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In future household and transportation applications intermittent energy sources such as solar or wind power, will be increasingly used and will result in a growing need for storage of the produced energy. For this, the Li-ion batteries and supercapacitors are good candidates but they still present too high security risks for these applications (fire, explosion ...). The objective of this project is to develop new liquid electrolytes with lower flammability, and greater chemical stability compared to conventional organic electrolytes.

Project benefits

Suivi de projet - Fin du projet : 3

Thèse : 6

Brevet : 3

Publication scientifique : 15

Nouveau projet : 12

Emplois crées : 3

People involved in the project

Project leader

Member partner

No member partner

Université QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY BELFAST

Information of the project

Start of the project on01 / 10 / 2015 | End of project on31 / 12 / 2018


Strategic business lines

Smart power grids

Bâtiments intelligents

Smart power grids


Referent of the project

Nicolas POUSSET
Directeur Technique

07 86 53 38 70

nicolas.pousset-s2e2-ext@st.com

Centre val de loire

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