Nanotech Energy Stock

nanotechenergy.comIndustrial / MaterialsFounded: 2014Funding to Date: $257.93MM

Nanotech Energy is a developer of graphene products with applications in batteries, transparent conducting electrodes, conductive inks, printed electronics, conductive epoxy, antistatic coatings and EMI (electromagnetic interference) shielding. The company was founded by Jack Kavanaugh, Maher El-Kady, and Richard Kaner in 2014 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Maher El-Kady Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Edie Gray
Controller
Scott Jacobson
Director of Business Development
Troy Zerbe
Chief Procurement Officer
Curtis Collar
Chief Sales & Marketing Officer
Jack Kavanaugh MD
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President & Chairman

Board Members

Mahi De Silva
Board Member
Robert Snukal
Board Member
Richard Kaner Ph.D
Board Member

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News Highlights

LA-based Nanotech Energy Raises $64 Million to Make Battery Charging Faster and Cheaper
Los Angeles-based Nanotech Energy has raised $64 million in a Series D funding round to expand its graphene battery operation. The funds will be used to establish a European headquarters in Amsterdam, build a graphene battery manufacturing plant in Reno, Nevada, and improve its plant in Chico, California. The company's total funding now stands at $94.9 million, valuing it at $550 million.
Nanotech to set up battery production the UK
US battery manufacturer Nanotech Energy plans to build a £1bn gigafactory in the UK to produce its non-combustible graphene-based lithium-ion batteries. The UK factory will be the second production facility for Nanotech Energy, complementing its plant in Nevada, US. The company's batteries, which are targeted at the electric vehicle market, can operate between -40 °C and +60 °C and use graphene-based electrodes enriched with a non-flammable electrolyte.
Updated on: Apr 15, 2024

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