Full stack evolution for the future of energy
Based on proprietary knowledge, GES is developing the upscaling phase of the hybrid system prototype, from lab-scale to real-size.
The innovative results coming from the R&D activities are going to be protected with new patents.
The Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) EuBatIn has been
approved by the European Commission and the Italian Ministry of Economic
Development as part of the State Aid Rules. The main goal is to develop a
disruptive flow battery system made of highly innovative and sustainable
materials to unlock the full technological potential of the battery value chain in
Europe. The total project cost is € 62.4M with a public contribution of € 61.5M,
covering both RDI and First Industrial Deployment (FID) phases
Within the H2020-FTI program with a total value of €2M, Green Energy Storage took part in the Greenernet project, in partnership with Aarhus Universitet, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata and the companies Engineering and Evopro Innovation KFT.
At the end of the project, GES developed 4 pre commercial prototypes of an innovative flow battery, based on Harvard patent, each of them characterized by 2,5 kW of Power and 10 kWh of Energy, assembled together inside of a nanogrid and controlled by a Battery Management System (“BMS”) specifically developed.
GES took part in the COMESTO project, promoted by the Italian Ministry for University and Research, with other 14 partners (such as Enel Distribuzione, ENEA, FBK and a few universities).
The main goal of the project was implementing and testing a hybrid nano grid system for private users, able to integrate different systems for the generation of energy from renewable sources, storage systems, micro cogeneration and generation systems. Moreover, the project includes the development of a dedicated platform for the energy management of an Energy Storage Community.
Within the project Greenersys, sponsored by the Provincia Autonoma di Trento, GES developed a new design for the cell and a complete battery system, with the main goal of reducing production costs and increasing the performance.
In collaboration with the Dutch Institute for Fundamental Energy Research (DIFFER) and the Dutch NWO organization, GES works to identify a new material dedicated to flow batteries.
The goal is to identify molecules with peculiar features, through computational chemical models and calculations, realizing a database and carrying out subsequent lab tests
Kyoto Club is a non-profit organisation whose members are engaged in reaching the greenhouse gas reduction targets set by the Kyoto Protocol, by the EU ones for 2030 and by the December 2015 Paris Agreement. To reach its goals, Kyoto Club promotes awareness-raising initiatives, information and training to foster energy efficiency, renewable energy sources, waste reduction and recycling and sustainable agriculture and mobility.
The Association aims at supporting the exchange of information and best practices on Life Cycle Assessment methodology in Italy and at fostering networking activities between different actors through working groups and annual events as well as training on LCA method.
The European Battery Alliance is a unique platform for more than 600 industrial, innovation and academia stakeholders, with the objective of building a strong pan-European battery industry that is able to help Europe capture a growing market worth 250B€/year from 2025.
Batteries Europe is the technology and innovation platform of the EBA. It aims to accelerate the establishment of a competitive European battery industry, driving the implementation of battery-related research and innovation actions of the SET Plan and of the STRIA.
BEPA is the private side association of the Batteries European Partnership under Horizon Europe. It aims to boost a competitive and sustainable European battery value chain for stationary applications and e-mobility and to drive the transformation towards a carbon-neutral society.
BATTERY 2030+ is the large-scale and long-term European research initiative with the vision of inventing the sustainable batteries of the future, providing European industry with disruptive technologies and a competitive edge throughout the battery value chain.