Batteries of the future
Technology has struggled to find ways for batteries to provide reliable and safe energy at low cost while reducing dependence on critical raw materials and adopting sustainable value chains, from mining to recycling. The emerging digitalised era calls for a paradigm shift in the way batteries are designed and created. The EU-funded BATTERY 2030 project is focussing on a multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral approach, aiming to bring in all the necessary skills to develop a future European battery roadmap while addressing a wide range of strategic applications. A total of 17 partners, leaders in their fields, from nine EU Member States will join the effort.
Fields of science
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action
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