Next Generation energy storage
Research Project , 2019 –

The overreaching goal of the project is to pave the way for next generation energy storage technology targeted for electric vehicle applications. The prime example is LiS-technology which can provide at least 3-5 times higher energy density combined with improved sustainability compared to the Li-ion batteries used today. This project includes cell design for larger cells meeting the needs of end users, i.e. car and truck manufacturers, analysis of suitable usage patterns (charge/discharge patterns, rates, etc.), upscaling issues, and sustainability assessment.


Aleksandar Matic (contact)

Chalmers, Physics, Materials Physics



Funding Chalmers participation during 2019–

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