Battery Innovation Roadmap 2030

EUROBAT launched its “Battery Innovation Roadmap 2030” White Paper at a webinar in June 2020, attended by over 300 people. It featured Executive Vice-President of the European Commission Frans Timmerman and MEP Claudia Gamon, alongside EUROBAT’s Christian Rosenkranz and Bernhard Riegel. 

The Roadmap demonstrates the strong innovation potential of all battery technologies  to cater for the specific requirements of a multitude of applications in the coming years. As an essential technology contributing to decarbonisation across a number of sectors – including transport, energy, logistics, production and telecommunications – batteries will play a crucial role in supporting the European Green Deal and enabling a ‘green recovery’ from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Battery Innovation Roadmap 2030

The “Battery Innovation Roadmap 2030” complements the EUROBAT “Election Manifesto 2019-2024” and provides the technical background to the innovation potential of the key battery technologies to support and guide policymakers. Consequently, it focuses on a variety of critical applications, identifying the key battery performances to be improved in order to meet future requirements for the applications they will serve.