CIC energiGUNE develops state-of-the-art energy storage technologies for stationary applications such as the integration of renewable generation, support for the management of electricity networks, micro-networks, self-consumption, lighting, support for electric vehicle recharging networks, etc.
In all these applications, the activity is focused on improving the behavior of batteries and supercapacitors according to the final use conditions in order to optimize their operation. It also addresses the scaling and prototyping of new technologies with the aim of reaching their industrialization.
CIC energiGUNE also participates in the ETIP Batteries Europe, where it is co-chair with Iberdrola of the stationary applications working group.
On the other hand, many of the stationary storage systems will come from second-life batteries in the future. The CIC energiGUNE team has relevant experience in the design for cell recycling, in the development of recycling technologies for battery components and supercapacitors and in the second life of storage systems.
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