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Sodium-ion batteries: the Start-up Tiamat created

Two years after the design of the first prototype battery using sodium ions in a standard industrial format by researchers mainly from CNRS, CEA and several French universities, grouped under the RS2E (read “Na-ion batteries: a promising prototype !”), the start-up Tiamat is created to design, develop and produce this promising technology !

About RS2E :

The RS2E (Réseau sur le stockage électrochimique de l’ énergie) is a French research and technology transfer network dedicated to various energy storage devices. It gathers :

  • 17 CNRS/Universities research units, including the Laboratory for reactivity and solid chemistry (LRCS) whose director, Mathieu Morcrette, sits on the Scientific Committee of MEDEE.
  • 15 industrial partners.
  • 3 public institutions (CEA, IFPEN and INERIS) specialised in technology transfer.

It has recently moved to new 5,500m² buildings in Amiens (the French “Energy Hub”).

Read « Start-up aims at producing sodium-ion batteries” on phys.org

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