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Brussels, July 2nd, 2020. Avesta Battery and Energy Engineering (ABEE) has now entered an MoU with Center for SMART Energy Platform (CSTEP) and Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Laboratory (EESC) at Kung Hee University (KHU). An agreement was reached between the CEO of ABEE, Prof. Dr. Noshin Omar and the Director of the lab, Prof. Dr. Chang Woo Lee to collaborate in the field of energy storage for material selection and upscaling activities.
Prof. Noshin Omar, CEO of ABEE, commented: “The joint forces of KHU and ABEE will benefit both the parties to fast track crucial research activities and decrease the time required to place specific products in the market.”
Avesta Battery & Energy Engineering (ABEE) is a dynamic and specialized company in the field of battery and energy technologies for e-mobility and stationary applications located in Brussels, Belgium. (https://abeegroup.com/)
Kyung Hee University is a private university in South Korea with campuses in Seoul and Suwon. Founded in 1949, it is considered as one of the best universities in South Korea. (https://www.khu.ac.kr/)
The research team in CSTEP/EESC has been testing batteries for more than a decade, in both mobile and stationary applications, with special dedication to Na, Zn, and Li technologies. CSTEP/EESC has well-established infrastructure and facilities for physical, chemical and electrochemical characterization of materials used in energy storage devices.