Nanotech Energy Announces New 517-Acre Nanotechnology-Powered Battery Manufacturing Campus in the Greater Reno Area
Graphene pioneer will bring 1,000+ jobs to the region over the next five years; High volume, manufacturing facility will produce non-flammable Graphene-Organolyte batteries, EMI shielding, conductive inks, conductive adhesives, silver nanowires and other graphene products
RENO, Nev. – NOVEMBER 10, 2021 – The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN), today announced that Nanotech Energy, the world’s leading manufacturer of graphene and the only producer of non-flammable, graphene-based batteries on the market, is expanding its operations to Storey County, Nevada, east of Reno, with a new 517-acre, multiple building manufacturing facility in the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. The high-volume facility will significantly increase Nanotech Energy’s manufacturing capacity to produce and scale its patented, non-flammable Graphene-Organolyte™ batteries and other graphene-powered products, including EMI (electromagnetic interference) shielding, transparent conducting electrodes, conductive inks, conductive adhesives and silver nanowires. View a short video about Nanotech Energy here.
Nanotech Energy plans to develop the 517-acre campus in the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center to include multiple buildings and a combined footprint in excess of one million square feet, in support of the company’s exponential U.S. and international expansion. The new campus is anticipated to bring more than 1,000 jobs to the region over the next five years, including a significant number of engineering and research positions. The first building is slated to open in Q4 2022.
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