Tony Longhurst, chief operating officer at HyCarb, said the firm has been working toward completing their first five product prototypes – light-weight, less toxic, long-lasting, environmentally-friendly and safer batteries with no thermal runaway, created with HyCarb’s patented graphene and carbon nanotube technologies.
2017 Cade Prize Sweet 16 Finalists
A new technology to desalinate brackish and saline water
Blue Wave (Gainesville)
Rapid deodorization and disinfection device
Cellvana Biotechnology (Tampa)
Tools to speed up rare cancer and stem cell therapy discovery
Digitizes unclaimed property databases to simplify finding assets
Current Kinetics (Gainesville)
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Nanotechnologies for energy-storage systems…
Chinese-owned Volvo the first traditional carmaker to fully embrace electric and hybrid production.
“This announcement marks the end of the solely combustion engine-powered car,” Volvo’s president Håkan Samuelsson said in a statement Wednesday.
Volvo said it would launch five fully electric cars between 2019 and 2021. Three of them will carry the Volvo brand, and the other two will come from the company’s high-performance unit Polestar.
A company looking to solve the world’s energy problems while reducing global pollution plans to bring 220 jobs to Volusia County in the next 10 years.
Ambitious? Yes. Impossible? Not so, said Andrew Heath, president of HyCarb Inc., an early-stage energy storage company that will take up residence in Embry-Riddle’s John Mica Engineering and Aerospace Innovation Complex on Aug. 1. (2017)
HyCarb Inc., a Florida-based, woman-owned small business developing the next generation of energy harvesting and storage devices such as batteries, fuel cells, solar panels and more, has signed on as a Tenant Partner at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Research Park with the goal of bringing more than 220 highly-skilled professional jobs to Volusia County in the next 10 years.
Model wears world’s first graphene dress at Manchester launch. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian
It is the super-thin “wonder material” scientists think could revolutionise every aspect of human life.
Now graphene – which is just one atom thick and a million times thinner than human hair – looks set to storm the catwalks of Paris, New York and Milan in a hi-tech twist on the little black dress.
HyCarb’s founders Andrew Heath and Sigrid Cottrell recently returned from the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) 2017 held in Las Vegas January 5-8th. There are so many advanced products out there that need HyCarb’s batteries. It shows what a promising future lies ahead for us. Here is a video showing the current drones in the market space today and illuminates a perfect fit for HyCarb’s lightweight, long-lasting, quick-charging batteries for allowing much longer fly times!
8 October 2016 by email@example.com in Blog, Industry News Comments Off on Happy 2nd Annual National and 1st Annual Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Day! Happy 2nd National & 1st State Annual Hydrogen Day… 10-08-16! Driving the new Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle for the very first time! Celebrating National Hydrogen Day with Andrew John Heath, The Colorado Hydrogen Coalition, Colorado […]
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