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ENERGIGUNE ´12

Storage of electrochemical/thermal and marine energy

ENERGIGUNE´12

Participants

  • CIC Energigune (Coordinator)
  • Grupo APERT
  • Dpto.de Electrónica y Telecomunicaciones de UPV-EHU
  • IK4-IKERLAN
  • Azti-Tecnalia
  • Dpto. de Química Inorgánica de UPV-EHU
  • IK4-Cidetec
  • Tecnalia Research and Innovation
  • Dpto. de Ciencias y Técnicas de la Navegación, Máquinas y Construcciones Navales de UPV-EHU

Duration

2012-2014 Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Competitividad- N.º Expediente: IE12-335

Programme

Basque Government: ETORTEK


The strategy of the Energigune’12 project is to advance research in two fields: marine energy and the storage of electrochemical and thermal energy. In this latter field, the project focuses on developing cutting-edge knowledge in the field of metal-air batteries, supercapacitors and charge degradation and modelling.

our contribution

  • At IK4-Ikerlan, we have taken part in the sub-line of research dedicated to charge degradation and modelling. The main aims are to research the benefits of lithium-ion batteries in terms of duration and service life, and to investigate and determine their level of charge and health.
  • Along this line, we have developed a degradation model for LFP/graphite technology, algorithms for estimating the level of charge and health for this technology.
  • Similarly, we have collaborated with CIC EnergiGUNE, in order to determine the mechanisms of degradation.
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