The modular supercapacitor plant in Badajoz will be the first of its kind in Spain and will have an initial production capacity of 700,000 units per year. This plant will be one of the company’s flagship projects.
The supercapacitor plant is part of the “Integral Energy Storage Project in Extremadura”, which, together with Lithium Iberia, aims to contribute to the country's energy transition and become the spearhead of Extremadura's booming economy.
The nanomaterials developed in our power laboratories improve the conductivity of the end devices. On the one hand, they increase the bond between the particles of the active material, and, on the other hand, they improve the adhesion with the current collector, increasing the conductivity. This allows the development of devices with higher power (increased charge and discharge capacity).
Moreover, nanomaterials favour the deployment of more environmentally friendly technologies, free of organic solvents. This will allow for a revolution towards sustainability and the development of greener energies.
Primarily targeted at the stationary storage market, our supercapacitors support other energy storage systems with high power requirements and contribute to the deployment of renewable energy and the electrification of society.
The nature of the supercapacitors developed by Nanomate makes them particularly suitable as part of FACTS (Flexible AC Transmission Systems), DPC (Data Processing Centres) and UPS (Uninterruptible Storage Systems) technologies.
In addition, its versatility allows it to be used as a complementary technology in a wide range of markets, including mobility, the power grid and renewable energy support, particularly for solar panels, wind turbines and hydroelectric plants.
We are committed to innovation and sustainability, and driven by a passion for creating advanced and responsible technology to make the world a better place. This is why one of our projects is to build an R&D centre that will support the research and development of energy storage devices and promote a network of universities and research centres in the Extremadura region (Spain).
Our R&D centre will be dedicated to the research and development of state-of-the-art energy storage devices and to the production of LiFePO4 from LiOH. We believe our nanomaterials are a safe and sustainable option for the energy of the future, and with our team of nanotechnology experts, we will be at the forefront of clean and efficient energy research.
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The Cañaveral cathode factory will be responsible for the process of converting lithium into LiFePO4, an active material essential for the production of batteries for markets as diverse as electric mobility and renewable energy.
The strategic agreement with Lithium Iberia guarantees a long-term supply of raw material from one of the largest lithium mines in Europe, located in Las Navas, Badajoz, Spain. Our nanomaterials, combined with the resulting LiFePO4, significantly improve the performance of the end devices: batteries with higher energy storage capacity.
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PERTE. Future: Fast Forward
The Future, Fast Forward (F3), led by SEAT and Volkswagen with the contribution of Nanomate, aims to develop the electric and connected car in Spain through one of the PERTEs (Strategic Projects for Economic Recovery and Transformation) funded by the EU's Next Generation Funds.