology company hopes to grab a share of the business. To view the full article please follow the link to the Vancouver Sun.  

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  • Nano One Receives $500,000 Installment for Phase 1 of Lithium Battery Materials Pilot Plant

    Vancouver, B.C. August 3, 2016: Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials Corp., confirms that Nano One has successfully executed its Contribution Agreement with Sustainable Development Technology Canada (“SDTC”) for a $2.08 million technology commercialization grant and has received an initial installment of $488,944 for the first phase of its lithium battery materials pilot plant […]

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  • Nano One Receives Additional Support from Government of Canada

    Files Additional Patent Application Vancouver, B.C. June 30, 2016: Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials Corp., announced today that Nano One will receive support from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). NRC-IRAP will support Nano One’s project to develop High Voltage Cobalt Free Cathode Materials and will contribute up […]

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