Graphene Industry Report – Graphene Light bulbs and Graphene 3D Lab

June 18th 2015 – Graphene Industry Report Summary:

Industry report on graphene news, technological developments and breakthroughs. There are reports of the production of a graphene light bulb the thinnest in the world.  Yesterday was LED light bulbs and now the future is graphene lighting your life. Columbia University research teams have produced a light bulb chip that super heats graphene to produce light.

Graphene company stock highlight, Graphene 3D Lab Inc. (TSXV: GGG) (OTCQB: GPHBF). The company Graphene 3D Lab has partnered up with+Ideum for Graphene Development. Graphene 3D Lab engages in research, development and production of polymer composite graphene based filaments for fused filament fabrication (FFF) in 3D printers.

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Startup Graphene and Nano Tech Company – Xefro Graphene Based Heat

U.K. startup graphene company Xefro has developed a graphene-based heating system that could potentially cut down on your energy costs by almost 70%, according to IEEE Spectrum. Xefro claims that the gRAD product is the only graphene based heating element in the industry. The benefits of this gRAD heating element are its ability to switch on and off faster than conventional elements, along with is targeted infrared heating, which limits dangerous heat and wasted energy.

The gRAD graphene heating element appears to be a wall mounted sheet of carbon fiber with a graphene printed infrared element and vertical tube array. Finishes come in carbon fiber or gloss. The graphene heating element projects directed infrared heat into the room.

Xefro Graphene Company Snapshot

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Which Graphene Companies to Invest in?

The graphene industry is full of buzz. There are new graphene developments every month. Whether it is new findings from an Ivy League research lab or a graphene company issuing its initial public offering. It is all very exciting. But it is also all very confusing. So how do you know which graphene stocks you should buy? Here are some tips for investing in graphene:

  1. Has the company found its niche?

It is important to find a graphene company that has decided what direction it wants to go. Does the company have focus? It can be difficult for a company to “be everything to everyone.” Generally good companies develop a strategy which is clear on what product, niche, geography, and value proposition they plan to focus on. Is the graphene company you are interested planning mass graphene production, mobile phone applications or patent licensing?

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