BMBF Funds “FB2-SiSuFest” to Evaluate Novel Storage Material

Research Project: Silicon Nitride-based Particles as Promising Anode Material for Solid State Batteries

Press Release (No. 01) - Fraunhofer IWS Dresden /

Novel storage material for solid-state batteries is the focus of the project “FB2-SiSuFest – Evaluation of silicon anodes in sulfide solid-state batteries”. As a promising anode material, silicon nitride-based particles could enable a high storage capacity with stable and safe operation. The research alliance of renowned partners has received funding from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) amounting to 1.7 million euros as part of the “Clusters Go Industry” funding guideline as part of the FestBatt cluster. The project will run from December 2023 to November 2025.