Graphene is considered one of the most important breakthroughs in material science since its discovery. This “wonder material” was widely overhyped, and still hasn’t lived up to its potential. But since my previous video on the truth about graphene, we can now see more concrete and realistic applications hitting the market — not those out of this world promises like the space elevator. What if we could cut down carbon (CO2) emissions from cement production by 20% and make cheaper and more powerful EV batteries using graphene battery technology? Is graphene finally starting to deliver on the promise? Let’s see if we can come to a decision on this.