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    HAYD   GB00BKWQ1135

HAYDALE GRAPHENE INDUSTRIES PLC

(HAYD)
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Haydale Graphene : Grant Award to Haydale Subsidiary EPL Composite Solutions Limited

12/19/2014 | 11:22am EST



Haydale  Graphene  Industries  plc  ("Haydale"  or  the  "Company")  
Grant  Award  to  Haydale  Subsidiary  EPL  Composite  Solutions  Limited  ("EPL")    

Haydale   Graphene   Industries   plc   (AIM:HAYD),   the   Company   focused   on   enabling   technology   for   the  commercialisation   of   graphene,   is   pleased   to   announce   that   its   wholly   owned   subsidiary   EPL   has  been   awarded   a   £261,000   Regional   Growth   Fund   ("RGF")   grant   by   the   Leicester   and   Leicestershire  Enterprise  Partnership  ("LLEP").  These  funds  will  be  provided  in  the  first  quarter  of  2015.  
Use  of  Grant  Funding  
EPL  has  for  over  10  years  been  working  closely  with  the  oil  and  gas  industry  on  the  development  of  a  process   to   manufacture   spoolable,   high   pressure,   fibre   reinforced   thermoplastic   composite   pipes  ("RTP")   on   a   continuous   basis.   The   RTP   product   is   aimed   at   a   replacement   for   corrosion   resistant  steel  pipes  currently  in  world-­‐wide  use.    The  grant  funding  will  part-­‐finance  EPL  to  undertake  a  series  of   long   term   accelerated   durability   tests   by   EPL   on   the   fibre   reinforced   thermoplastic   composite  pipes   in   line   with   the   American   Petroleum   Institute   (API)   recommended   practice   15S.     API   is   the  largest   US   Trade   Association   for   the   oil   and   natural   gas   industry,   representing   some   400  corporations,  and  testing  product  to  API  15S  is  an  essential  step  towards  the  successful  exploitation  and  commercialisation  of  the  RTP  process  in  the  US  oil  and  gas  industry.  
EPL   is   also   working   closely   with   Haydale   to   incorporate   graphene   into   the   thermoplastic   composite  pipes   in   order   to   enhance   the   oil   and   gas   permeation   resistance   of   these   materials   as   well   as  increasing  the  materials  long  term  durability  performance.    
 Ray  Gibbs,  CEO  at  Haydale,  commented:    
"The  oil  and  gas  industry  is  known  as  an  adopter  of  new  materials.  This  grant  award  will  enable  us  to  rapidly   develop   and   test   our   graphene   enhanced   composite   which   could   lead   to   commercial  development  within  twenty  four  months  in  a  potentially  significant  market.  
We   are   convinced   that   functionalisation   of   graphene   is   the   key   to   the   successful   commercialisation  of  graphene  enhanced  products  and  I  am  pleased  that  the  graphene  industry  has  acknowledged  that  dispersion   is   necessary   for   the   effective   adoption   of   graphene.     Our   process   has   already   been  verified   by   the   UK   National   Physical   Laboratory   and   Aerospace   Corporation,   the   US   based  
independent   research   organisation,   who   reported   more   than   a   100%   increase   in   structural   strength  
and  stiffness  of  epoxy  composites  using  Haydale's  functionalised  graphene  nanoplatelets.  
These  grant  funded  tests  will  add  a  further  level  of  endorsement  of  our  proprietary  plasma  process.  It   also   demonstrates   to   the   manufacturers   of   graphene   and   industrial   users   of   graphene   enhanced  products   that   our   process   produces   the   improvements   in   not   only   product   performance   that  industry  is  looking  for  but  potentially  offers  enhanced  materials  replacement  possibilities."  
Gerry  Boyce,  Managing  Director  at  EPL  added:      
"Tests   on   prototype   pipes   have   been   extremely   successful   and   we   are   looking   forward   to   further  development  and  certification  of  a  range  of  materials,  pipes  and  pipeline  systems  and  the  creation  of  an  advanced  high  value  UK  technology.  The  setting  up  of  a  pipeline  test  facility  at  EPL  will  accelerate  the  long  term  testing  of  thermoplastic  composite    pipes  required  by  API  15S  as  well  as  enabling  us  to  fast  track  new  materials  such  as  graphene  enhanced  thermoplastics  into  the  composite  pipelines."  
Kevin  Harris,  Vice-­‐Chair  of  the  LLEP  said,  "EPL  is  a  specialist  firm  and  really  helps  to  demonstrate  the  diverse  range  of  businesses  that  the  RGF  has  supported.  The  RGF  aims  to  stimulate  local  job  creation  and  private  sector  growth  and  so  far  the  LLEP  has  given  out  over  £12.5  million  in  grants,  helping  over  
120  companies  in  the  Leicester  and  Leicestershire  area."  

