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CARBAT representatives at the FET workshop on future battery technologies for energy storage

In Brussels, on January 10th 2018, the European Commission gathered the relevant research stakeholders to identify the long-term (+10 years) scientific and technological challenges that could be addressed by a large-scale R&I initiative under the Future and Emerging Technologies programme. The focus of the workshop was on future and emerging energy storage technologies for e-mobility and stationary applications. Academia and industry representatives explored the long term challenges and next generations of battery technologies that could be addressed by a large scale EU Research & Innovation initiative under the Future & Emerging Technologies (FET) part of Horizon2020.

Prof. Mª Rosa Palacin and Prof. Patrik Johansson took part in the discussion as representatives of the CARBAT FET Open project. 

 

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Technologies discussed include:

  • Post Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technologies based on future cell chemistries such as, Sodium-ion, Li-metal, Li-Sulphur, Li-air, and their positioning vis-à-vis shorter term next generation lithium and solid state technologies.
  • Alternative energy storage and conversion technologies like super capacitors, fuel cells, flow batteries and others.

You can find the full report on the workshop in the following link: FET workshop on future battery technologies for energy storage

'CARBAT project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme H2020-FETOPEN-1-2016-2017 (CARBAT, grant agreement No 766617).'

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