Carbon Waters is based on a unique way of producing liquid graphene protected by three patents and developed at the CRPP center in the Bordeaux area, France, after more than 10 years of research. Carbon waters was selected by the CNRS tech transfer program (5 projects are selected per year) in november 2015 and is now financed for a scale-up phase, processing carbon nanotubes and developing films from graphene and carbon nanotubes waters.


Since December 2015, Carbon Waters is supported by the New Aquitany Regional Incubator (IRA - Incubateur Régional d'Aquitaine) and by the Aquitaine Science Transfer agency since July 2016.

Our goal is to use this new process for different applications such as transparent films, barrier films as well as a new generation of enhanced flexible electrodes for energy storage.