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Batteries & Energy Storage
The Targray Battery Division supplies raw materials, chemicals, lab equipment and commercial-scale manufacturing solutions to battery technology developers around the world. Listed in over 200 research papers and patent applications since 2010, our anodes, cathodes, separators, binders, current collectors, electrodes, raw lithium and LiPF6 electrolyte solutions are a trusted source for some of the energy storage industry’s most important manufacturing and research centers.
The Targray Biofuels Division is a market-leading North American supplier of biodiesel to both national and independently-owned fuel retailers and fleet operators. Supported by a dedicated rail fleet and 10 fuel terminal locations, the Biofuels company is focused on creating innovative biodiesel solutions that help customers achieve greater profits through the use of low-carbon fuels. Targray is a BQ-9000 certified Marketer and a full voting member of the National Biodiesel Board. It supplies B99 Biodiesel throughout the US from its supply points in California, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio, and Illinois.
Since first appearing on the solar scene in 2005, the Targray Solar Division has grown to become one of the largest international suppliers of raw materials for the photovoltaics manufacturing industry. The company’s high-efficiency PV materials have been used to produce a wide array of solar module technologies over the course of the last decade. The Solar Division actively supports a number of solar trade associations throughout the world, including the US-based Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
In operation since 1989, Targray’s Optical Media Division is one of the world’s largest single-source suppliers of optical disc manufacturing materials. The company’s extensive mastering and replication materials portfolio includes mastering glass, blu ray wafers, evaporation boats, s-pellets, sputtering targets, gripper fingers, and nesting pads. Its materials have been used by over 500 international optical media replicators, ranging from small specialized producers to the industry’s most prominent manufacturers.