Electrochemical Energy Storage (EES)

Coordinator: Margherita Moreno (ENEA)
Deputy: Alexey Koposov (IFE)

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Objectives

The SP1 program focuses on bring together and coordinating initiatives of the top research institutes and universities working in the fields of Li ion batteries, Post Li ion batteries and Supercapacitors for Energy Storage. Our aim is to give a collective voice to researchers in the field and to generate a platform for open discussion and exchange of ideas between researchers, industry and other relevant stakeholders, which frequently leads to solid long-term collaborations.
The SP1 is structured in to five technology working groups, which cover the entire value chain from materials up to integration of the energy storage technology. This WG structure reflects the current day situation, in which there is rapid development in electrochemical energy storage not only at the materials level, but also in advanced manufacturing methodologies, battery management systems and integration.
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Working Groups

WG1 Materials preparation and characterization
WG2 Degradation mechanisms and post-mortem analysis
WG3 Pilot scale Manufacturing at cell level
WG4 Battery Pack Design and Battery Management Systems
WG5 Modelling and Safety of batteries

 

Factsheets

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Members
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Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)
Brno University of Technology (VUTBR)
Advanced Energy Technology Institute (ITAE)
German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Technical University of Denmark
EMPA Switzerland
Italian Agency for New Technologies (ENEA)
Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne
Research Center Jülich
Institute for Energy Technology (IFE)
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
Politecnico di Torino (POLITO)
Ricerca Sistema Energetico (RSE)
Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research at the Norwegian Institute of Technology (SINTEF)[/column]

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Tecnalia Corporación Tecnológica (TECNALIA)
The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBITAK)
University of Padua (UNIPD)
University of Oulu
University of Uppsala
VTT Technical Research Center of Finland Ltd
University of Brussel (VUB)
Lappeeranta University of Technology (LUT)
University of Perugia
University of Aarhus
Tomas Bata University
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Web Links to European Funded Battery Projects
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Lithium Ion

Aluminium Ion

Zinc Air

Lithium-Sulfur

Organic Flow

Redox Flow

  • Membrane-Free Redox Flow Batteries (MFreeB)

Cross-Cutting Projects

Recycling


Relevant Documents and Weblinks
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