Rosatom Integrator for energy storage systems and ANO "NC ICS" develop cooperation in the field of water electric transport

Литий-ионные аккумуляторные батареи получили широкое распространение в сфере электротранспорта ввиду ряда преимуществ: они не требуют дорогого обслуживания и специальных помещений для заряда, обладают высокой плотностью энергии и отсутствием «эффекта памяти».

«Литий-ионные батареи позволяют использовать до 90% емкости без снижения выдаваемой мощности, а это ключевая характеристика для электротранспорта. Применение данного решения приведет к увеличению популярности водного транспорта в России, позволит сделать его использование более бюджетным и экологичным. Литий-ионные аккумуляторные батареи не содержат свинца и агрессивных кислот, современные разработки также позволяют повторно использовать такие аккумуляторы», — отметил руководитель направления электротранспорта ООО «Катодные Материалы» Алексей Горяев.

«На сегодняшний день использование литий-ионных аккумуляторов в подобных проектах — это мировой тренд благодаря их высокой производительности, а также экологичности», — заявил директор АНО «НЦ ИКС» Евгений Казанов.

Rosatom's integrator for energy storage systems, LLC "Cathodic Materials" (part of Rosatom's Fuel Company "TVEL") and the autonomous non-profit organization "National Center for Engineering Competitions and Competitions" (ANO "NC ICS") signed a cooperation agreement.

The agreement provides that the Rosatom integrator will participate in the development of the technical specification for lithium-ion traction batteries and energy storage systems for the charging infrastructure at the launch of the complex scientific and technical project "Rosekoflot". The main goal of this initiative is to create electric vessels and related infrastructure using renewable energy sources, as well as lithium-ion technologies.

Lithium-ion batteries are widely used in the field of electric transport due to a number of advantages: they do not require expensive maintenance and special rooms for charging, have a high energy density and lack of "memory effect".

"Lithium-ion batteries allow you to use up to 90% of the capacity without reducing the output power, and this is a key feature for electric vehicles. The use of this solution will lead to an increase in the popularity of water transport in Russia, will make its use more budget-friendly and environmentally friendly. Lithium-ion batteries do not contain lead and aggressive acids, modern developments also allow the reuse of such batteries, " said Alexey Goryaev, Head of the Electric transport department of Cathodic Materials LLC.

"Today, the use of lithium-ion batteries in such projects is a global trend due to their high performance, as well as environmental friendliness, "said Evgeny Kazanov, Director of ANO" NC ICS".


LLC "RENERA" (part of the Fuel Company of Rosatom "TVEL") is an actively developing industry integrator of Rosatom in the field of energy storage systems. The company is engaged in lithium-ion batteries for in-plant and logistics electrical equipment, and also offers solutions for emergency and uninterrupted power supply, smoothing of load peaks in the power grid, energy storage for hybrid systems. The presence of our own R&D center allows us to develop, along with standard systems, complex solutions for individual customer requirements. The team accompanies the project from R & D to production, provides service. The integrator has dozens of completed projects, and solutions with a single capacity of up to 1 MW are under development.

The fuel company of Rosatom "TVEL" includes enterprises for the fabrication of nuclear fuel, conversion and enrichment of uranium, production of stable isotopes, production of gas centrifuges, as well as research and development organizations. It is the only supplier of nuclear fuel for Russian nuclear power plants. Rosatom's fuel company TVEL provides nuclear fuel to 73 power reactors in 13 countries, research reactors in ten countries, and transport reactors of the Russian nuclear fleet. Every sixth power reactor in the world runs on fuel made by TVEL.

The autonomous non-profit organization "National Center for Engineering Competitions and Competitions" has been holding the annual engineering competition "Solar Regatta" in Russia and abroad since 2014. Students and schoolchildren across Russia build solar-powered boats and compete in the speed, maneuverability and endurance of environmentally friendly water transport. NC ICS cooperates with various foreign organizations in the development of innovative shipbuilding using renewable energy sources. NC ICS is a member of the International Association of Inland Waterways

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