The utilization of other binders at a better quantity in cement composites is an efficient strategy towards sustainability by lowering world carbon emissions. This text discusses about changing cement with Excessive-volume fly ash (HVFA) as binary mix and Ternary Blended Silica fume (TBSF) mortars and enhancing their effectivity by addition of Nanomaterial similar to Graphene Oxide (GO). The primary disadvantage in using fly ash for industrial purposes is its discount in early energy as a consequence of slower reactivity. GO promotes early energy and able to controlling the microstructure of cement composites even in excessive siliceous setting. Outcomes revealed by addition of GO, 21.15%, and 24.5% of energy is enhanced for 35%, and 45% stage of fly ash replacements respectively, and 23.5%, 15.4% energy elevated for (95percentPPC + 5% silica fume), and (90percentPPC + 10% silica fume) ternary blended mixes respectively. Microstructural characterization strategies similar to SEM, XRD, FTIR, and TGA confirmed GO promoted energy by enhancing pozzolanic reactions. Findings on this research suggests software of GO in HVFA and TBSF sustainable cement composites to enhance the microstructural properties.