EU project NanoBat releases new video: Optimised battery production through nanotechnology

Sustainable energy storage is among this century’s main challenges. Being faster and more accurate than existing methods, the radio frequency-nanoscale techniques to be developed in the EU Horizon2020 project NanoBat have the potential to redefine battery production worldwide and greatly benefit the clean energy and e-mobility transition in Europe.

Eurice is happy to announce the release of NanoBat’s brand-new animated video clip showcasing the process of developing the novel nanotechnology toolbox for quality testing of Li-ion and beyond Lithium batteries. The short 3D animation makes the work of the 13-partner strong consortium more accessible to a wide audience in an entertaining way. Together with the project partners, our team at Eurice managed the process of producing this video which provides invaluable insights behind the scenes by including real footage from the different stages of developing the improved battery testing technology.

The clip is available on the NanoBat project website ( and on YouTube (

For more information on the work of the NanoBat project, please visit