A storage battery for the entire world

Freiburg project on battery research funded by the BMBF “World Storage” program



Photo: Balance of Storage Systems BOS AG

The “Plug-In” project of the “Electrochemical Energy Systems” junior research group at the Laboratory for MEMS Applications and Hahn-Schickard has now been included in the “World Storage” program. With this program, the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) wants to support new ideas that have the potential for leapfrogging innovations and accelerate their implementation.

Batteries for stationary energy storage in rural, decentralized electrification should be inexpensive, consist of readily available materials, be easy to recycle, have a robust cell chemistry and not be complex in its overall operation. The “Electrochemical Energy Systems” junior research group (Laboratory of Prof. R. Zengerle) is working on a new storage concept. The researchers led by Dr. Matthias Breitwieser and Dr. Severin Vierrath are combining this concept with a scalable and intelligent battery system.

Full press release of the University of Freiburg



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