The EU research project NanoBat, which has been recently launched in April, aims to develop a novel nanotechnology toolbox for quality testing of Li-ion and beyond Lithium batteries with the potential to redefine battery production in Europe and worldwide. The targeted radio frequency (RF)-nanoscale techniques will be faster and more accurately calibrated than existing methods. The project will significantly reduce the costs of battery production thus greatly benefiting the evolving clean energy and e-mobility transition in Europe. The consortium comprises twelve academic and industrial partners and will receive EUR 5 million EU funding over the next three years. In the framework of the NanoBat project, the Electrochemical Processes Unit of IMDEA Energy will develop an accelerated battery ageing method to assess the quality of battery cells and predict their cycle life in a 24h – 48 h test.
More information: Jesús Palma, Head of the Electrochemical Processes Unit firstname.lastname@example.org
|The NanoBat project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861962.
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