Short introduction of partner
AVESTA Battery & Energy Engineering (ABEE) is a dynamic engineering company specialized in the field of battery processing, manufacturing, battery system design, Battery Management Systems (BMS), prototyping, and recycling and in particular for advanced Li-ion and solid-state battery technology.
ABEE is supporting the industry in the development of tailored made solutions from battery materials to recycling for automotive and stationary applications through development of dedicated multiscale simulation tools and functions embedded in different platforms. In addition, ABEE has state of the art battery manufacturing infrastructures and battery system design platforms. In this regard, ABEE has state of the art electrode processing pilot line for advanced Li-ion, solid state batteries (oxide and sulfide) and innovative solutions for LiM coating. ABEE pilot line will be integrated within a unique dry room of 250m2 with dew point of -60°C. Further, ABEE has extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of artificial intelligence techniques, state estimations for batteries and process modeling.
Why do they participate in FLEXSHIP and why is FLEXSHIP important for ABEE?
ABEE is participating in the FLEXSHIP project because of their expertise in battery processing, manufacturing, and system design. As a partner in this project, ABEE is contributing their knowledge and resources to the development of advanced battery technologies that can be used in vessels. Specifically, ABEE is likely focused on developing tailored-made battery solutions that can meet the unique demands of the maritime industry, such as high energy density, improved safety features thanks to battery thermal management systems (BTMS), and increased durability.
The FLEXSHIP project is important for ABEE for several reasons. Firstly, it provides an opportunity for ABEE to further advance their expertise in the field of battery technology, particularly as it relates to marine applications. By working with other partners in the project, ABEE can gain new insights and knowledge that can be applied to their own work. Secondly, the FLEXSHIP project is likely to result in the development of new battery technologies that can be commercialized in the maritime industry, which could create new business opportunities for ABEE. Finally, participating in projects like FLEXSHIP can help raise ABEE’s profile in the industry and position them as a leading provider of battery solutions for a wide range of applications, including marine vessels.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under grant agreement no. 101095863.