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2021 roadmap for sodium-ion batteries

Nuria Tapia-Ruiz 1 A. Robert Armstrong 2 Hande Alptekin 3 Marco Amores 4 Heather Au 3 Jerry Barker 5 Rebecca Boston 4 William Brant 6 Jake Brittain 7 Yue Chen 1 Manish Chhowalla 8 Yong-Seok Choi 9 Sara Costa 2 Maria Crespo Ribadeneyra 3 Serena Cussen 4 Edmund Cussen 4 William David 7 Aamod Desai 10 Stewart Dickson 10 Emmanuel Eweka 11 Juan Forero-Saboya 12 Clare Grey 8 John Griffin 1 Peter Gross 4 Xiao Hua 4 John Irvine 10 Patrik Johansson 13 Martin Jones 14 Martin Karlsmo 11 Emma Kendrick 15 Eunjeong Kim 10 Oleg Kolosov 1 Zhuangnan Li 8 Stijn Mertens 1 Ronnie Mogensen 16 Laure Monconduit 17, 18 Russell Morris 10 Andrew Naylor 16 Shahin Nikman 1 Christopher O’keefe 8 Darren Ould 8 R Palgrave 9 Philippe Poizot 19 Alexandre Ponrouch 12 Stéven Renault 19 Emily Reynolds 14 Ashish Rudola 5 Ruth Sayers 5 David Scanlon 9 S Sen 9 Valerie Seymour 1 Begoña Silván 1 Moulay Tahar Sougrati 17, 18 Lorenzo Stievano 17, 18 Grant Stone 11 Chris Thomas 4 Maria-Magdalena Titirici 3 Jincheng Tong 8 Thomas Wood 11 Dominic Wright 8 Reza Younesi 16
Abstract : Increasing concerns regarding the sustainability of lithium sources, due to their limited availability and consequent expected price increase, have raised awareness of the importance of developing alternative energy-storage candidates that can sustain the ever-growing energy demand. Furthermore, limitations on the availability of the transition metals used in the manufacturing of cathode materials, together with questionable mining practices, are driving development towards more sustainable elements. Given the uniformly high abundance and cost-effectiveness of sodium, as well as its very suitable redox potential (close to that of lithium), sodium-ion battery technology offers tremendous potential to be a counterpart to lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) in different application scenarios, such as stationary energy storage and low-cost vehicles. This potential is reflected by the major investments that are being made by industry in a wide variety of markets and in diverse material combinations. Despite the associated advantages of being a drop-in replacement for LIBs, there are remarkable differences in the physicochemical properties between sodium and lithium that give rise to different behaviours, for example, different coordination preferences in compounds, desolvation energies, or solubility of the solid–electrolyte interphase inorganic salt components. This demands a more detailed study of the underlying physical and chemical processes occurring in sodium-ion batteries and allows great scope for groundbreaking advances in the field, from lab-scale to scale-up. This roadmap provides an extensive review by experts in academia and industry of the current state of the art in 2021 and the different research directions and strategies currently underway to improve the performance of sodium-ion batteries. The aim is to provide an opinion with respect to the current challenges and opportunities, from the fundamental properties to the practical applications of this technology.
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Nuria Tapia-Ruiz, A. Robert Armstrong, Hande Alptekin, Marco Amores, Heather Au, et al.. 2021 roadmap for sodium-ion batteries. Journal of Physics: Energy, 2021, 3 (3), pp.031503. ⟨10.1088/2515-7655/ac01ef⟩. ⟨hal-03327098⟩

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