Test Report: Application of Renewable PlasCarbon in Batteries
PlasCarb researchers from the teams at Abalonyx, Norway, and CNRS, France, published a report on their study from July 2016. Together with colleagues from Graphene Batteries, a norwegian SME, they tried to answer the question whether and how Renewable PlasCarbon (RPC) can be efficiently applied in market-available batteries and whether it can compete against carbon black being conventionally used for this purpose.
RPC is a graphitic nanocarbon powder, characteristically placed between graphene and carbon black, and is the resulting product of the PlasCarb technology. The technology incorporates a number of value chain components for the innovative up-cycling of food waste to high value materials such as the RPC.
Please follow this link to download the test report and find out more about the methodologies, procedures and final conclusions of this cooperative work.