Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology has confirmed the viability of the MaxAh project. The results and conclusions of the laboratory tests were presented at the twenty-second international conference of ABAF: "Advanced Batteries, Accumulators and Fuel Cells", which took place in Brno, Czech Republic.
Our approach has demonstrated tremendous improvements in key energy efficiency indicators of lithium power sources. At the same time, the Ukrainian manufacturer of electric bikes Delfast, with which a memorandum of cooperation was signed, became interested in the MaxAh project.
Dr. Elena Shembel, Professor of USUCT: “The graphene obtained by scientists is the first two-dimensional material - an allotropic modification of carbon with a thickness of one atom. Unique atomic structure, amazing and unlimited possibilities! We have the opportunity to synthesize it in Ukraine and, subsequently, to spread our developments around the world. For many years, our scientists have been following everything that is happening around graphene, and right now we feel that the MaxAh project is on the verge of a decisive moment, when the promises related to this material begin to be realized in real life."
According to a report by the leading analytical agency Allied Market Research, the global size of the market for li-ion batteries using graphene by 2027 will reach $ 95.6 billion. Economic forecasts and audience interest in the project are the main incentives for the MaxAh startup to attract additional investment in order to promote commercialization and scale its own developments.
Serhii Dubinevych, MaxAh CEO: “In the last decade, Li-ion batteries have become widespread in various fields and areas of our lives. From mobile devices and electric vehicles, to energy storage and storage systems for the energy sector and the renewable energy sector. Unfortunately, today they are not able to solve problems and meet the needs of either large industries or the end consumer - us and you. Our technology is a solution in the field of energy storage, distribution and storage for all, without exception, industries of the world industry.”
The results and findings of the MaxAh project will be published in late November 2021 in the international scientific and theoretical publication "ECS Transaction (Journal of the Electrochemical Society)" in an article entitled "Graphene's Correlation of Electrical and Magnetic Properties Manages the Modification and Increasing the Energy of Li Battery”.