November 28, 2022

Nano One’s Dan Blondal talks about their unique high-voltage cobalt-free battery and many partnerships

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In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Peter Clausi talks to Dan Blondal, CEO, Director & Founder of Nano One Materials Corp. (TSXV: NNO) about their recent news about their unique high-voltage cobalt-free battery. Dan Blondal explains how their breakthrough LNM material, also known as high voltage spinel, is a cobalt-free, low-cost cathode material that provides improved efficiency, thermal management and power.

“Our process is to develop the processes for making these cathode materials,” Dan Blondal says in the interview, “the cathode materials themselves, batteries that use the cathode materials, and then license that technology, or joint venture with partners on manufacturing.” He went on to explain how Nano One’s LNM cathode is a leading candidate for next generation lithium-ion and solid-state batteries because its durability and dimensional stability enable a stable interface.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube, Dan went on to say “Our DNA is in process innovation,” he continued, “and we look to partner with people who understand how to control supply chain” as well as “understand manufacturing and have the supply channels.”

Asked about partnerships, Dan said: “We have about 20 groups were are actively working with.” They include the Asian development partner announced this August. “Volkswagen is one of our announced partners, but we are also working with a bunch of their peers.” These partners and opportunities are “a big part of the story, and my job is to convert those into real and meaningful deals.”

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