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Innovations are part of the E-Lyte DNA

 

The development of novel cell systems is taking place at a rapid pace. Today, it has no longer been a matter of merely optimizing existing systems with regard to on key performance parameter. New approaches are constantly being tried out, which place very high demands on the individual cell components, especially the electrolyte. In most cases, new cell types and cell chemistries no longer work with state-of-the-art electrolyte solutions. Even with an incremental optimization of the electrolyte, completely new approaches quickly reach their limits. In order to be able to offer a solution for our customers in these cases as well, we conduct extensive R&D activities within the framework of highly innovative research projects. These projects focus to replace the status quo with radical electrolyte approaches. Further, they help us to understand errors and beneficial mechanisms in detail so that we can speed up our customer-specific electrolyte development process. In addition, they allow us to reduce the use of toxic electrolyte components or the CO2 footprint in the electrolyte production of upcoming formulations.

Funded project ENTISE

Development of sodium-ion technology for industrially scalable energy storage.
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