SNP lab Inc.




This supplier is exhibiting at ees Europe.

Joint Booth / Special Area

InterBattery Showcase

Product Groups
  • Lithium-based batteries
  • Other battery technologies
  • Battery Materials
Contact Information
SNP lab Inc.
G2, 304, A-Dong, 45 Yangcheong 4-Gil, Ochang-Eup, Cheongwon-Gu
28116 Cheongju-Si, Chungcheongbuk-Do, South Korea

Individual company presentation

Hi I am Tae Kim who is CEO at SNP. If we can turn the solar cell waste into high-priced materials for the secondary batteries, then this will be the game changer for the solar and electric car industries. We have developed system to take apart the solar panel into cell module and we can recycle them into the high-valued materials for the anode additives of the secondary batteries.
Nowadays, new energy business is fast growing and the wastes from the solar industries are also getting bigger. Therefore, we need to solve the wastes problems as business is growing. A few years ago, I have visited the wastes recycling companies, and I saw a lot of solar wastes are still going into our soils with toxic wastes still included.
I believe that renewed recycled materials ‘silicon nano powder’ for the secondary batteries will be the next biggest growing and dominating business after the semiconductor. And that is why I am applying for investors to join me to develop the mass-production lines together.
To get the si nano powder, first we take out the aluminum frame and glass cover. Second we are separating Cu, Ag, Si by our melting and sorting system. These Silicon nano powders can increase the battery capacity significantly as adding to anode. Silicon anodes are used by more battery manufacturers nowadays.
The theoretical capacity of silicon is about 10 times greater than the use of graphite anode (carbon anode). The most expensive parts for Electric-car is battery. If we can improve battery capacity by using our recycled silicon anodes, this can change the meaning of clean energy and whole electric vehicle industry. Also Elon Musk said that over the time Tesla will be using increasing amounts of silicon in the anode.
From now on we’ll be making the average particles size under 50nm Si nano powder in mass production and deliver to battery manufacturers. And in near future, I dream that I can drive the E-car with the battery that used our silicon nano powders which I made.

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