ARTS Energy dedicates 4% of its annual turnover to Research & Development. Innovation is everywhere at ARTS Energy: in developing our energy storage products and services, in launching new products (custom batteries) and, above all, in our culture and development strategy. The performance of our solutions and technologies must continually progress to meet our customers’ ever more demanding requirements and needs.
This R&D-based innovation strategy is one of ARTS Energy’s cornerstones and is reflected by a spirit of openness, a continuous watch on technology and a constant challenging of ourselves. This requirement for R&D helps us to thrust our rechargeable battery technology and our mastery of custom rechargeable battery manufacturing to the industry’s cutting edge.
ARTS Energy places innovation at the heart of its Research and Development to anticipate energy storage needs for demanding applications.
In Nickel-Cadmium (Ni-Cd) and Nickel-Metal Hydride (Ni-MH) technologies, our research and development is conducted not only in-house, but also in the form of a close partnership with BASF. For example, we work on components of the cathode (AB5, A2B7-type hydridable alloys) and of the anode (high-temperature hydroxides), separators, etc. Research is performed by our team of “Rechargeable Battery Development” experts, which continuously raises the requirement in terms of electrochemistry.
ARTS Energy implements energy storage technologies and systems of both Nickel- and Lithium-ion-based alkaline batteries. Our electrical laboratory tests and validates these innovations before integrating them into our product development. Our experts are constantly looking for innovative solutions to optimise the management systems of our products.
ARTS Energy: two Design Offices and a Prototypes Department:
The Development part is run by ARTS Energy’s two design offices, namely Batteries and Electronics, which are complemented by the Prototypes department:
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