fp7-2012-gc-materials

Report
Advanced European lithium sulphur
cells for automotive applications
Robert Dominko
Project coordinator
National Institute of Chemistry
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Collaborative project
FP7-2012-GC-MATERIALS
Grant agreement No.: 314515
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EUROLIS
Advanced European lithium sulphur cells for automotive applications
FP7 Program: Theme 4 – NMP – Nanosciences, Nanotechnologies, Materials and
New Production technologies
Work programme topics addressed : GC.NMP.2012-1 Innovative automotive
electrochemical storage applications based on nanotechnology
Call indentifier: FP7-2012-GC-MATERIALS
Grant agreement No.: 314515
Starting date: 01/10/2012
Duration: 48 months
Total budget: 3.774.904 €
EC contribution: 2.799.084 €
Consortium
Academia and research institutions
5 countries, 11 partners
Industry
Objectives
Development of a sustainable and advanced lithium sulphur (Li-S) battery for
automotive use with the following characteristics:
• An energy density of at least 500Wh/kg with a specific power of at least 1000
W/kg during normal operation;
• Charge efficiency higher than 95% in the entire cycle life in the operating
temperature range from -25°C to 80°C;
• Durability reflected by a life time requested by automotive industry ( at least
5 years and a cycle life of 1000 cycles within the conditions of deep discharge
– full charge);
• Meet or exceed safety standards and low costs: i.e. a maximum 150€/kWh;
• Protection of European technology.
Project organisation
Carbon host
MPI
Zeolite host
CO-NOT
Electrolytes
modelling and
fomulation
Sulphur impregnation
CHALMERS/
NIC/LRCS
SOLVIONIC
Electrochemical
characterisation
NIC/LRCS
In-situ and ex.situ analytical work
NIC, CNRS (IPREM, ICG-AIME),
ELETTRA, CO-NOT
Integration, scale up, testing, life
cycle assessment and benchmarking
SAFT, RENAULT, ISIT, VOLVO
Active components
preparation
Analytical work
and measurements
Prototype assembling
and testing
WP3: Cathode
for Li-S batteries
MPG
components
compability
WP4: Electrolytes and
separators: Formulation
and Modeling
CHALMERS
analytical results - feedback
WP5: Analytical tools
CNRS/IPREM
WP6: Benchmarking of alternative
sulphur battery configurations
CNRS/LRCS
WP7: Integration, scale up,
testing , life cycle assesment
and benchmarking
SAFT
different generations of Li-S prototypes
components definition and improvements
alternative Li-S batteries
WP1: Coordination and managment
NIC
WP2: System definition
NIC
WP 8: Dissimination and knowledge managment CNRS/LRCS
Work package managment

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