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PULSELiON: AIT researches efficient production of solid-state batteries


Europe’s objective to have 30 million electric vehicles on the roads by 2030 can only be achieved by large scale European production of highly effective, high-performing batteries. Development of solid-state battery technologies could markedly improve the energy density and safety of lithium metal batteries.

"The PULSELiON project aims to advance the manufacturing process for the next generation of solid-state batteries and to develop a battery with high performance and safety. By adapting pulsed laser deposition technology, we enable efficient and safe manufacturing of battery components - thus we want to make a significant contribution to strengthening European battery production", says AIT battery researcher Artur Tron about the ambitious European research project.

The project video was recently released: