New battery cell architectures

Electrochemical cells are the building blocks of battery modules and packs and largely determine the energy storage characteristics of a given battery design. New cell structures are essential to meet the ever-increasing demand for lighter and safer batteries with more power and storage capabilities. In this regard, R&D is required to reduce the proportion of inactive components (e.g., power collectors, conductive additives, separator, electrolyte, binder, pack, etc.) in the total mass/volume of the cell. The advanced processes and pouch line infrastructure at EnergyVille aim to accelerate R&D activities towards new electrolytes and electrodes where high loading of active mass and high electronic/ ionic conductivities are coupled to push the performance limits of the latest batteries (i.e., lithium-ion) and to realise next-generation (e.g., solid-state, Na-ion, LiS, metal-air, etc.) cell chemistry.

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