LISA Project

The ProjectObjectives

Optimising Li-S components and battery cells for automotive integration

LISA is focused on optimising Li-S components and cells through new and significantly improved materials and innovative processes. This project directly builds on the results of the ALISE project, in which more than hundred pouch cells have been produced, and the first 2 kWh PHEV LiS battery module has been delivered. Nevertheless, there were key bottlenecks encountered during the project such as the safety, the volumetric energy density, the power rate and the cycle life.

LISA proposes the development of high energy and safe LiS battery solving the problems of the cells developed in ALISE. The sustainability of the technology will be assessed from an environmental and economic perspective.

Objectives:

The overall objective of the LISA project is to demonstrate the technology by developing Li-S cells with significantly higher performance, costs and safety levels.

 

 

 

    The specific objectives of LISA are:

    LISA technology has a low environmental impact and is fully compatible with mass production by green and low-energy processes. The use of natural graphite, cobalt and nickel is discarded, delivering a technology free of critical raw materials and toxic components.

    LISA technology has a low environmental impact and is fully compatible with mass production by green and low-energy processes. The use of natural graphite, cobalt and nickel is discarded, delivering a technology free of critical raw materials and toxic components.