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Sustainable mobility solutions through EU-funded projects

With the rapid advancement of electric vehicle (EV) technology, innovative solutions are shaping the future of transportation. The demand for sustainable alternatives to traditional vehicles continues to rise, and innovative projects like ENERGETIC and the VEHICLE project are leading the charge. The transition to electric vehicles holds the promise of mitigating carbon emissions and reducing […]

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Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences (HKA) mobilises ENERGETIC Sensor Data Transfer 

The Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences – Hochschule Karlsruhe (HKA) is one of the largest and most research-intensive Universities of Applied Sciences in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, with excellent, application-orientated and practice-ready research and development. HKA’s research landscape is shaped by 6 faculties, 13 research institutes and further transfer institutions with a wide range of disciplines from

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ENERGETIC and NEXTBAT powering innovation together: bridging industry and research in battery breakthroughs

In the dynamic landscape of battery innovation, collaboration between academia and industry has emerged as a pivotal driver of progress. EU projects in this field leverage the advantages of collaborative efforts among research and industrial partners within their consortia, facilitating a smooth transition from theoretical research to tangible applications. The synergy between research and industry

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Europe’s Battery Innovation: ENERGETIC’s alignment with the updated SRIA by BATT4EU

The European battery landscape is evolving rapidly, driven by ambitious goals for sustainable and competitive future. Recently, BatteriesEurope and BEPA unveiled the updated Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) on February 15th, outlining key imperatives to bolster the European battery sector’s competitiveness and sustainability. Through this article, we will delve into the highlights of this

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ENERGETIC makes strides in Japan and South Korea

In January 2024, Tedjani Mesbahi, associate professor at INSA Strasbourg and ICube laboratory, and the scientific coordinator of ENERGETIC, traveled to Japan and South Korea to participate in an international mission focused on the hydrogen and battery ecosystem, as well as decarbonization strategy. This mission was organised by the Pôle véhicule du futur (PVF) in

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ENERGETIC 2nd Consortium Meeting in Karlsruhe

ENERGETIC held its second Consortium Meeting in Karlsruhe, Germany, in month 9 of the project. Last week, on February 1st, 2024, the University of Applied Sciences – Karlsruhe (HKA) hosted the second general assembly of ENERGETIC. With 30 representatives from all partners in attendance, the gathering marked a significant step forward in the collaborative effort

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ENERGETIC project starts during the 12th and 13th July 2023 Kick-off Meeting in Strasbourg

The ENERGETIC project hosted an in-person Kick-off Meeting to begin its activities. The ENERGETIC project held its Kick-of Meeting (KoM) on the past 13th and 14th July 2023. The KoM gathered a big number of attendees in Strasbourg, France representing the 14 partners of the consortium formed by seven countries – France, Luxembourg, United Kingdom,

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The ENERGETIC project will develop the next generation BMS for optimizing batteries’ systems

Funded by the Horizon Europe programme under Grant Agreement nº 101103667, ENERGETIC will run for 39 months with a budget of four million euros. ENERGETIC is a new project, funded by the Horizon Europe program under Grant Agreement nº 101103667 and led by INSA Strasbourg. ENERGETIC aims to develop the next generation BMS for optimizing

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