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Towards the sustainable
gigafactory: developing green
cell manufacturing processes

GIGAGREEN proposes a structured research plan to develop and scale up novel electrode and cell component manufacturing processes that follow a Design to Manufacture approach in line with Europe’s strategic goal of becoming a global leader in the Li-ion battery value chain.

This means that GIGAGREEN seeks for the minimum environmental impact and energy consumption, cell designs which facilitate the re-use and disassembly, increase of the cost-efficiency and safety of processes and products, and high-throughput technologies able to be easily scaled up and automated in the context of industry 4.0/5.0 gigafactories.

GIGAGREENprocess
GIGAGREENprocess

Towards the sustainable
gigafactory: developing green
cell manufacturing processes

GIGAGREEN proposes a structured research plan to develop and scale up novel electrode and cell component manufacturing processes that follow a Design to Manufacture approach in line with Europe’s strategic goal of becoming a global leader in the Li-ion battery value chain.

This means that GIGAGREEN seeks for the minimum environmental impact and energy consumption, cell designs which facilitate the re-use and disassembly, increase of the cost-efficiency and safety of processes and products, and high-throughput technologies able to be easily scaled up and automated in the context of industry 4.0/5.0 gigafactories.

GIGAGREENprocess

GIGAGREEN will finalise by the end of the project with a set of novel materials (binders, electrolyte, separators, cathode, and anode active materials, etc.), adapted to innovative dry and wet electrode processing techniques, which motivate the generation of Design to Manufacture guidelines and a data-driven Digital Twin.

GIGAGREEN proposes a sustainable and cost-efficient new approach by integrating synergies and materials within the recycling and production chain of the new battery systems. Apart from recycling the metals (Cu, Ni and Al) and plastics, GIGAGREEN aims to recycle both active materials and electrolyte.

10%

increase productivity

25%

reduction of energy consumption & carbon footprint

20%

reduction of costs

0%

volatile organic compounds generated
LATEST NEWS

25 Oct: GIGAGREEN MEETS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TURIN

On September 22 and 23, GIGAGREEN consortium partners were able to get together for the first time in Turin (Italy)…

06 Oct: GIGAGREEN disseminated at NanoInnovation

During September 20-23, GIGAGREEN was disseminated as part as the NanoInnovation conference and exhibition held in Rome (Italy). CIC EnergiGune,…

06 Oct: The GIGAGREEN project kicks off to achieve the future sustainable gigafactory

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 101069707….

GIGAGREEN will finalise by the end of the project with a set of novel materials (binders, electrolyte, separators, cathode, and anode active materials, etc.), adapted to innovative dry and wet electrode processing techniques, which motivate the generation of Design to Manufacture guidelines and a data-driven Digital Twin.

GIGAGREEN proposes a sustainable and cost-efficient new approach by integrating synergies and materials within the recycling and production chain of the new battery systems. Apart from recycling the metals (Cu, Ni and Al) and plastics, GIGAGREEN aims to recycle both active materials and electrolyte.

10%

increase productivity

25%

reduction of energy consumption & carbon footprint

20%

reduction of costs

0%

volatile organic compounds generated
LATEST NEWS

25 Oct: GIGAGREEN MEETS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN TURIN

On September 22 and 23, GIGAGREEN consortium partners were able to get together for the first time in Turin (Italy)…

06 Oct: GIGAGREEN disseminated at NanoInnovation

During September 20-23, GIGAGREEN was disseminated as part as the NanoInnovation conference and exhibition held in Rome (Italy). CIC EnergiGune,…

06 Oct: The GIGAGREEN project kicks off to achieve the future sustainable gigafactory

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 101069707….