Mr Stephen Voller, Chairman & Founder
Santa Clara 2014 Presentation - Zapgocharger*
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• London Graphene is developing a new type of charger for the business traveller, based on graphene supercapacitors.
• In 2013 London Graphene took an option to license two patents developed at the Materials Science faculty at the University of Oxford to produce very high quality graphene.
• Also in 2013, London Graphene won a UK Government Technology Strategy Board (TSB) grant to investigate the market for graphene based supercapacitors. This market study help define a market opportunity for graphene based supercapacitors in an early market energy storage application.
• London Graphene plans to launch its first product in 2015.
講演者の経歴 (Stephen Voller)
Stephen Voller is an experienced entrepreneur and business leader with 25 years of experience of running technology companies from start-up to IPO. He has raised over $100m for these companies, which included an IPO for a hydrogen fuel cell company which he founded. This company used a fuel cell as a range extender or battery charger. In 2004 he developed the world's first commercial CE certified proton exchange membrane PEM fuel cell generator based on metal hydride and compressed hydrogen fuel. Stephen has a degree in Data Processing from the University of Leeds, is a Chartered Engineer, and is a Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
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ZapGo Ltd (ZapGo) is a high technology business founded in Oxford, UK, in 2013
We have developed a solution to the problems encountered by all the current generation of appliances, devices and vehicles powered by lithium: slow charging. Called Carbon-Ion, in contrast to Lithium-ion, this technology is based on carbon nano-materials including the 'wonder-material' graphene..
The technology and a growing patent portfolio is in part derived from Oxford University, and in part developed independently by Zap&Go's own scientists. Our power module is due to enter the production phase in 2018.