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06.10.2020

Intelligence in Stationary and Industrial Battery Applications

 

 

ALBATTS (Alliance for Batteries Technology, Training and Skills) partnership released detailed report with desk research results in Stationary and Industrial Battery Applications subsector. The report will be updated based on the latest findings in the following years.

 

First delivery of this report covers intelligence in the whole battery value chain from raw materials to second use and recycling of the batteries. The report provides first results of the desk research covering relevant drivers of change, sectoral stakeholders and the state of the art of the technologies and job roles and skills needed for stationary and industrial battery applications with a focus on energy storages in grid and off-grid applications, telecom base stations and other heavy-duty applications.

 

 

For the full report, please see here, or see the specific chapters under following links:

 

- Raw materials and Processing

 Components and Cell Manufacturing

 Module and Battery pack

 Battery Integration

Operation, Repair, and Maintenance

Second Life

Recycling

 

 

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