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University of Glamorgan partners with GB-Sol

The University of Glamorgan will be partnering with GB-Sol as part of their latest research project. The project revolves around developing what the university has described as ‘the next generation of battery pack’.

The battery contains lithium ion technology and will have about 40% more maximum capabilities than any other current solutions without the need for liquid cooling. Using a combination of lightweight packaging and a scalable battery management system, the battery will have a capability to recycle energy to the whole battery pack. The battery management system uses active cell balancing technology to improve performance within a variety of automotive and renewable energy solutions.

Bruce Cross Managing Director of GB-Sol says: “There is great potential for energy storage to benefit both off-grid and on-grid PV. I am delighted to be an industrial partner in this 18 month project.”

As well as GB-Sol, the university will also be partnering with three other organisations including automotive company Zytek.

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