LISA is developing high energy and safe Lithium-Sulfur batteries for electric vehicles using innovative solid-state concepts and with a focus on circular economy. But which are the most relevant part of the batteries on which LISA is working? And how is the project’s development process?
Battery parts in which LISA is working on (boosting cell capabilities):
LISA works mainly on 4 parts of the batteries: (1) the cathode, (2) the anode, (3) the catholyte and (4) the electrolyte. The cathode is a High Density Sulfur Carbon cathode, the anode is a High Power Metallic Lithium anode and the electrolyte is a Solid-State one.
The project is being developed in 3 stages: (1) cell specifications, (2) cell manufacturing and (3) circular economy.
Have a look to the project’s infography to learn more about it!