European Projects

ENIAC - Battery Management with Solar Powered Devices (BattMan)

Date: 01/04/2012 - 31/03/2015

Coordinator: Philips Electronics, Eliav Haskal

Partner:
Austria Microsystems, European Batteries, InnoTech Solar, Metatronics, Philips Electronics Netherlands, SINTEF, TU Eindhoven

(Austria, Germany, Finland, The Netherlands, Norway)

Abstract:
Batteries and battery management systems are essential support elements for all types of solar-powered equipment. As such, they can be employed in a variety of markets and applications – from future electric vehicles to street lighting. Their main purpose and toughest challenge is to provide reliable long-term service to the equipment they support. Solar-powered, off-grid street lighting has been identified as a demanding application in need of an upgrade. The ENIAC JU project BattMan will therefore develop and validate a new approach in a challenging solar-powered offgrid lighting system.

General information

ENIAC - Battery Management with Solar Powered Devices (BattMan)

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