• Nanomaterials Produce Better Batteries at Half the Cost

    By Tom Lombardo – Engineering.com Helped by a $4M grant from the Canadian federal government, Vancouver upstart Nano One has developed and patented a process that decreases the cost and improves the performance of Li-ion batteries. If the technique proves itself feasible on a large scale, we could see electric vehicles with more range and energy storage systems […]

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  • BNN: Vancouver’s Nano One moves ahead with pilot project

    You may recall that the last time we heard from Nano One Materials, they were in the midst of building a pilot project to test out the scalability of the team’s cathode material. CEO Dan Blondal joins Commodities today to give us an idea about the progress the company has made and what is next […]

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  • Nano One Completes Construction of its Pilot Plant

    Vancouver, B.C. May 8, 2017: Dan Blondal, CEO of Nano One Materials, today announced that the construction of its pilot plant is now complete, commissioning of equipment began in April and demonstration of its patented technology is underway. Mr. Blondal also confirmed that Nano One has begun receiving contribution payments for its pilot project from […]

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