In barely a year of activity, the spin off from CIC energiGUNE, has billed 600,000 euros and counts with a workforce of 10 professionals.
The LOLABAT project, in which 17 entities of 7 European countries participate, has been included in the Horizon 2020 program which will receive more than 7 million euros from the European Commission in order to achieve the development of Ni-Zn state-of-the-art batteries.
The General Manager of the spin-off created in CIC energiGUNE, Soraya Romo, has brought to the main agents of the sector of Intelligent Electricity Grids the advances obtained in the development of batteries´ health diagnosis models, which allow for a safe exploration of the batteries, as well as reducing costs and extending their lifetime.
CIC energiGUNE and its spin-off BCARE have presented today to the automotive industry gathered at the forum AVL Tech Week the advances obtained on the knowledge of the battery.
The spin-off created at CIC energiGUNE has been invited by the organizers to the sixth edition of AIC Next – Creativity, Innovation and Values, in order to make its services project of high added value on energy storage known to the companies in the sector.
The CIC energiGUNE start up has presented a project that contributes to mitigate the economic and social impact of the current health crisis from the perspective of the energy transition.
The appointment of a new General Manager is part of the strategic commitment of the CIC energiGUNE startup to consolidate its current position and address the short-term expansion of its business model.
The course will be held on 24-25 September and will focus on the latest developments in the field of supercapacitors, fuel cells, stationary applications and the electric vehicle.