Publish Date: 16.12.2022

Category: News from the University

Energy generation and storage are key processes in the modern world. Batteries, in particular, have been identified by the European Union (EU) as a key technology for the transition towards a carbonneutral economy. Currently, the battery market is dominated by lithium-ion chemistries, however, conventional Li-ion batteries with liquid electrolytes are reaching their performance limits in terms of energy density and face safety issues. These challenges can be avoided by new generations of batteries, such as Solid-State Batteries. Consequently, solid-state batteries with high energy density produced in the EU enable the creation of a new industrial value chain in Europe and thus contribute significantly to reaching the objectives of the Green Deal.

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