- Datum objave
- 02 februar 2022 v Petten, The Netherlands
- Vrsta roka
The Battery Energy Storage Testing for Safe Electric Transport (BESTEST) laboratory is situated at the Joint Research Centre of Petten (The Netherlands). It features state-of-the-art equipped facilities for analysing performance of battery materials and cells. The capabilities include cell preparation, pre- and post-test battery cell tear-down, cell cycling under controlled temperature (in combination with impedance spectroscopy) and post-mortem diagnosis.
Within the frame of this open access call, the following facilities may be accessed:
- Temperature (or climate) chambers that allow cell storage and cell cycling under controlled temperature (or controlled temperature and humidity). Battery testers with different specifications and frequency response analysers are available for cell cycling.
- A micro X-ray computed tomography system (including data evaluation) is available for analysis of cells or battery electrodes.
Definition and conditions of access
Access to the research infrastructure is granted on the basis of Access Units.
For BESTEST, the Access Unit corresponds to 'Equipment Week', equal to the usage of the following equipment during five (5) working days:
- Temperature Chambers BiA MTH 4.46 for cell cycling (using a Maccor Bidirectional Battery Tester and FRA, where required) ;
- Climate Chambers Vötsch VCS3 7060-5 for cell cycling (using a Maccor Bidirectional Battery Testerand FRA, where required);
- Micro X-Ray Computed Tomograph Phoenix Nanotom S.
The Equipment Week also includes the evaluation periods, e.g. evaluation of cycling or CT data using dedicated software.
- Estimated costs excluding consumables and expenses:
- Research infrastructure operated by JRC staff: 2309 € / Equipment Week*
- Research infrastructure operated by users: 1900 € / Equipment Week
* the cost of an Equipment Week is factored by the following amounts for the following list of equipment:
- 1 for equipment a);
- 2 for equipment b);
- 5 for equipment c).
Allocation of intellectual property rights
Intellectual property rights are allocated according to Paragraph III of Annex 1: Intellectual Property Rights
- The Lead User Institution and User Institutions (see definitions in the Framework) must be from an EU Member State, or country associated to the EU Research Programme Horizon 2020 (Iceland, Norway, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey, Israel, Moldova, Switzerland, Faroe Islands, Ukraine, Tunisia, Georgia, Armenia).
- Ethical considerations in accordance with EU Law, in particular Art. 19 of Regulation (EU) 1291/2013, and applicable laws and regulations in the EU Member States.
- The proposal submission form is complete and complies with the instructions.
How to apply
The proposal must be prepared using the Market-driven Proposal Submission Form.
During preparation of the proposal, applicants are encouraged to:
- Read the "Framework of Access to Joint Research Centre physical Research Infrastructures" and all related documents in the Framework for Access page.
- Contact the research infrastructure at JRC-ENERGY-STORAGE@ec.europa.eu to assess feasibility aspects related to the capacity of the research infrastructure.
The proposal should be submitted to JRC-RI-OPEN-ACCESS@ec.europa.eu.
In addition, the Lead User shall complete the BESTEST List of equipment Form and send it to JRC-ENERGY-STORAGE@ec.europa.eu.
The JRC will only evaluate proposals that are complete and comply with the instructions in the proposal submission form.
Proposal will be evaluated in accordance to the following selection criteria:
- Scientific implementation (40 points)
- Access to SMEs and new Users (25 points)
- Strategic relevance to the JRC (20 points)
- Strategic importance for Europe (15 points)
Selection Criteria Background Documents
The 6 Priorities of the European Commission