X-BATT®creates next generation batteries

X-BATT® is getting closer than ever to producing more powerful batteries by reusing waste graphite that usually ends up in landfills.

X-BATT® is using the company’s patented, high-performance polymertechnology along with recycled graphite from spent lithium-ion batteriesto engineer a composite anode that outperforms traditional materials.

The recycled graphite is highly contaminated and cannot currently be reused in batteries – until now.

Graphite isn’t an unlimited resource and the U.S. imports all its battery grade graphite from foreign countries. X-BATT®’s team is combating this challenge by discovering innovative ways to reuse waste graphite and create new batteries that are just as powerful, if not more so, as their traditional counterparts – something many people thought would never be possible,” said Bill Easter, founder of X-BATT®.

The innovative company is ready to begin sharing some of its
discoveries with the world. March 28 to 31, X-BATT® will be presenting
their revolutionary battery results at the 39th annual International
Battery Seminar & Exhibit at Loews Royal Pacific Resort in Orlando.

The benefits of this new material don’t stop at its increased performance, this technology could also lead to a domestic source for
anode material, helping the United States reduce reliance on foreign
countries for the critical materials necessary to support the increased
demand for electrification.

Demand for lithium-ion batteries continues to grow, with no signs of it
slowing down. Each year, demand is expected to grow by 25 percent
resulting in 14x growth by 2030. X-BATT® revolutionary discovery can
help meet this demand in an eco-friendlier way.

To help further its research, the Department of Energy’s National
Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) awarded Semplastics, X-BATT’s
parent company a $1 Million contract to produce polymer derived ceramic composite anodes using coal as a carbon source for lithium-ion
batteries. The company has discovered that adding a carbon source, such as coal, to the PDC material offers stability and normalizes charge /discharge behavior, improving cycling life and decreasing nominal

The energy race is in full swing and we’re proud to be running
full speed toward an eco-friendly, long-term solution to power our
world,” said Easter.

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