Developing the Next Generation
Sulfide electrolyte solid-state
batteries for EV applications


Sulfide electrolyte solid-state batteries for EV applications

Wide global deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) is necessary to reduce transport related emissions, as transport is responsible for around a quarter of EU greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, and more than two thirds of transport-related GHG emissions are from road transport.

SUBLIME’s overall aim is to significantly increase EV adoption by taking on the technical challenges that are presented by the consumer needs – especially the reduction in costs of EVs, increasing their capabilities regarding long distance traveling and fast charging.


During this workshop, it was discussed obtained results and data from first and second openaccess publications of SUBLIME as part of the methodological developments of allsolidstatebatteries with sulfidebasedelectrolytes addressed to the assessment of current knowledge and process engineering from point of view of research directions of development and modeling of all-solid-state batteries.
This review aims to demonstrate ways to manufacture suspension-based sulfidic solid-state batteries both on a laboratory scale and on an industrial level, focusing on the assessment of current knowledge and its discussion from a process engineering point of view to obtain new visions of SUBLIME research ways in which all partners take part actively.


The strong and complementary consortium of 15 partners from 8 different European countries representing industrial companies, SMEs, RTOs and academia is coordinated by FEV Group.

The SUBLIME research project is scheduled to run from May 1st, 2020 to April 30th, 2024.