Recently, our partner IONTOF, a leading name in the TOF-SIMS industry, announced its partnership with Leading European energy storage initiative named StoreAGE. This collaboration is instrumental in advancing IONTOF’s mission to build sustainable energy solutions.
Even though battery systems are ideally suited to accompany the expansion of renewable electricity generation, development of systems with improved storage capacity and lifetime are necessary to achieve this task.
The goal of StoreAGE is to advance and boost the development of energy storage systems, with increased storage time and efficiency and to train highly qualified personnel and researchers in this field.
When it comes to the performance of the whole battery system, the solid-liquid interface between electrode and electrolyte is crucial. StoreAFE applies advanced characterization techniques that are crucial to analyze and understand the solid-liquid interface.
The Partnership: A StepTowards Sustainability
For IONTOF, this partnership is a major step forward in advancing sustainable energy solutions.
Addressing the rising needs for cutting-edge energy storage solutions is essential, especially when this demand is driven by the transition to renewable energy sources and the rise of electric vehicles.
IONTOF’s advanced surface analysis instrumentation will provide critical insights into the material used in energy storage devices thereby giving a boost to the shared sustainability goals.
Systems for Research (SFR) is a proud representative for IONTOF all across Canada and highly appreciates this new partnership. As pioneers of the research and innovation industry, it is crucial to build sustainable resources, while playing a collaborative role in this journey together.
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