US Energy Dept. Selects National Laboratories To Establish Industry Partnerships For Battery Manufacturing Innovation


Batteries


Published on August 25th, 2020 |
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August 25th, 2020 by  


Article from the US Department of Energy (DOE).

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the selection of 13 projects through a Battery Manufacturing Lab Call with combined funding of almost $15 million over three years. The call sought proposals from the National Laboratories to establish public-private partnerships that address engineering challenges for advanced battery materials and devices, with a focus on de-risking, scaling, and accelerating adoption of new technologies.

“Manufacturing competitiveness is a priority for the Trump Administration,” said Daniel R Simmons, Assistant Secretary for DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE). “DOE’s investments under this opportunity will help accelerate the scientific breakthroughs needed to strengthen U.S. economic leadership in battery manufacturing.”

DOE selected the following projects:

LEAD ORGANIZATIONINDUSTRY PARTNER (LOCATION)TITLE
Argonne National LaboratoryAlbemarle/Ameridia (North Carolina)Advanced Brine Processing to Enable U.S. Lithium Independence
Argonne National LaboratoryHunt Energy Enterprises (Texas)Hydrothermal Production of Single Crystal Ni-rich Cathodes with Extreme Rate Capability
Argonne National LaboratoryKoura Global (Massachusetts)Continuous Flow Reactor Synthesis of Advanced Electrolyte Components for Lithium-Ion Batteries
Argonne National LaboratoryPolyPlus (California)Continuous high yield production of defect-free, ultrathin sulfide glass electrolytes for next generation solid state lithium metal batteries
Argonne National LaboratorySafeLi LLC (Wisconsin)Scale-up Production of Graphene Monoxide for Next-Generation LIB Anodes
Argonne National LaboratorySaint-Gobain Ceramics & Plastics (Pennsylvania)Scaling halide-type solid electrolytes for solid state batteries
Brookhaven National LaboratoryC4V & Primet (New York)Commercially Viable Process for Surface Conditioning of High-Nickel Low-Cobalt Cathodes
Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratorySaint-Gobain Research North America  (Pennsylvania)Scale-Up of Novel Li-Conducting Halide Solid State Battery Electrolyte
National Renewable Energy LaboratoryClarios, Amplitude, Feasible (New York)High-Throughput Laser Processing and Acoustic Diagnostics for Enhanced Battery Performance and Manufacturing
Oak Ridge National LaboratoryPPG (Pennsylvania)High-Energy and High-Power NMP-Free Designer Electrodes with Ultra-Thick Architectures Processed by Multilayer Slot-Die Coating and Electrophoretic Deposition
Oak Ridge National LaboratorySoteria (South Carolina)Multilayer Electrode with Metalized Polymer Current Collector for High-Energy Lithium-Ion Batteries with Extreme-Fast-Charging Capability
Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryAlbemarle (North Carolina)Scaling up of High-Performance Single Crystalline Ni-rich Cathode Materials with Advanced Lithium Salts
Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryAmpcera Inc. (California)Scaling-Up and Roll-to-Roll Processing of Highly Conductive Sulfide Solid-State Electrolytes

The program will be jointly-funded by EERE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office and Vehicle Technologies Office with matching funds from the private sector and investor community. Funds will be awarded directly to the National Laboratories to support work with companies under Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs). A 50/50 cost-share will be required between DOE and the private partner, which can include an in-kind contribution.

This funding opportunity is part of the Energy Storage Grand Challenge, a DOE-wide effort to create and sustain global leadership in energy storage utilization and exports, with a secure domestic manufacturing supply chain that does not depend on foreign sources of critical materials. Visit the Energy Storage Grand Challenge website to learn more.

Featured courtesy of Kyle Field 
 

 


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