Open innovation for new battery technologies
e.battery systems is the innovation center for mobility and automation. We research new battery technologies and drive their breakthrough. With modular battery systems, we support the transformation of automation and mobility – with the help of in-depth domain knowledge and understanding of the dynamics and interaction of different markets. In our own battery research, we uncover value creation and optimization potential for intelligent networking and advances in the sense of Industry 4.0. We research new battery technologies for electric cars, driverless transport systems and energy storage systems, and we develop new battery technologies.

Driving new battery technologies to breakthrough

Innovation in battery format. Whether it is advancing in electromobility, options for improving habitats and resource use, or new approaches to futurology: When you apply know-how where it can grow, you will achieve goals that extend far beyond your own company. To help new battery technologies achieve a breakthrough, our research department focuses on finding alternatives to lithium. We are investing in the latest battery technologies and are already changing the way we consume batteries: away from disposing of them and toward reusing them. What drives us are the right questions: How can we work more sustainably and economically to reduce waste, protect resources and improve the cycle in the future?

Innovation as a service: We develop individual energy supply

We combine all phases, from the development to the production of batteries. We search for the best, most environmentally friendly variant and further develop existing technologies. We coordinate partners in development and manufacturing. Whether in battery development, optimization or assembly, anyone looking for an individual, innovative battery solution will find all paths and contact persons under one roof.

We familiarize ourselves with your company's processes and technology, bring the right development partners on board and offer complete solutions including production. In the end, this means for you: efficient processes and transparency from the idea to the finished product.
“We must rethink systems and move away from the idea that lithium is the basic material. That's why e.battery systems is researching precisely this area.” 

Christopher Schöpf, Founder & Sales Director
Have individual battery solutions developed

Improve capacities

Increase charging speed

Extend longevity

Improve safety

Narrow module design

Our USP: We can cover the broad field from materials research to systems research. Thermally conductive plastics or light metals can deliver good results in material tests, but they cannot maintain them in the system. It is therefore all the more important to conduct system tests with battery packs in addition to weight reduction and cell chemistry tests. In our own research and development department, we are pushing modular construction methods, laser welding processes and automation in logistics or production facilities. This provides customers with reliable total solutions for their applications.



We conduct customer-specific research to find the best, most environmentally friendly option.

We create competitive advantages through upstream development services.

We are setting the trend. There are still many unresolved issues for which we are developing solutions.

On the trail of lithium alternatives

Battery technology will continue to change. In general, systems should be as environmentally friendly as possible, even more powerful, faster and safer. In the near future, further developments of today's lithium-ion technologies will already be making their way into electromobility. Vehicles with battery packs will be able to drive further distances without recharging, battery cells will be charged faster than ever, and the battery of the future will not necessarily have to be lithium. If you delve deeper into the field of battery development, it becomes clear how much research potential there is in this area. Our task is to rethink these topics and turn them into real power solutions. We speed up the development by working on unequalled cooling technologies and pushing cell research for the highest energy density. Our flagship CooLi module shows exactly how this can look like.

Parallel to lithium, alternatives with similar or even better properties are developing rapidly. By now, our ideas are in development, testing and production phases. These are not just theoretical concepts, but advanced battery technologies for everyday use – whether in fully automated manufacturing operations or in electromobility.

Highlights of battery research

By covering the broad field from materials research to systems research, we create high-quality solutions. If thermally conductive plastics or light metals deliver results in material tests that they cannot maintain in the system, we can find a solution at an already early stage. In addition to weight reduction and cell chemistry tests, we therefore also carry out system tests with the battery packs.

Whether it's a small single-cell or an 800-volt battery, we offer the entire spectrum – from stationary storage to driverless transport systems, from medical technology batteries that measure brain waves to performance power tools in the flight sector. Either way, the focus is always on the battery as a modular system from which we can develop and produce all kinds of batteries. Because we are convinced that more and more new battery technologies will be used in the future, we are working intensively on second-life concepts and the combination of sustainability and economic efficiency.

Implemented, this means we have developed modules that incorporate patented, highly innovative cooling, such as the CooLi module. We are bringing current cell technologies to areas that have not been possible before.
“We have already filed patents for future-proof materials, which makes e.battery systems one of the most innovative players on the market.”

Alexander Müller, CTO

Circular economy: Battery development in cycles

The idea of the circular economy is to reuse products and materials for as long as possible. Or, in other words, to create from one sector of the economy back to another sector of the economy, thus extending the life cycle of products. We live in a world where resources are finite, yet many economic models hold to short-sighted standards. There is no answer to the question of what happens to our environment in the end and what happens when resources are exhausted. In the future, this is precisely why it will be a matter of completely rethinking approaches and systems in order to do business more sustainably.

The focus of our battery research and development is the clear, actionable concept of the circular economy: We develop modular battery systems with more than one life. And we are investing in research into new battery technologies for electric cars and all chapters of automation.
Laser welding processes in production

Fully automated production processes

Robotics in warehouse logistics, etc.



We conduct customer-specific research for the best, most environmentally friendly option.

We create competitive advantages through upstream development services.

We set the trend. There are still many unresolved issues for which we develop solutions.

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