Partnerships around the supply chain and planet
We believe that reaching global net-zero targets necessitates innovation and collaboration. That’s why we’ve partnered up with industry leaders across the entire lithium-ion battery supply chain.
In December 2018, Nano One entered a Joint Development Agreement with Saint-Gobain to enhance high temperature processing in order to increase the performance of both company’s materials.
In May 2019, Volkswagen Group Research joined Nano One’s consortium as a project contributor.
In May 2019, Nano One announced approved funding from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC).
In June 2022, Rio Tinto invested $10M USD in Nano One, making them a 4.9% owner. Their experience in the millions of tons of material production will help to accelerate Nano One’s production process.
Sumitomo Metal Mining
In September 2023, Nano One Announced a Collaboration Agreement with Sumitomo Metal Mining and a C$16.9 Million Strategic Investment.
In May 2022, Nano One and BASF enter into a Joint Development Agreement for Lithium-ion Battery Materials.
In December 2022, Nano One and Umicore entered into a Joint Development Agreement for Battery Materials Process Technology.
Our Next Energy (ONE)
In June 2023, Our Next Energy (ONE) and Nano One signed a Joint Development Agreement (JDA) to strengthen the North American supply chain for LFP batteries.
In May 2021, Nano One entered into a co-development agreement with CBMM. Under this agreement, we have co-developed single crystal niobium coated battery cathode materials.
Euro Manganese Inc.
In October 2021, Nano One entered into a co-development agreement with Euro Manganese. Together, we’re developing economically viable and environmentally sustainable applications of high-purity manganese, expected to be produced by Euro Manganese.
ISED – SIF
In December 2016, Nano One was awarded up to $1.9 million from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED).
NRC – IRAP
In June 2016, Nano One received funding from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).
SFU 4D Labs
In March 2017, Nano One announced a collaboration with Simon Fraser University’s 4D Labs – a materials research institute – with a focus on guiding the developments of new materials for lithium ion batteries.
Simon Fraser University
In March 2017, Nano One announced a collaboration with Simon Fraser University to advance the understanding of the physical and chemical characteristics of lithium ion batteries as they charge and discharge.