Next Generation Batteries based on Understanding of Materials Interfaces
BatteryNL is aiming to develop the next generation of batteries that are safer, have higher energy densities and have a longer life-cycle – all of which are crucial for a society based on sustainable energy sources.
Making use of the unique knowledge position of the Netherlands, the heart of these desired batteries, the electrolyte-electrode interface, will be investigated to reveal the bottle-neck processes, and improved with scalable interface technology. To achieve successful integration, the societal and economic impact will be evaluated with the key stakeholders. Hereby the consortium, existing of experts within academics, high-tech startups, multinationals and societal partners creates a crucial position for the development of next-battery technology.
New Energy Coalition operates as a consultant and supports project dissemination and outreach.
We participate in BatteryNL because we see that battery storage is crucial for the energy system integration, in combating grid congestion and optimizing energy efficiency. We want to expand our own knowledge base on batteries so that we can inform our network on battery usage in mobility, the built environment, network services and other applications through additional innovation projects and educational programs.
Delft University of Technology, University of Twente, Eindhoven University of Technology, Utrecht University, University of Groningen, University of Amsterdam, TNO, Holst Centre, Hogeschool Rotterdam, Hogeschool Utrecht, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, Delft IMP, E-magy, Euro Support, LeydenJar, Lionvolt, LithiumWerks, PTG/e, Shell, SALD, VSParticle, Air Liquide, Forschungszentrum Jülich, MEET Battery Research Centre, ANWB, DNV, Durapower, EnergyStorageNL, InnoEnergy, New Energy Coalition, RAI, Solvis, VDL.
For more information contact Pim Frederix