The EUROLIS project aims to develop a sustainable and advanced lithium sulphur battery for automotive use.
The project is part of the European 7th Framework Programme and of the European Green Car Initiative.
The progress in the project relies on deep analytical work supported by theoretical calculations and unified characterisation tools which will lead to innovative approaches supported by full understanding of Li-S battery electrochemical behaviour within different configurations. The optimal configuration of the electrolyte, separator and cathode composite will be scaled up and used in cells applicable to electric vehicles.