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Oud 5 maart 2021, 10:20   #21
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Uit een nieuwe LCA studie van Lund Universiteit (Zweden):

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Northvolt en Cuberg "gaan samenwerken".

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https://cuberg.net/news/northvolt-acquires-cuberg

Northvolt acquires Cuberg to commercialize next-generation battery cells for electromobility

March 10, 2021

Northvolt acquires U.S.-based battery technology company Cuberg and establishes new advanced technology center in Silicon Valley.

Northvolt’s U.S. operations, led by Cuberg, will develop next-generation battery cells for the electromobility market with a lower price point, better performance and increased safety.

Cuberg’s lithium metal technology radically increases energy density and offers minimized scale-up risks and a shortened time to market due to its full compatibility with the lithium-ion manufacturing ecosystem.

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Northvolt today announced the acquisition of Cuberg, Inc., a U.S.-based battery technology company delivering high-performance lithium metal cells produced on existing lithium-ion manufacturing lines for electromobility solutions.

Cuberg spun out of Stanford University in 2015 with the goal of commercializing next-generation battery technology based on a groundbreaking liquid electrolyte combined with a lithium metal anode. Cuberg counts numerous innovative mobility companies among its customers, including Boeing, BETA Technologies, Ampaire, and VoltAero. The company’s investors and financial backers include Boeing HorizonX Ventures, Activate.org, the California Energy Commission, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the TomKat Center at Stanford.

“The Cuberg team has shown exceptional ability to develop world-class technology, proven results and an outstanding customer base in a lean and efficient organization. Combining these strengths with the capabilities and technology of Northvolt allows us to make significant improvements in both performance and safety while driving down cost even further for the next-generation battery cells. This is critical for accelerating the shift to fully electric vehicles and responding to the needs of the leading automotive companies within a relevant time frame,” said Peter Carlsson, CEO and Co-Founder, Northvolt.

Cuberg’s batteries, based on its breakthrough electrolyte technology for lithium metal anode, are optimally designed for commercialization. Validated by trusted third parties, the cells deliver more than 70 percent increased range and capacity versus comparable lithium-ion cells designed for high-rate electric aviation applications. Building on this foundation, Northvolt and Cuberg will mature its automotive and industrial product portfolio with the ambition to industrialize cells in 2025 that exceed 1,000 Wh/L, while meeting the full spectrum of automotive customer requirements.

Critically, Cuberg’s technology addresses the biggest challenge with emerging battery technologies, which is effective manufacturing scale-up. Cuberg has already demonstrated compatibility of its technology with the existing lithium-ion manufacturing ecosystem, which minimizes time to market and enables rapid commercial deployment in the electromobility market. The new technology will be deployed at scale in electromobility markets within three years, beginning with electric aviation.

Northvolt will establish an advanced technology center in Silicon Valley based on the Cuberg acquisition and is actively hiring top battery industry talent to support these efforts. In addition to accelerating the lithium metal cell development and optimizing the technology for automotive applications, the new center will focus on materials research and development for best-in-class lithium-ion anode and electrolyte technologies. The center will enable Northvolt to engage and partner with the leading technology companies and universities in Silicon Valley, with the aim to bridge ongoing research efforts between Europe and North America. It will also serve as a testbed for methodologies leveraging digitalization, artificial intelligence and machine learning.

“We are very excited to join forces with Northvolt to build the future of clean energy together,” said Richard Wang, CEO and Co-Founder of Cuberg. “Northvolt brings incredible technology and manufacturing capabilities that will accelerate the commercialization and adoption of our lithium metal technology. Their deep engineering experience and bold spirit perfectly complement Cuberg’s own culture of rapid innovation.”

About Northvolt

Northvolt is a European supplier of sustainable, high-quality battery cells and systems. Founded to enable the European transition to a decarbonized future, the company has made swift progress on its mission to deliver the world’s greenest lithium-ion battery with a minimal CO2 footprint. Among Northvolt industrial partners and customers are ABB, BMW Group, Scania, Siemens, Vattenfall, Vestas and the Volkswagen Group. For more information visit northvolt.com.

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Oud 10 maart 2021, 19:38   #23
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HVO... lol.

Uit een nieuwe LCA studie van Lund Universiteit (Zweden):

Bijlage 113963
429 gr CO2/kWh nemen ze als 2020 gemiddelde voor electriciteit in de EU.

Omhoog getrokken door Duitsland, Polen, etc...en straks ook Belgie
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429 gr CO2/kWh nemen ze als 2020 gemiddelde voor electriciteit in de EU.

Omhoog getrokken door Duitsland, Polen, etc...en straks ook Belgie
Bron?

275 g CO2 eq/kWh in 2019 volgens EAA met verder dalende tendens, grafisch:

Citaat:
https://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-m...id_chart_11111

Greenhouse gas emission intensity of electricity generation
Created 13 Nov 2020 Published 08 Dec 2020
Last modified 08 Dec 2020
Table 1990 tem 2019:
Citaat:
https://www.eea.europa.eu/data-and-m...download.table
Date Member State index Indicative level - high Indicative level - low
1990 European Union - 28 countries (2013-2020) 544.0
1990 European Union - 27 countries (from 2020) 524.0
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2019 European Union - 27 countries (from 2020) 275.0
2019 Poland 719.0
2019 Austria 91.0
2019 Belgium 167.0
2019 Bulgaria 421.0
2019 Cyprus 651.0
2019 Czechia 431.0
2019 Germany 338.0
2019 Denmark 126.0
2019 Estonia 891.0
2019 Greece 598.0
2019 Spain 207.0
2019 European Union - 28 countries (2013-2020) 275.0
2019 Finland 86.0
2019 France 52.0
2019 Croatia 145.0
2019 Hungary 212.0
2019 Ireland 316.0
2019 Italy 233.0
2019 Lithuania 22.0
2019 Luxembourg 74.0
2019 Latvia 117.0
2019 Malta 357.0
2019 Netherlands 390.0
2019 Norway 19.0
2019 Portugal 244.0
2019 Romania 293.0
2019 Sweden 8.0
2019 Slovenia 231.0
2019 Slovakia 114.0
2019 United Kingdom 228.0

2019 European Union - 27 countries (from 2020) 275.0 275.0
2030 European Union - 27 countries (from 2020) 75.49 96.81

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Oud 10 maart 2021, 21:03   #25
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275 g CO2 eq/kWh in 2019 volgens EAA met verder dalende tendens, grafisch:



Table 1990 tem 2019:
Dienen paper van Aurora
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Oud 10 maart 2021, 21:06   #26
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Dienen paper van Aurora
Vind ik voorlopig niet.

Agora en Ember spreken zelfs van 226 g CO2/kwh

Citaat:
https://ember-climate.org/project/eu-power-sector-2020/

EU Power Sector in 2020

This means Europe’s electricity in 2020 was 29% cleaner than in 2015. Carbon intensity has fallen from 317 grams of CO2 per kilowatt-hour in 2015 to 226 grams in 2020. Although coal generation has almost halved in that time, 43% of the coal decline has been offset by increased gas generation, slowing the reduction in carbon intensity.
Rapport, zie page 16:
https://ember-climate.org/wp-content...or-in-2020.pdf

(kolen is bijna gehalveerd op 5 jaar tijd, page 12)

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