An advanced system to increase EV battery capacity
The EU battery sector faces significant challenges in a global, highly competitive environment. As the market of electric vehicles (EVs) and electronic instruments is growing, a new approach is needed that makes the development processes of next-generation battery systems cost-efficient. The EU-funded MODALIS2 project proposes an all-integrated development process that increases capacity and considerably reduces costs of EV battery cells. The goal of the project is to develop and validate modelling and simulation instruments for expediting the development of batteries with higher capacity and materials with improved performance. It aims to increase battery safety during transport and functioning, optimise cyclability and decrease production costs. The project will test and prepare the new cell generation with a high capacity of storage for mass production.
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action
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