Lithium-ion batteries are a key technology for e-mobility.
The HiQ-CARB project team has set itself the goal of developing more sustainable carbon black additives for lithium-ion batteries.
Greener carbons for sustainable batteries
Press release on the achievements after first half of the project work
Upscaling in progress!
By the end of 2021, a major upscaling success has already been achieved: the Carbon Nano Tube synthesis has been improved and brought to batch size > 1 t. And wet-beaded acetylene black production was also ramped up to a batch size of > 80 t. A great success in...
Stepstone for sustainable batteries – greener carbons
Lithium-ion batteries require in addition to lithium ions a number of sophisticated functional materials for their performance. Some of them sound rather unspectacular: conductive additives. In fact, conductive additives like carbon black or carbon nanotubes are a...
The official kick-off meeting of the HiQ-CARB project took place on March 12 as an online event. The meeting was attended by 20 project partners and representatives of the EIT RawMaterials. The expert meeting provided a platform for an intensive exchange of knowledge...