Project ALBATTS

Results highlights

Work Package 3

D3.3 Desk Research & Data Analysis - Release 1
D3.3 Desk Research & Data Analysis - Release 1
State-of-the-art overview of the battery value chain from raw materials to recycling. 
 
D3.4 Survey Results for Battery Sector
D3.4 Survey Results for Battery Sector

Results of the survey were analysed from the perspectives of battery applications and of industrial stakeholders and education providers.

Highlights: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8

D3.5 Analysis of Future Needs - Release 1
D3.5 Analysis of Future Needs - Release 1
These key messages and needs emerged from the main findings on sectoral intelligence following the workshops organized in January 2021 with the purpose of discussing the EU battery sector needs.
 

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D3.6 Analysis of Sectoral Intelligence - Release 1
D3.6 Analysis of Sectoral Intelligence - Release 1

The first release of the sectoral skills intelligence covering the whole European battery value chain from raw materials to recycling of batteries in terms of skills needs, job roles needs and recommendations.

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D3.6 Analysis of Sectoral Intelligence - Release 1
D3.6 Analysis of Sectoral Intelligence - Release 1

Find which are the sectoral key steps of the first version of the Sectoral Skills Strategy and their corresponding needed actions. They will serve as a roadmap for the skills agenda within the battery sector.

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D3.7 Desk Research & Data Analysis - Release 2
D3.7 Desk Research & Data Analysis - Release 2

Highlights coming soon

Work Package 4

D4.8 Sectoral Intelligence definition for sub-sector ISIBA - Release 2
D4.8 Sectoral Intelligence definition for sub-sector ISIBA - Release 2

In this deliverable we cover the information yielded by the work conducted by Work Package 4 during the past year, covering the following deliverables:

 

  • Skills and Job Roles in Battery Applications Supporting the Modern Society - D4.7 Desk research and data analysis for sub-sector ISIBA- Release 3
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  • ALBATTS Workshops: Stationary Battery Applications, Job Roles & Skills - D4.4 Future Needs Definition for sub-sector ISIBA - Release 2

 

Similar to WP5, this report serves as input to the coming WP3 Sectoral Intel report.

D4.1 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1
D4.1 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1

The first iteration of the report covers stationary battery use in energy storage systems in grid and off-grid applications, in telecom base stations and discusses the use of energy storages in other heavy-duty applications.

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D4.2 Survey Results for Sub-sector Stationary & Industrial Applications of Batteries
D4.2 Survey Results for Sub-sector Stationary & Industrial Applications of Batteries
According to the survey data, the most significant drivers of change within the battery sector are "climate goals, regulation & environmental challenges”. "Reducing CO2 emissions”, “access to raw materials“, “global technical harmonisation & standardisation” and "cybersecurity“ are listed among the most influential factors.
 

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D4.3 Future Needs Definition for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1
D4.3 Future Needs Definition for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1
Important battery topics were discussed in the workshop webinars of January 2021, which brought together industry and education experts to discuss the latest developments in the rapidly increasing electrification of our society with the application of batteries in various areas of business and life.
 

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D4.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA – Release 2
D4.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA – Release 2

Gigafactories, those large battery manufacturing plants - do you know how they operate? What departments do they consist of? What kind of job roles, skills and competences are needed in them?

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D4.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA – Release 2
D4.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector ISIBA – Release 2
Learn about the timeline of the EU Batteries and Waste Directive and how the coming Battery Passport, discussed in this desk research, would be integrated into the directive.
 

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D4.5 Sectoral Intelligence Definition for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1
D4.5 Sectoral Intelligence Definition for Sub-sector ISIBA - Release 1
There is a wide spectrum of applications for stationary batteries from base stations to grid systems. Find out about the trends affecting them. Learn about the related job roles, skills and competences.
 

Work Package 5

D5.1 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1
D5.1 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1

An analysis covering the whole battery value chain from raw materials mining and processing up to second use and recycling - key drivers of change, stakeholders, state-of the-art technologies, job roles, skills and education opportunities. The Operation, repair and maintenance chapter focuses on electric passenger cars and maritime vessels.

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D5.2 Survey Results for Sub-sector Mobile Battery Applications
D5.2 Survey Results for Sub-sector Mobile Battery Applications

A skills intelligence survey with focus on mobile battery applications was distributed in 2020/21 providing insights into the drivers of change and needs in terms of selected skills and job roles of various stakeholders throughout the battery value chain.

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D5.3 Future Needs Definition for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1
D5.3 Future Needs Definition for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1

In the first round of webinars organised by the ALBATTS project, the sector needs in terms of skills and job roles relevant to automotive and maritime vessels battery applications have been identified.

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D5.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 2
D5.4 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 2

An analysis of the most promising future battery technology concepts such as the possible improvements to the widely used Lithium-ion technology, Lithium-sulphur, Sodium-ion technology, structural batteries, supercapacitors and ultracapacitors,  as well as the fuel cell technology with the focus on relevant job roles and skills.

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D5.5 Sectoral Intelligence Definition for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1
D5.5 Sectoral Intelligence Definition for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 1

A report on emerging trends, required skills and expertise relevant to operation, repair and maintenance of electric passenger cars and maritime vessels as well as recommendations for the sector´s future development in the competence area.

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D5.7 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 3
D5.7 Desk Research & Data Analysis for Sub-sector IMBA - Release 3

Intelligence on skills needs related to mobile battery applications in the following categories: design and development, manufacturing, maintenance, sales, services & support and technical management.


Work Package 6

D6.1 Report on State-of-the-Art of Job Roles & Education in the Sector
D6.1 Report on State-of-the-Art of Job Roles & Education in the Sector
The point of departure for the development work, describing where we stand as we start our European-level Blueprint work on Batteries and Electromobility.
 
D6.2 Training & Education Work Plan
D6.2 Training & Education Work Plan

An analysis of the factors to be taken into consideration when developing vocational education and training for the battery sector from EQF level 3-8.

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