Na-Ion Aqueous Batteries for Stationary Energy Storage Systems
During the presentation, we will show the results of our study  of low-cost Fe-based cathode materials for aqueous sodium-ion batteries: on one hand, polyanionic materials with higher capacity than Na2FeP2O7, and on the other hand, Prussian-blue analogues which so far have demonstrated promising rate capabilities, round trip energy efficiencies and good cyclabilities . The different materials have been tested in both organic and aqueous electrolyte at different rates and temperatures in order to evaluate their performances for possible applications in stationary storage. Ultimately, full cells using some of the possible anodes for this kind of systems will be also presented.
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