[Washington DC, USA, 26 June, 2019] Danubia NanoTech participated at the Atlantic Council’s annual CEE-American Energy Security Conference in Washington, DC. The panel focused on the strengthening the transatlantic energy security through innovations – how innovation can address growing energy security threats such as rising carbon levels. The speakers explored how transatlantic partners can work together to tackle the biggest challenges facing the energy sector and create an environment where innovation can thrive.
Patrik Krizansky, Danubia’s CEO, presented his views on how the new technologies, such as its graphene-based temperature sensor for batteries, can benefit the world of the large corporate stakeholders in automotive and energy industry. The initiatives such as the European Battery Alliance can actively promote such technology disruptions that would enter more easily the energy market.
The thin-film graphene-based temperature sensor for EV batteries monitors the temperature directly on the surface of the battery cells and helps to improve the battery efficiency and life. The sensor is extremely thin with high accuracy, ultra-light and while produced by spray-coating, it is also very variable for application on flexible (curved) surfaces and practically unlimited in terms of coverage area.