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For  further  information  please  contact:  

Haydale Graphene Industries plc 01269  842  946  

John  Knowles,  Chairman  
Ray  Gibbs,  Chief  Executive  Officer    

Cairn Financial Advisers LLP (Nomad) 0207  148  7900  

Tony  Rawlinson  
Paul  Trendell  

Cantor Fitzgerald Europe (Broker) 020  7894  7000  

David  Foreman    
Paul  Jewell  

Hermes Financial PR

Trevor  Phillips    Chris  Steele    
07889  153  628  
07979  604  687  

About Haydale

Haydale   has   developed   a   patent-­‐pending   proprietary   scalable   plasma   process   to   functionalise  graphene   and   other   nanomaterials.   This   enabling   technology   can   provide   Haydale   with   a   rapid   and  highly   cost-­‐efficient   method   of   supplying   tailored   solutions   to   enhance   applications   for   both   raw  material  suppliers  and  product  manufacturers.    
Functionalisation   is   carried   out   through   a   low-­‐pressure   plasma   process   that   treats   both   mined,  organic  fine  powder  and  other  synthetically  produced  nanomaterial  powders,  producing  high-­‐quality  few   layered   graphenes   and   graphene   nanoplatelets.   The   process   can   functionalise   with   a   range   of  chemical   groups,   with   the   level   of   functionalisation   tailored   to   the   customer's   needs.   Good  dispersion   improves   the   properties   and   performance   of   the   host   material   and   ensures   the   final  product  performs  as  specified.    
The   Haydale   plasma   process   does   not   use   wet   chemistry,   nor   does   it   damage   the   material   being  processed;   rather,   it   can   clean   up   any   impurities   inherent   in   the   raw   material.   The   technology   is   a  low  energy  user  and  most  importantly  environmentally  friendly.    The  Haydale  method  is  an  enabling  technology,  allowing  the  Company  to  work  with  a  raw  material  producer  who  seeks  to  add  value  to  the  base  product  and  tailor  the  outputs  to  meet  the  target  applications  of  the  end  user.  
Haydale,   based   in   South   Wales   and   housed   in   a   purpose-­‐built   facility   for   processing   and   handling  nanomaterials,   is   facilitating   the   application   of   graphenes   and   other   nanomaterials   in   fields   such   as  inks,  sensors,  energy  storage,  photovoltaics,  composites,  paints  and  coatings.  
www.haydale.com
About  EPL  
EPL  specialise  in  the  design,  development  and  commercialisation  of  advanced  polymer  composite  materials  with  capability  to  cover  the  entire  development  cycle  from  applied  research,  product  design,  process  development,  product  testing  and  certification,  to  setting  up  manufacturing  plants.  EPL  work  with  specifiers,  OEMs  and  end-­‐users  to  develop  and  demonstrate  composite  solutions  that  provide  clear  technical,  economic,  social  and  environmental  benefits  over  existing  traditional  materials  and  products.    Having  demonstrated  these  benefits  and  generated  a  demand,  EPL  also  has  the  ability  to  identify  commercial  partners  -  either  under  licence  or  as  a  joint  venture  -  to  scale  up  and  manufacture  the  composite  solution  at  regional  and  global  volume  bases.  
www.eplcompositesolutions.co.uk
About  the  LLEP  
The  LLEP  provides  local  government,  the  business  community  and  other  partners  with  the  opportunity  to  come  together  to  lead  economic  development  and  regeneration  activities  and  to  drive  forward  economic  growth.  To  find  out  more,  visit  www.llep.org.uk

About  the  Government's  Regional  Growth  Fund  
The  Government's  Regional  Growth  Fund  (RGF)  is  a  £3.2  billion  fund  designed  to  help  companies  in  England  to  grow  and  deliver  sustainable  jobs.  Businesses  have  now  received  £1billion  of  RGF  support  delivering  100,000  jobs  and  £3billion  of  private  investment.  For  more  information  please  go  to  www.bis.gov.uk/rgf  

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