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Corporate updates from NEO Battery Materials

by CM Staff   

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VANCOUVER — NEO Battery Materials Ltd. has announced numerous updates regarding it’s in-house coin full cell producing capability, ongoing evaluations and upgrades to battery cell manufacturers, CNT-based silicon anode material product development, and a collaborative agreement with the Yonsei University-Industry Foundation.

R&D Scale-Up Centre

NEO Battery Materials says it will retain the capability to produce its own coin full cells within the NBM Korea R&D Scale-Up Centre. NBM Korea has been procuring equipment and materials to establish in-house production capability for the past two months. The company anticipates it will be able to independently produce coin full cells without the need for external manufacturing facilities.

NBMSiDE™ sample evaluation & product optimization with battery cell manufacturers

NEO says it has continued to undertake NBMSiDE™ sample evaluation and product optimization with global battery cell manufacturers under NDAs. Since the process requires different nanocoating materials, performance requirements and silicon loadings, the company is fine tuning the silicon anode products with specifications requested from each cell manufacturer.

Silicon-CNT anode development with Applied Carbon Nanotechnology Ltd.

The company is currently conducting trials to manufacture carbon nanotube-composite NBMSiDE™ silicon anodes based on its pending patent. Back in June of 2022 NEO signed a collaboration agreement with applied carbon nanotechnology to advance carbon nanotube technologies on silicon particles to improve anode performance and durability.


NBM Korea signs collaborative agreement with Yonsei University-Industry Foundation

NBM Korea has entered into a collaborative agreement with the Yonsei University-Industry Foundation. Based on the agreement, NBM Korea will have greater access to the University’s facilities and equipment to analyze and optimize the patented NBMSiDE™ silicon anode materials.


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