05 March 2023
Dependence and scarcity: the problem with batteries
Duration: 1 September 2021 - 30 October 2023
The REACT-EU project aims at accelerating the development of technical skills and building a supply chain through a public-private partnership by developing battery packs/systems, carrying out tests and simulations and by means of assembly/production activities. In concrete terms, the acquired knowledge will help improve battery packs and pilot assembly lines in preparation for serial battery production in 2023. This project will serve as a basis for the development of the Battery Competence Center’s wider battery ecosystem and help partners realize that multiple projects are needed to develop a broad set of skills. The REACT-EU project will be used to develop parts of the required skills.
The React-EU project is supported by the European Regional Development Fund and the Province of North-Brabant as part of OPZuid.
Below a summary of the important (technical) results of the project:
Duration: 1 October 2021 to 31 December 2024
The Green Transport Delta-Electrification project aims to develop a strong battery ecosystem in the Netherlands and accelerate the transition to climate-neutral mobility.
Under the leadership of VDL Nedcar, the project partners are working on the development of: