The Basque research center, CIC energiGUNE, is leading a European project that aims to develop batteries that contribute to mitigating the impact of climate change.
CIC energiGUNE, a research center specialized in electrochemical and thermal energy storage, is leading a project presented in Europe for the creation of organic redox flow batteries that will be linked to renewable energy systems to reduce climate change.
Higreew, with a budget of 3.78 million euros, aims to develop an organic water-based electrolyte that will be integrated into the battery and will lead to a price of 0.05 kWH/cycle in 2030.
Complete article in spanish: https://www.eitb.eus/es/noticias/sociedad/detalle/6945655/cic-energiune-trabaja-crear-baterias-especificas-energias-renovables/
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