Helmholtz Institute Ulm

Helmholtz Institute Ulm

The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is one of the leading research and educational institution with a world-class competence, covering a complete range of fundamental research to close-to-industry, applied research, and from small research partnerships to long-term large-scale research projects. KIT oversees the Helmholtz Institute of Ulm (HIU), a centre of excellence on fundamental and applied material research for the next generation electrochemical energy storage technologies. HIU focuses on the five main components of the electrochemical energy storage, namely in electrochemistry, materials science, theory and modelling of (electro) chemical processes, system considerations and analytical tools.
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21 May 2021

Redox Flow Batteries 2021-2031

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1 Sep 2020

Potential Stationary Energy Storage Technologies to Monitor

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12 May 2020

The Hydrogen Economy, Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Production Methods

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24 Oct 2019

Calcium batteries: New electrolytes, enhanced properties

Calcium-based batteries promise to reach a high energy density at low manufacturing costs. This lab-scale technology has the potential for replacing lithium-ion technology in future energy storage systems.
28 Mar 2019

Europe-wide research for future batteries

To successfully implement the energy transition and to store regenerative energy, better batteries are required. The European research initiative BATTERY 2030+ brings together leading scientists and companies from all over Europe to achieve major progress in battery science and technology.
21 Aug 2018

New benchmarks in energy storage research

Electrochemical energy storage is a key technology of the 21st century. Now, the Center for Electrochemical Energy Storage Ulm & Karlsruhe, one of the most ambitious research platforms in this area worldwide, has started operation.
11 May 2017

Hard Carbons For Na-Ion Batteries

Helmholtz Institute Ulm, Germany
9 Mar 2017

Energy Storage Innovations Europe 2017

The field of battery energy storage is set to grow significantly over the coming years. The question that incumbents, raw materials suppliers, end users, and innovators are all asking themselves is whether Li-ion batteries will keep the lion's share of the market, or whether disruptive innovation will drive technology diversification according to applications.
25 Feb 2016

Organic waste for sustainable batteries

A carbon-based active material produced from apple leftovers and a material of layered oxides might help reduce the costs of future energy storage systems.
10 Feb 2015

IDTechEx report from the first major supercapacitor event of 2015

This article focuses on the highlights of the second day of the AABC Conference 2015 in Mainz Germany, specifically in the Electrochemical Capacitor Symposium.
28 Nov 2014

New electrolyte developed for magnesium-sulfur batteries

A research group has developed an electrolyte which allows the construction of magnesium - sulfur battery cells.