JAN 09 2019

CIC energiGUNE partner of LISA project, already under way


LISA, standing for LIthium sulphur for SAfe road electrification, is a Research & Development project, granted 7.9M€ by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 814471.

This project, consisting of 13 partners including CIC energiGUNE, has officially started on January 1, 2019 and will run for 43 months.

The goal of LISA is to develop a high energy and safe lithium-sulphur (Li-S) battery cells with hybrid solid state no-flammable electrolytes for automotive integration. The cell aims to be validated at 20Ah according to EUCAR industrial standards. In addition, LISA will solve specific lithium sulphur batteries bottlenecks such as metallic lithium protection, power rate, and volumetric energy density. A target has also been set for production cost, as it is the main selection criteria for EVs batteries.


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