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Lithium-Ion Batteries: Achieving High Performance and Optimal Life-Time at the Cell and Packaging Level

A wide range of familiar consumer electronics, from laptop computers to cell phones, cameras and even power tools, relies on batteries for power. As the automotive industry pursues opportunities to reduce its carbon footprint, a burst of activity has been centred on pure electric and hybrid electric vehicles, stimulating intensive developments in new battery chemistries designed to meet the energy demands and stringent safety needs of electric drivetrains. Furthermore, world energy demand is expected to double by the year 2050 and triple by the end of the century.

Batteries hold promise in advancing the sustainability and practical use of renewable energy sources such as wind and solar that have a variable energy output. It is clear that the progression of energy storage technologies is mandatory for the effective utilisation of renewable energy sources in future smart grids, power delivery systems and electric vehicles, as well as to meet the emerging demands of evolving consumer products.

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