For investors

The demand for better energy storage solutions is increasing rapidly. An investment in Granode Materials is also an investment in a more sustainable future.

Exponential growth in battery demand

Almost all of the exponential growth in battery demand 2022-2030 will be in the EV sector.

The graph shows the projected global battery demand 2022-2030, by application in gigawatt hours, source: Statista.

The Market

The global lithium-ion battery market is growing exponentially. By 2030, it is expected to be worth about $150 billion, based on a conservative estimate. As Europe continues to invest in battery development, its market share is expected to increase from 6% to 25% by the end of 2029.

The electric vehicle industry is growing rapidly. In less than 20 years, 50% of all cars are expected to run on battery power. Granode Materials aims to corner 30% of the European anode market for electric vehicles by 2025, and 15% of the global market by 2030.


Battery powered cars 2040


Our anode market share 2030

ESG – an investment in sustainability

Granode Materials believes environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are essential for companies that aim to build a sustainable future. We also believe that ESG helps our investors understand how we function and create long-term value.

We use non-flammable and sustainable electrolytes and do not incorporate any earth metals in our anode material.

We collaborate with a local supplier of graphene, whose manufacturing process is hydromechanical and energy-efficient, thereby securing the sustainability of our anode material. The properties of our anode material make it possible to use a smaller amount of anode material for the corresponding storage capacity. This produces smaller and lighter batteries. Our anode material is also easier to recycle and allows longer battery life, which makes our batteries more sustainable than traditional ones.

The problem

Today’s batteries are facing four main challenges today:

  • Low charge-to-weight ratio

    Current charge-to-weight ratio is too low to support good driving economy in electric vehicles.

  • Slow charging

    Current anodes struggle with long charging times, while the market demand is moving towards instant charging.

  • Low numbers of charging cycles

    Current anodes can only handle a lower number of charging cycles, causing a high lifetime cost.

  • Hard to recycle

    Current anodes are not easily recyclable or they contain rare earth metals that cause secondary environmental challenges.

The solution

Our extraordinary silicon-graphene anode material is designed for next generation batteries and will solve current anode problems:

  • High charge-to-weight ratio

    Granode Materials’ anodes have up to 10 times higher charge-to-weight capacity than current battery anodes.

  • High number of charging cycles

    Granode Materials’ anodes can last up to 3 times longer than current battery anodes.

  • Fast charging

    Granode Materials’ anodes can charge 5-10 times faster than current battery anodes.

  • Easy to recycle

    Granode Materials’ anodes are easier to recycle than current battery anodes.

Read more about our technology and supreme anode material.