EnerG2’s advanced carbon materials for energy storage applications are rooted in a deep expertise in polymer chemistry and made relevant by state-of-the-art manufacturing capabilities.
EnerG2 has engineered its advanced carbon materials to dramatically improve the charge acceptance and device life of lead acid batteries in partial-state-of charge duty cycles
EnerG2 has tuned the pore size distribution of ultrapure carbons for optimized use in ultracapacitor electrodes to allow full charge and discharge in seconds with device life cycles of a million or more cyclesLearn More ›
EnerG2’s advancements in anode materials have leveraged the benefits of silicon and hard carbons while mitigating the well-known shortcomings of such materials in electrodes
EnerG2 has leveraged its polymer chemistry technologies to develop new materials for adsorbed natural gas (ANG) and low-pressure compressed natural gas (CNG) systems
EnerG2’s Carbon Technology Platform (CTP) – based upon a polymer chemistry foundation – represents an ability to engineer and synthesize high-performance, uniquely tailored high-purity carbons, at large scale and low cost. The CTP has demonstrated the unique ability to customize the properties of carbons to address the widely varying needs of different energy storage solutions.
EnerG2 has deployed advanced polymer chemistry manufacturing to produce advanced materials for a wide variety of energy storage applications. The performance of our engineered materials in energy storage devices has potential to dramatically change the way the world generates, uses and conserves energy. Our carbon products are available for purchase and use in energy storage devices today.
Current manufacturing capacities allow EnerG2 to serve all targeted energy storage applications; capacity can be rapidly expanded as needed within the existing factory footprint. The inherent scale advantages of our manufacturing processes enable EnerG2 to produce best-in-class ultrapure carbons, uniquely tailored, at costs that are competitive with traditional electrochemical carbons.
Energy storage materials pioneer and the world’s leading chemical company enter into multifaceted collaboration to extend global presence for advanced carbon materials for energy storage.more ›
EnerG2 discusses its breakthrough incorporation of silicon into its hard carbon. Competitors are still working in the lab, while EnerG2 is able to work rapidly at large scale.more ›
EnerG2's use of polymer chemistry to develop lower cost, high-performance ANG materials presents a compelling case to bring high performance ANG tanks to market.more ›