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We’re thrilled to share some fantastic news from the recent EIC Trans2DChem project meeting held in Prague. This gathering was packed with energy, inspiration, and significant decisions that are propelling our project forward.

During the meeting, our team took a deep dive into the progress we’ve made so far and laid out clear plans for the future. Our goal is to develop a revolutionary supercapacitor that could change the landscape of energy storage. One of the standout moments was the introduction of our new supercapacitor prototype, which boasts an impressive capacity of 500 Farads. This prototype is a major milestone, demonstrating the substantial progress we’re making. Additionally, we confirmed that our first rolled capacitor sample has achieved state-of-the-art energy density. This is a significant achievement, validating the direction of our work. However, we’re not stopping there. We’re focused on optimizing these parameters even further to enhance efficiency and performance.

The EIC Trans2DChem project is a true collaboration. Scientists from CATRIN are working closely with experts from Bar-Ilan University in Israel and the Italian company ITELCOND. This collective effort is supported by a substantial grant of nearly 2.5 million Euros from the European Innovation Council (EIC) Transition Challenges. This funding underscores the high expectations and confidence in our project.

The meeting wasn’t just about assessing progress; it was a celebration of teamwork and shared vision. The discussions were dynamic and forward-looking, with everyone contributing valuable insights and ideas. The enthusiasm and commitment to developing this groundbreaking supercapacitor technology were evident throughout. We’re energized and ready to continue pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in energy storage. The milestones we’ve reached are just the beginning, and we’re excited about the future developments on the horizon.

Stay tuned for more updates as we continue on this exciting journey!