The SEABAT project is making great progress by finalising the battery specifications & requirements for different maritime applications.
In work package 2, the battery system requirements for the different applications have been defined based on operational performance, safety requirements, regulations, and integration by standardisation. This work package delivered three reports (deliverables):
- A report describing the application matrix, divided in groups based on the load balances of the battery pack.
- The Key performance Indicators list: this list will be used to evaluate and score the different SEABAT concepts.
- Deliverable (D2.3) contains detailed requirements with respect to the battery system based on operational performance, safety requirements, regulations and integration by standardisation.
The results of this work package have a direct impact on system design and components (WP3, WP4). Therefore, we are happy to announce that WP2 has been concluded. This means that SEABAT can now continue with the progress of WP3 and WP4, which will focus on the modular and flexible battery system design (WP3) and on the component development (WP4).
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