9 February 2024
The Third Italian Workshop on Energy Storage (IWES 2024), held at the University of Sapienza in Rome, showcased groundbreaking research aimed at revolutionizing battery technology. Among the highlights was Hamideh Darjazi‘s presentation on “Innovative Polymeric Separators and Binders from recycled PVB for both Liand Na-ion Batteries,” shedding light on the potential of recycled materials in enhancing battery performance.

These advancements hold significant implications for the SUNRISE Project, an initiative focused on finding sustainable recycling pathways for materials like polyvinyl butyral (PVB). By repurposing PVB as binders in batteries, researchers aim to mitigate waste while advancing energy storage capabilities.

The insights shared at IWES 2024 underscore the importance of collaborative efforts in developing eco-friendly solutions for the energy sector, paving the way for a more sustainable future.

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