Next Generation Batteries

based on Understanding
of Materials Interfaces

BatteryNL will realize safer next-generation batteries with higher energy densities and longer cycle life, as demanded by a society based on renewable energy sources.

Making use of the unique knowledge position of the Netherlands, the heart of these desired batteries, the electrolyte-electrode interface, will be investigated to reveal the bottle-neck processes, and improved with scalable interface technology. To achieve successful integration, the societal and economic impact will be evaluated with the key stakeholders. Hereby the consortium, existing of experts within academics, high-tech startups, multinationals and societal partners creates a crucial position for the development of next-battery technology.

Latest news

In search of the coveted safer, better, longer-lasting battery: BatteryNL kicks off

In search of the coveted safer, better, longer-lasting battery: BatteryNL kicks off

On the 12th of January a large number of parties involved in the development of batteries in the Netherlands – ...
In search of the coveted safe, better, longer-lasting battery: BatteryNL

In search of the coveted safe, better, longer-lasting battery: BatteryNL

Everyone who works on the development of batteries in the Netherlands, small companies, multinationals and ...
Podcast: My Future Dream Job – ‘Battery Materials Sourcing Engineer’

Podcast: My Future Dream Job – ‘Battery Materials Sourcing Engineer’

The need for radically different usage of our planet's resources has never been so high. There is an increasing ...
Podcast: Next-generation batteries – Moniek Tromp – In Science #35

Podcast: Next-generation batteries – Moniek Tromp – In Science #35

In Science RUG Podcast. Our guest today is Moniek Tromp. She’s a Professor of Materials Chemistry at the Faculty ...

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Partner introduction

Euro Support Advanced Materials BV, Knuth Albertsen
VDL
LithiumWerks
Energy Storage NL
University of Groningen