Battery activities at Haldor Topsoe A/S

Haldor Topsoe A/S has a long history of being on the forefront of research and of being proactive regarding new technologies. Haldor Topsoe has of course been active on a large number of aspects regarding catalyst development, but also other types of research have reached far. Examples of this are the super conductor development, the …

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Battery Activities at DTU Energy Conversion: From fundamental mechanisms to applications

The activities at DTU Energy Conversion span a wide range of different aspects of battery materials and technologies, ranging from the fundamental understanding of mechanisms in novel battery chemistries over in situ characterization of transport and degradation mechanisms to commercial applications and testing of battery modules. Common for the activities is a close integration of …

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Nokia, the Battery Group 2004 and the Danish Electric Car Committee

1. Batteries for Mobile Phones – Nokia     – research on future chemistries     – validation of suppliers     – system optimization   2. Batterigruppen 2004 – BG-04      – exchange of knowledge and experience in area of battery application and chemistries        3. Dansk Elbil Komite – DELK      – provide information on electric …

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Battery activities at AAU: UPS, APU, automotive and grid connected systems

The increasing amount of renewable energy available in the energy system imposes challenges of predicting the fluctuating energy demand and production. Batteries are seen in more and more applications because they provide advantageous and necessary efficient electrical energy storage capabilities. The talk will present the activities at the Department of Energy Technology involving research from …

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Battery research at SDU and IISc, Bangalore, India: Li-ion microbatteries

Li-ion microbatteries may fill a nieche of applications in compact devices, if they can be manufactured on-location in circuits, or in packages with compact dimensions, and with long life expectancies. The methods of fabrications involve depositions of thin films (electrodes and electrolytes), contacting, and packaging. So far, the development of suitable sputter targets for deposition …

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Battery activities at AU: Hydrothermal synthesis of battery materials

Recently, the development of hybrid and electrical vehicles and energy storage devices has raised the requirement on high–rate ability, safety and cyclability of lithium ion batteries. Use of carefully structured nanosized electrode materials is an effective approach to improve the high–rate ability. The AU battery activities focus on nanosized materials, and battery materials are synthesized …

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Life time predictions of the lithium ion batteries in the Virtual Power Plant

Future large wind power plants (WPP) will be intended to function like conventional power plants seen from the transmission system point of view, by complying with grid codes and providing ancillary services. This can be possible by integration of battery energy storage systems (BESS) into the so called Virtual Power Plants (VPP). Relatively young storage …

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DANIONICS A/S, 1994 – 2005

Danionics A/S was active in the period 1994 to 2005 in Odense, Denmark doing research, development and manufacturing of lithium ion batteries for portable electronics. The founders of Danionics came from the battery environment in Fyn, originating from the research activities started at SDU and with the creation of “Energilaboratoriet” in Odense by Johannes Jensen …

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Fundamental considerations on energy density, power density and safety of batteries

The presentation will give a brief analysis of the possibilities that the periodic table give us for construction of batteries with high energy densities. As power densities are as important as energy densities, the importance of the characters of electrolyte and electrodes (liquid, solid, porosity, structure), and of the nature of the electrode reactants (solid, …

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Challenges and considerations when starting up Li ion battery research – from a practical point of view.

Research within the field of Li ion batteries is very popular all over the world, with a large commercial interest. This makes it very interesting, but also challenging, to start up a new research group. The presentation will describe some of the considerations and challenges you encounter when starting up research within the field on …

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