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What will solid-state batteries be like in the future?

Fraunhofer ISI has developed a roadmap for solid-state batteries covering a wide range of aspects from the individual materials, components and cells through to their utilization. It critically evaluates existing research as well as the latest findings and compares the development potential of solid-state batteries over the next ten years with that of established lithium-ion batteries. The roadmap demonstrates that solid-state batteries have a lot of potential, but will have to prove their commercial viability in the next five years.
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How does the war in Ukraine affect the German and European strategies for importing hydrogen?

Together with its research partners, Fraunhofer ISI has published a new position paper in the HYPAT project, which deals with new approaches to evaluating partner countries for importing hydrogen, the development of import costs and the potentials for producing hydrogen in the EU, among other things. The paper also addresses the future economic development of Ukraine through the production and transportation of hydrogen.
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Eastern Germany offers location advantages for the automotive supply industry despite major challenges

In the Automotive Industry Outlook 2030+, researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Karlsruhe and the Fraunhofer Center for International Management and Knowledge Economy IMW in Leipzig have looked at the German and, in particular, the East German automotive industry.
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More carsharing and ride-pooling due to environmental pricing and regulating private passenger cars

On behalf of the Commission of Experts for Research and Innovation (EFI), the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Karlsruhe studied the development of car-based shared mobility services.
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