Title: Battery cell, LMO/NMC chemistry, Life Cycle Inventory
Authors: BOBBA SILVIAFAZIO SIMONECUSENZA MARIA ANNAMATHIEUX FABRICEDI PERSIO FRANCOPODIAS ANDREASPFRANG ANDREASMESSAGIE MAARTEN
Publisher: European Commission
Publication Year: 2019
JRC N°: JRC117411
URI: http://data.jrc.ec.europa.eu/collection/eplca
https://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC117411
Type: Datasets
Abstract: Sustainability Assessment of Second Life Application of Automotive Batteries (SASLAB) is an exploratory project led by JRC under its own initiative in 2016-2017, aims at assessing the sustainability of re-purposing electric vehicles’ batteries to be used in energy storage applications from technical, environmental and social perspectives. One of the output of the SASLAB project is the development of a LCI dataset of a traction battery cell based on primary data ("Battery cell, LMO/NMC chemistry {JP}") obtained through the dismantling of a LMO/NMC (lithium-manganese-oxide/lithium-nickel-manganese cobalt oxide) battery extracted from a Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle. The integration of such a dataset into existing LCA database is a mean to disseminate this result of the project and to make this dataset usable to further develop highly performing sustainable products. The dataset is modelled assuming that the battery cell is manufacture in Japan (JP) according to the available information; more details are published in Cusenza et al (2019). Due to the rapid change of the batteries’ technology, the dataset is provided as disaggregated including the adopted sub-processes in order to ease further updates according to future available inputs
JRC Directorate:Sustainable Resources

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