Graphene ESD is applying its extensive expertise in carbon materials in development of advanced energy storage. Improvement of a supercapacitor performance comes from greater surface area of the electrode and reduced resistance to flow of electrical charges. One can say that graphene material is all surface, therefore it can potentially store very large electrical charge.
In order to realize this advantage of graphene, we are developing proprietary electrode compositions that deliver ultra-high surface area at low cost. Low electric resistivity of the device is essential to attain a high charge and discharge currents without a danger of overheating. Our team of materials scientist is designing electrode-electrolyte pairs that minimize parasitic barriers to the electric charge flow.