We build batteries for tomorrow
Battery technology is one of the most critical subjects of today. In the next decade, the way we use batteries will change drastically. We need to reduce the carbon footprint and improve the life cycle of every cell. The Swiss Battery Technology Center is where we develop solutions to these questions. In this manner, we help your company to create more sustainable battery systems for your products.
A holistic approach to energy systems
In other words, we offer our customers more than production of new batteries; we want to provide customers with end-to end system development. As your partner, we offer applied R&D, prototyping, testing facilities for energy production and storage, and innovation services to push sustainability using principles from the circular economy. That also means creating batteries that can have a second life or can be recycled more efficiently. Building for reuse and building for recycling are vital subjects in our work. We want to show that these things are feasible and make sense for any company that wants to improve product lifecycles – helping to create and manage projects where sustainability is a core value. SBTC is your choice for companies who want electrification and product innovations that fit with their business model and create forward-looking solutions. Companies interested in creating better products for customers and the world will find a vital partner in the Swiss Battery Technology Center. The Center provides support throughout the product lifecycle and views itself as a long-term partner for the future evolution of the developed product.
Neues Recyclingverfahren für Lithium-Ionen-Batterien
Der Abbau von Rohstoffen für die Fertigung von Lithium-Ionen-Batterien, wie sie in Elektrofahrzeugen zum Einsatz kommen, stellt eine grosse Umweltb...
2nd Annual Conference of iBAT
We are very pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual Conference of iBAT will be held at Switzerland Innovation Park Biel/Bienne on November 30th, 2021.
The holistic solution for « last mile logistics »
The young Bernese company "Rikscha Taxi Schweiz AG" is developing electric vehicles for the "last mile" in city centres.