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WEBCAST: H2020 Briefing Webinar on the 2019 Batteries Funding Calls

Event details
Wednesday, 6 February 2019
13:00 pm – 14:30 pm
This event will be live streamed via webcast
Overview
This webinar will give an overview of H2020 BATTERY RELATED Call topics, and support available for UK organisations in how to apply for funding.

DRAFT AGENDA

– Introduction, Claire Claessen, KTN

– Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: Next Generation Batteries, Background and Call topics, European Commission

– A large scale research initiative on Future Battery Technologies, Stafford Lloyd, UK National Contact Point for Future Emerging Technologies

– Support for UK organisations, UK National Contact Point

– UK participation in Horizon 2020, Stephen Alexander, UK National Contact Point for Legal and Financial

– Q&A

Two Calls will be covered in the scope of the webinar. More details on each of the Calls are below:

NEW CROSS-CUTTING CALL: BUILDING A LOW-CARBON, CLIMATE RESILIENT FUTURE: NEXT-GENERATION BATTERIES (H2020-LC-BAT-2019-2020)

BACKGROUND

The topics contained within this Call cover a spectrum of activities in the field of electric batteries technology: short term research for advanced Li-ion electrochemistry and production processes, short to medium term research for solid-state electrochemistry, modelling tools, new materials for stationary electric batteries, hybridisation of battery systems, next generation batteries for stationary energy storage, next generation and validation of battery packs and battery management systems, networking of pilot lines and skills development and training.

In 2019, a share of €114 million will be available to fund projects in the seven topics of the Call. The application period will start on 24th January 2019 and the deadline for applications is the 25th April 2019. For more information on the call, click here.

CALL TOPICS

LC-BAT-1-2019 Strongly improved, highly performant and safe all solid state batteries for electric vehicles

LC-BAT-2-2019 Strengthening EU materials technologies for non-automotive battery storage

LC-BAT-3-2019 Modelling and simulation for Redox Flow Battery development

LC-BAT-4-2019 Advanced Redox Flow Batteries for stationary energy storage

LC-BAT-5-2019 Research and innovation for advanced Li-ion cells (generation 3b)

LC-BAT-6-2019 Li-ion Cell Materials & Transport Modelling

LC-BAT-7-2019 Network of Li-ion cell pilot lines

 

NEW CROSS-CUTTING CALL: A LARGE-SCALE RESEARCH INITIATIVE ON FUTURE BATTERY TECHNOLOGIES (H2020-BATFLAG-2020)

BACKGROUND

At the dawn of a new, connected, green era – represented by autonomous vehicles, smart cities, smart grids based on renewable energy sources, drone aircrafts, robotic devices, – reliable and safe batteries with ultra-high performance are becoming essential. Novel cross disciplinary approaches empowered by digital technologies can accelerate research on the next generations of smart, safe and high-performing batteries. They will provide Europe with a competitive advantage in the fast growing market of electro-chemical energy storage and will be key for the development of a world-class European industry capable of addressing the needs of many sectors, including e-mobility and renewable energy storage.

In 2020, a share of €47 million will be available to fund projects in five topics of the Call. The application period will start on 9th July 2019 and the deadline for applications is the 14th January 2020. This Call kick-starts the support to a large scale research initiative on Future Battery Technologies. More information on the Call will be published soon.

CALL TOPICS

BATFLAG-01-2020 Novel methodologies for autonomous discovery of advanced battery chemistries

BATFLAG-02-2020 Sensing functionalities for smart battery cell chemistries

BATFLAG-03-2020 Self-healing functionalities for long lasting battery cell chemistries

BATFLAG-04-2020 Coordinate and support the large scale research initiative on Future Battery Technologies

Click on the link below to register for this webinar.

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