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Efficient repurposing of 2nd life EV Lithium-Ion batteries to speed up the energy transition to affordable renewable energy storage in social housing.

Wieringen, Maxim van (2018) Efficient repurposing of 2nd life EV Lithium-Ion batteries to speed up the energy transition to affordable renewable energy storage in social housing.

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Abstract:This report consists of a proposal which was submitted to the Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. It is written for a consortium of four partners all from different EU countries. Specifically targeting the Fast Track to Innovation (FTI) call, which aims to reduce time to market for innovative technology and to increase private sector investment in research and innovation. The report follows the structure as required by the Horizon 2020 work-programme 2018-2020. With the rise in sales of Electric Vehicles (EVs), an increasing number of batteries from these vehicles will be reaching their end-of-life in the coming decade. Besides this energy storage is needed to improve grid stability, which is threatened by increasing amounts of energy being produced from renewable energy sources. The consortium provides a solution to these challenges by bringing to market renewable energy storage systems made from upcycled lithium-ion batteries for more access to consistent and affordable energy in social housing across Europe. The report describes the current state of the technology and the steps that will be undertaken to achieve market take-up.
Item Type:Internship Report (Master)
Clients:
Transfer Consultancy, Barcelona, Spain
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:52 mechanical engineering
Programme:Mechanical Engineering MSc (60439)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/79398
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