Australian battery technology innovator Nano-Nouvelle, recent winner of a Federal commercialisation grant, has proved that its pioneering processes are ready for plug-and-play production. The Sunshine Coast-based company designs innovative nanotechnology materials that can boost the energy storage capacity of lithium ion batteries by as much as 50 per cent. Lithium ion batteries power devices such…
A successful production trial by Australian battery technology innovator Nano-Nouvelle has proved its pioneering nanotechnology supports industrial-scale manufacture, with output rates 100 times faster. The Sunshine Coast-based company is developing world-leading nanotechnology that can boost the energy storage capacity of lithium ion batteries by as much as 50 per cent. Lithium ion batteries are used…
Stephanie Moroz talks to create Magazine’s Chris Sheedy about how Nano-Nouvelle is charged for success with our innovative materials for lithium ion batteries. Read the full story here. This article originally appeared in create magazine published by Engineers Australia.
News release: July 18, 2016 Australian battery technology innovator Nano-Nouvelle has established agreements with specialist US manufacturers to show how its innovative 3D nanotechnology can improve their battery performance. The companies, which produce high performance batteries used in specialised industries such as aerospace, have agreed to test how Nano-Nouvelle’s Nanode nanomaterials work with their…
Australian battery technology pioneer Nano-Nouvelle has joined leading industry innovators such as Atlassian, Xero and Canva as one of the top 50 technology firms in Australia and New Zealand.
The inaugural Tech Pioneers 50 Report, prepared by venture capital firm H2 Ventures and specialist asset manager Investec, lists the top 50 tech companies based on criteria that include capital raised, marketplace traction and innovation.
Nano-Nouvelle will collaborate with the University of Wollongong and other Australian and international partners, to develop sodium ion batteries for renewable energy storage, in a $10.6 million project including $2.7 million funding from ARENA.
The Tin Nanode™ has been identified as being an excellent candidate for the anode technology being developed in the ARENA project and Nano-Nouvelle is proud to offer support through an in-kind contribution of expertise and electrode samples for prototyping and validation.
Nano-Nouvelle has been named as one of the Top 30 Finalists in the Global Cleantech Cluster Association’s (GCCA) 2015 Later Stage Awards. The finalists consist of mid- to late-stage companies from the major cleantech industries, including solar, wind and clean web to lighting, energy efficiency, waste management, mobility, urban agriculture and water.
Nano-Nouvelle, a materials technology company, today announced that it has closed a $3.7 million Series C Financing to support continued development and commercialisation of its novel battery electrode materials. The investment was led by existing investor Terra Rossa Capital with substantial participation by the sophisticated private investors Simon Hackett and Bradley Maguire together with nine other new and existing investors.