Avadain’s CEO Meets Panasonic in Silicon Valley to Discuss How LTDF Graphene Flakes Can Make Better Products and Contribute to a Greener Future

Panasonic Intellectual Property Corporation of America (PIPCA) hosted Avadain on July 11th in Silicon Valley to review Avadain’s steady progress. It was also an opportunity to introduce Avadain’s large, thin and nearly defect free (LTDF) graphene flakes to different Panasonic business units.

“It was great to meet with our partner, PIPCA, and to report on our progress,” said Brad Larschan, Avadain’s CEO. “PIPCA began investing in our technology in 2017 and is our largest investor.”

“This was a great opportunity for Avadain to explain its LTDF graphene flakes to different Panasonic business units and how LTDF graphene flakes can be added to products to make them better and more environmentally friendly,” explained Yuichiro Takayanagi, Panasonic’s designated director on Avadain’s board. “I’ve been involved with the project since 2017 and it is very gratifying to see the development of this important technology.”

“I recently became PIPCA’s President,” said Joshua Sibble. “I am very excited to see Avadain’s progress. This was a great opportunity for the PIPCA team to be able to ask questions and hear about Avadain’s next steps.”

In addition to consumer electronics, Panasonic offers a wide range of products and services, including rechargeable batteries, automotive and avionic systems, industrial systems, as well as home renovation and construction. Panasonic is a leader in, among others, the fields of electric vehicle batteries and industrial supercapacitors.