Redefining

Energy Storage

with eco-nanotechnology

ABOUT US

To generate the new battery era…

Global Nano Network mission is to develop a 100% eco-friendly battery that meets all the current requirements of the next industrial revolution where one of the world’s major needs is to reduce the levels of CO2 emissions, the dependance of fossil fuels and the indiscriminate use of highly dangerous and polluting materials.

Our team is pursuing this mission by re-designing the actual battery manufacturing methods and re-developing the main battery components (electrodes, current collectors, separator and electrolyte) by using eco-friendly nanomaterials of high performance and stability, that would perfectly fit with the current battery industry chemistries and that could be use in the future for the creation of a 100% sustainable battery.

GIVING BREATH TO THE PLANET

By designing no polluting and hazard battery components free from Cobalt, Nickel and Lithium

OUR STORY

Our story began with a compromise to the planet…

GNN story began in Costa Rica in the year 2017 when group a of well-known scientists formed by Sindy Chavez, Maria Jose Morera, Juan Chavez and Centlet Alvarado and the businessmen Ravi Daswani, Ben Coull and Sanjay Daswani analyze the possibility of created an eco-friendly and high-performance battery that will end the indiscriminate use of toxic and polluting materials for industrial battery assembly.

In 2018 this multidisciplinary team established the Global Nano Network company in London, England to overcome this huge challenge of one of the most important global industries of these times.

Ravi Daswani

Co-founder

Juan Chaves

Co-founder

Sindy Chaves

Co-founder

Maria Jose Morera

Co-founder

Ben Coull

Co-founder

Centetl Alvarado

Co-founder

Sanjay Daswani

Co-founder

PARTNERSHIP

WMG is an academic department at the University of Warwick and is a leading international role model for successful collaboration between academia and the public and private sectors for driving innovation in battery technology. Research home for some industrial leaders like Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors and LG Chem and partners of the UK’s Business Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC) designed for scaling up battery manufacturing. 

Where our ideas become true

Our facilities in University of Warwick Science Park, Venture Centre

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