In a recent press release, Quebec-based HPQ Silicon said its technology partner—PyroGenesis Canada—had confirmed that the GEN1 PUREVAP™ Nano Silicon Reactor had produced the first batch of Nano Silicon Materials. These materials can replace graphite as battery anodes to produce long-duration and high-energy-density batteries.

In this video, we interview HPQ Silicon President and CEO Bernard Tourillon to learn more.

This video was produced and published by PVBuzz Media. It was originally published on our YouTube channel.

Note: a French version of this interview is available here.

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