Brussels Research & Innovation Center for Green Technologies (BRING) gives a short story on what problems will FLEXSHIP address

The scientific and technical aspect of the project aims to make advancements in the design of #electrical grids and make AC and DC systems compatible. Improvements in #battery design, such as advanced SoX estimation and thermal management, will lead to high-efficiency and long-lasting batteries. Performance modelling will be developed to optimize #power and #energy management. In the economic aspect, the goal is to scale up large #battery systems and #electric#architectures within five years to prepare for market roll-out and test virtual ships in real-life operational settings. The project also aims to facilitate the transition of the #waterborne sector towards climate neutrality in line with the EU’s #greendeal goals. Citizens living in coastal and river-near cities and areas will benefit from a significant reduction in noise (by 75%) and pollutants (by 100%) compared to #vessels that use combustion engines.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation program under grant agreement no. 101095863.

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