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Australian advanced materials technology company Talga Resources (ASX:TLG) has reported further performance gains from optimisation tests involving its graphene-silicon, lithium-ion battery anode product Talnode-Si.
Talnode-Si comprises a mix of silicon and graphene particles engineered by Talga to be suitable for existing lithium-ion battery manufacturing equipment as a high-performance, cost-effective and scalable replacement to standard graphite anode materials.
Several of the world’s car makers will move to higher energy-to-weight ratios in their next generation battery packs, while other big names in the anode supply chain have committed to the use of silicon technologies in graphite to produce silicon oxide-based graphite .

In September, Volkswagen estimated its cell energy density would increase by 25% from 2018 to 2025 and said it would target 20% silicon anodes from 2020.
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