Researchers at the University of Uppsala in Sweden have developed a technology that can make batteries from ordinary paper fibers and, with the support of a local company, have implemented experimental production on a special paper machine FEX for the first time. This is considered to be an important step in the industrial production of electrode materials. Maria, Professor of Nanotechnology, Department of functional Materials, Nanotechnology and Engineering Sciences, University of Uppsala? “this is a big step for us,” Stomi said. “We are seeing a concept born in a test tube applied to a large paper machine.” She said that at present, battery materials are ready for commercial testing and remain committed to finding possible partners in energy storage and other electrochemical applications. The next step is to further product development and find partners for industrial scale production.
Post time: Aug-12-2019