NAWA Technologies' vision is to develop technologies that enable highly efficient energy transition. The key to this is its Ultra Fast Carbon Battery Technology.
NAWA Technologies is developing new solutions that improve energy conversion, storage, transport, and efficiency by using carbon as the material of choice. Carbon is abundant, accessible, and naturally occurring. Minimizing the environmental impact of its manufacturing processes and improving the life cycle of its products by re-using, recovering, and recycling is at the heart of what it does.
Created in April 2013, NAWA Technologies benefits from over 15 years of R&D work on nanomaterials. Today, NAWA Technologies, strengthened by its 24 employees, has its own pilot production line and creates new interface materials and an innovative generation of ultracapacitors and batteries electrodes.
Ultra-Fast Carbon Electrodes for Revolutionary EV Battery Performance
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