NESSOX presents the following advantages compared to other battery chemistry already on the market or under development: higher-energy density, safety and environmental sustainability due to the absence of critical elements and heavy metals, and high safety level thanks to the thermal stability of the electrolyte. NESSOX technology combines in one system the lightness of the lithium/air batteries and the flexibility and modularity of the redox flow batteries, becoming the future reference battery technology for many vertical markets.
Our technology can be applied wherever there is a need of high energy in a small space with freedom to design the power, while safety is a must: it can be customized to be place at service for your house, in a block of flats, to power off-grid system connected with renewable energy sources or to store energy in a large ship.
NESSOX has a specific energy of 500 Wh kg-1, 2 times higher than the best currently available commercial batteries (laboratory proven). This result is achieved by the use of light elements such as lithium and oxygen.
Thanks to its design derived from Redox Flow Battery, energy and power can be designed and sized independently. This feature open the possibility to adapt the system to any situation and tailor the perfect solution for the customer.
NESSOX battery lowers the costs of energy storage and production of electricity from renewable sources. NESSOX also allows the storage of energy from intermittent and non-programmable sources, supplying the energy to the grid and utilities in a controlled and efficient way.
Avoiding heavy metals and costly electrode processing procedures used in conventional lithium batteries, NESSOX battery also represents a green solution for energy storage.
NESSOX brings to a radical paradigm shift:
it stores energy in a
controlled way from renewable sources and becomes a charging point.
A change of paradigm in energy storage and distribution for a new, sustainable circular energy economy is necessary and we have the solutions. BETTERY team transforms disruptive research into innovative technologies, responding positively to the current global sustainability challenges and creating profitable business.
BETTERY project was originally born in the Laboratory of Electrochemistry of Energy Materials (LEME) at the Department of Chemistry “Giacomo Ciamician” of the Alma Mater Studiorum Università di Bologna, where research on materials and devices for energy (lithium and post-lithium batteries, fuel cells, supercapacitors) has been carried out through national and international collaborations for more than thirty years. We are four cofounders, Dr Alessandro Brilloni, Prof Francesca Soavi, Dr Francesca De Giorgio and Dr Alessandro Pastore.
Msc in Energy Engineering, PhD in Chemistry with focus on low environmental impact batteries.
Professor at University of Bologna with 20+ years of experience in electrochemistry and worldwide network of researcher and industrials figures, first inventor of our technology.
Francesca De Giorgio
Researcher at National Research Council – Institute of Nanostructured Materials (CNR-ISMN) with 14 years of experience in electrochemical energy storage conversion, i.e. in the development of innovative and sustainable batteries.
Serial entrepreneur, adjunct professor at University of Bologna Business School.
Past projects: SMART – 06/2021 to 12/2021
Producing innovative Semi-solid electrode for Redox-Flow battery from waste organic waste material to lower environmental impact of modern battery systems.
Present Project: CO2Carbon – 2022/2023
Producing innovative Semi-solid electrode for Redox-Flow battery from capture of CO2 for flow Li-electrolytes.
Media & Press
CORDIS – European Commission, December, 2019 https://cordis.europa.eu/article/id/411622-liquid-battery-allows-fast-recharge-and-double-the-range-of-e-vehicles?WT.mc_id=exp
www.day-one.biz, Premio Gaetano Marzotto, project SME Instrument Phase 1 https://www.day-one.biz/horizon-2020-bettery-vince-la-fase-1-dello-sme-instrument/
La Stampa, May 31, 2018 https://www.lastampa.it/2018/05/31/scienza/nasce-bettery-la-superbatteria-a-tecnologia-liquida-EagZGJFGmLmf4PuHLMm1oN/pagina.html
Magazine UNIBO, December 20, 2017 https://magazine.unibo.it/archivio/2017/12/20/la-batteria-del-futuro-made-in-unibo-liquida-e-ricaricabile
Emilia Romagna Startup, December, 2017 https://www.emiliaromagnastartup.it/it/innovative/articoli/2017/12/bettery-vince-il-pni-2017-nella-categoria-cleantech-energy
Startcup Emilia Romagna, October, 2017 https://www.startcupemiliaromagna.it/2017/10/ossigeno-e-litio-per-la-batteria.html
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