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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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