Future electro-mobility concepts require advanced battery technologies. Main drawbacks today are restrictions in energy density and cycle durability. The presented invention provides an advanced material that helps to overcome these problems.
Extended laboratory tests have already demonstrated the advantages of the invented material for use in lithium-ion battery anodes. Further improvement is currently under development at the MEET battery research center. PROvendis offers licenses for this invention to interested companies on behalf of the University of Muenster, Germany.
A patent application for this technology has been filed at the German Patent Office (DPMA) and worldwide protection is still possible. The application has not yet been disclosed. A further detailed description of the invention and scientific results can be given on request.