Overview, progress and plans of NRC research in Li-ion battery, fuel cell and Supecap technologies for vehicles electrification

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ConferenceIEEE-Vehicular Power and Propulsion Conference 2015, Oct. 19-22 2015, Montreal, Canada
Subjectbatteries; fuel cell
AbstractNational Research Council Canada (NRC) is a leader in scientific and technical research and it is a major player in R&D of batteries, fuel cell and supercap in Canada. Over the past 3 years, these activities have been oriented to the automotive and stationary applications. One goal is to support the development and growth of a strong Canadian value-chain in batteries that will lower cost and improve performance of xEV batteries. We will present an overview of NRC research and latest developments in the fields Li-ion, Li-air and Zn-air batteries, supercapacitors, and modeling and testing of Li-ion cells and modules. We will also introduce our technology roadmap, current technical capability and future facilities to meet our short-term and longer-term goals.
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AffiliationAutomotive and Surface Transportation; National Research Council Canada
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NRC numberNRC-AST-BOU-0003
NPARC number21277259
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