DEFACTO HOLDS ITS SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY MEETING IN THESSALONIKI, GREECEdefacto
On January 17-18, the DEFACTO consortium members held its sixth General Assembly in a hybrid format in Thessaloniki, Greece hosted by the Centre for Research and Technology-Hellas (CERTH) which is one of the leading research centres in the country.
The DEFACTO consortium partners came together for a plenary meeting to discuss the progress of the initiative and to plan for the next steps in the development of advanced batteries. The project, which focuses on developing high-performance and cost-effective batteries for electric vehicles and energy storage systems, has been ongoing for several months now and the partners were eager to share their latest findings and collaborate on future plans.
The meeting began with an overview of the project, including updates on the progress of each work package. The partners also presented the latest results on the testing and validation of the batteries in real-world conditions.
Later, they discussed the next steps for the project, including the optimization of the production process, the development of new components, and the scaling up of the production of the batteries. The team also discussed the potential for commercialization and the different market segments in which the batteries could be used.
The partners also took the opportunity to discuss the dissemination of the project’s results, including the publication of articles in scientific journals and the organization of webinars and conferences.
Finally, the meeting ended with a discussion of the upcoming milestones and deliverables for the project, with the partners agreeing on a clear plan of action for the next few months. The DEFACTO consortium partners will continue to work together in order to achieve the goals of the project and to make a significant contribution to the development of advanced batteries or electric vehicles and energy storage systems.
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