BIG-MAP - Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform BIG-MAP
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Large scale deployment of intermittent renewable energy supply and the electrification of the transportation sector critically depend on the availability of low cost, high-performance, environmentally friendly and scalable energy storage. Unlocking technological access and optimization of green energy storage solutions is essential for ensuring and accelerating the transition towards a net-zero CO2 emission European Union by 2050. The further development of sustainable, high-performance battery technologies and materials, therefore, plays a central role in ensuring and accelerating this transition. However, the existing paradigm for battery innovation and development is simply too slow and costly to address the urgency of the massive societal challenges resulting from global warming. These challenges face not only the human race, but Earth’s atmo- and bio-sphere in general, and call for radical and accelerated technological innovation to reduce the global CO2 emission to abide by the goals of the Paris Agreement.
- TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK - Coordinator
- POLITECNICO DI TORINO
Sustainable Development Goals
|Total cost:||€ 19,997,818.75|
|Total contribution:||€ 19,997,818.75|
|PoliTo total cost:||€ 210,025.00|
|PoliTo contribution:||€ 210,025.00|
Articolo Poliflash del 1/10/202.
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