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|Title:||Battery Testing Methods Assessed from a Policy-Making Perspective: Battery Materials and Cell Performance Testing|
|Authors:||PFRANG ANDREAS; DI PERSIO FRANCO; KRISTON AKOS; LEBEDEVA NATALIA; RUIZ RUIZ VANESA; DAMS DENIS; KOSMIDOU THEODORA; UNGEHEUER JUERGEN; ADANOUJ IBTISSAM; BRETT LOIS|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Growing international interest in electric vehicles has triggered the need for global harmonization of testing and of type approval of these vehicles and their rechargeable electrical energy storage systems. Multiple testing methods described in scientific literature and in standards, assess battery performance and safety, but are not necessarily appropriate for policy-making purposes. The European Commission's Joint Research Centre tests batteries to assess battery technologies' safety and performance and evaluates testing methods' suitability for policy purposes. An insight into the in-house battery testing capabilities and experimental testing program is provided.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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