CoFBAT is a strategic project in achieving the EU energy transition targets through the development of an innovative battery storage solution. Therefore, CoFBAT project aims to develop the next level of battery storage with a modular technology, suitable for different applications that can meet the need for decentralised energy production and supply for private households and industrial robotised devices.

3beLiEVe aims to strengthen the position of the European battery and automotive industry in the future xEV market by delivering the next generation of battery cells, designed and made in Europe, for the electrified vehicles market of 2025 and beyond.

The SPIDER project proposes a multidisciplinary approach to develop safe and long lifetime, high energy density cells. This approach is based on new materials, improved chemistries, new industrially relevant manufacturing process steps and complimented by in-depth characterization, safety, modelling and Life-cycle-(cost) analysis studies.

HYDRA brings together leading industry and research partners to develop the next generation of lithium-ion batteries and support the growing European battery industry. Through the development of sustainable and high-performance Li-ion cells, HYDRA will contribute to the future of electric mobility and help support the Green Transition.

ASTRABAT aims to develop optimal Lithium-ion battery solutions for the increasing demands of the electric vehicle market in particular. The goal is to fulfil Europe’s need for a safe, high-energy, sustainable and marketable battery for green mobility that could be manufactured in Europe on a massive scale.

BATT4EU is a Co-programmed Partnership established under Horizon Europe – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation of the European Union- that aims to achieve a competitive and sustainable European industrial value-chain for e-mobility and stationary applications.

It is a contractual public-private Partnership gathering – on the public side – the European Commission; and – on the private side – BEPA, which regroups all the battery stakeholders from the European Research community.

The Battery Interface Genome – Materials Acceleration Platform (BIG-MAP) project relies on the development of a unique R&D infrastructure and accelerated methodology that unites and integrates insights from leading experts, competences and data across the entire battery (discovery) value chain with Artificial Intelligence (AI), High Performance Computing (HPC), large-scale and high-throughput characterization and autonomous synthesis robotics.

BATTERY 2030+ brings together the most important stakeholders in the field of battery research and development to work on concrete actions that support the implementation of the European Green Deal, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the European Action plan on Batteries and the European SET-plan.

LiPLANET’s overall objective is to create a European innovation and production ecosystem by building a more competitive Lithium battery cell manufacturing ecosystem and increase the production of Lithium cells towards industrial scale. LiPLANET’s project brings together the most relevant European Lithium battery cell pilot lines and the main stakeholders of the battery sector.

DEFACTO aims to develop a multiphysic and multiscale modelling tool to improve the understanding of cell material behaviour and cell manufacturing process and to reduce the time and economic resources for the market uptake of cell innovations, facilitating new high capacity and high voltage Li-ion cell generation 3b batteries.

BatWoMan develops new sustainable and cost-efficient Li-ion battery cell production concepts, paving the way towards carbon neutral cell production within the European Union by energy-efficient, no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) processed electrodes, innovative dry room reducing concept with improved electrolyte filling; and low-cost and energy-efficient cell conditioning, namely wetting, formation and ageing.

GIGAGREEN proposes a structured research plan to develop and scale up novel electrode and cell component manufacturing processes that follow a Design to Manufacture approach in line with Europe’s strategic goal of becoming a global leader in the Li-ion battery value chain.

The greenSPEED project offers solutions for new sustainable electrode and cell manufacturing processes with reduced energy consumption, lower carbon footprint and ZERO Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) emissions. To that aim, the project main target is developing a battery cell comprised of electrodes manufactured by innovative dry processes.

The innovations proposed in NoVOC centre on improvements of cell manufacturing process by integrating two novel electrode manufacturing processes into the currently available cell assembly process and demonstrate manufacturability of automotive cells in two formats (pouch and cylindrical) with no toxic organic solvent at the fraction of the cell manufacturing cost that is currently available today.

IntelLiGent will develope safe, sustainable, long-lasting generation 3b Li-ion batteries with high-voltage cathodes and high-capacity silicon-graphite anodes.

The SiGNE Project will deliver an advanced lithium-ion battery by incorporating as a composite 30% silicon and electrically connecting it to the graphite in nanowire form.

HighSpin aims to develop high-performing, safe and sustainable generation 3b high-voltage spinel Lithium Nickel Manganese Oxide / silicon carbide material, cells and modules with a short industrialisation pathway and to demonstrate their application for automotive and aeronautic transport applications.