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ACES and Carbon Graphite for Energy Storage Applications

ACES continues to push the envelope for developing new carbon graphite materials and applications as their product is the central material being used in a the development of new fuel cell technology. New research leads to important innovation possibilities in the battery and fuel cell industry being undertaken by the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia.

ACES newly developed carbon graphite material is playing a central role in this technology research which is showing promise to be a game changer in the energy storage and fuel cell industry. As the research continues towards completion the results will be published soon. ACES is excited to be part of such an important innovative advancement.

February 2, 2016

ACES' recent research project leads to a treatment with advanced anti-oxidation properties for carbon graphite. Kingston Process Metallurgy, a globally recognized metallurgical engineering firm recently concluded extensive testing of ACES treated material returning very positive results for smelter applications.

December 10, 2013

VS Group launches ACES new website.

December 1, 2013

ACES Carbon Graphite Electrode Plates are finding new use in the Nuclear Power Industry.

December 1, 2013

ACES ongoing research with Georgia Institute of Technology has information available for customers in the Fuel Cell Industry.

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