Coordinating energy research for a low carbon Europe
The 10th and 11th October, INL (International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory) is hosting the Mission 10000: Batteries conference. After the success of the 2018 edition, this program will give continuity to the nanoGateway collaborative initiative.
Battery storage is a key component in Europe’s decarbonization efforts and transition towards sustainable energy. The electrification of vehicles and the widespread implementation of renewable energy will challenge current battery technologies, demanding higher energy density and rate capability, lower cost and lower environmental impact.
It is difficult to predict the dominant battery technology of the future, therefore efforts have been made to develop a comprehensive EU strategy for battery storage research, innovation, and industry.
The Mission 10.000: Batteries brings together researchers, innovators, and policy-makers to discuss the current and future trends in battery storage.
More information on the nanoGateway website.