he NAIMA project, aimed at establishing a new industry value chain for sodium-ion (Na-ion) batteries, reached its final stages with a successful face-to-face meeting of all consortium members. From the 21st to the 23rd, the partners gathered at EDF facilities in Fontainebleau to share the remarkable results achieved throughout the project and witness the NAIMA battery pack in action.
The meeting served as a crucial platform for the consortium to present and discuss the final outcomes of their collaborative efforts. Participants had the opportunity to witness firsthand the practical application and performance of the NAIMA battery pack, which showcased its potential to surpass existing lithium-based technologies.
“The meeting in Fontainebleau marked a significant milestone in the NAIMA project, as we gathered to unveil the impressive results we have accomplished together,” said John Abou-Rjeily, project coordinator. “It was truly inspiring to witness the NAIMA battery pack in action and see the impact it can have on the energy storage sector.”
While the face-to-face meeting celebrated the achievements of the project, the work is not yet complete. The consortium is currently finalizing the production of a comprehensive video that highlights the key milestones and breakthroughs of the NAIMA project. Additionally, a final results brochure is being prepared to showcase the project’s findings, insights, and future implications.
“We are excited to share our journey and the remarkable outcomes of the NAIMA project through the upcoming video and results brochure,” stated Carla Sala, communication manager of the project. “These resources will serve as valuable tools for disseminating our knowledge and raising awareness about the advancements we have made in the sodium-ion battery field.”
The NAIMA consortium anticipates unveiling the video and results brochure in the near future, promising more exciting news to come. As the project nears its completion, the consortium’s groundbreaking achievements lay the foundation for the widespread adoption of sodium-ion batteries and the creation of a new market for this promising technology.
For more information about the NAIMA project and updates on its final outcomes, stay tuned for upcoming announcements and releases.