Reliable lithium-ion batteries for Europe's electric vehicle market

To avoid relying on other countries to meet its energy transition goals, Europe is faced with the challenge of developing and producing competitive lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. While a promising option, Li-ion technology stills needs further development in order for mass production to be economically viable and environmentally friendly

ObjetivoDevelop and produce a competitive Li-battery product in order to avoid dependency on third countries in its energy transition models.
Ref.H2020-LC-BAT-2019-ASTRABAT-GA 875029

To meet this goal, the EU-funded ASTRABAT project intends to find optimal solid-state cell materials, components and architecture that can be mass-produced to meet electric vehicle market demands. The project will play a role in strengthening the European battery value chain as well as collaborations between research and technology organisations, SMEs and industrial partners.

LOMARTOV is playing a key role in the project development by:

  • Evaluating the environmental and economic profile of new all solid-state battery (ASSB) prototype through a life-cycle perspective.
  • Guiding the prototype design out of main impacts via Eco-design recommendations.
  • Fostering prototype recyclability, and materials efficiency and safety.
  • Assessing the standardization and certification roadmap towards a feasible market uptake.
  • Linking the project with the latest regulations and the most relevant battery associations and clusters, in cooperation with the consortium.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 875029.

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