Fraunhofer R&D Center for Electromobility Bavaria

The Fraunhofer R&D Center for Electromobility Bavaria is your partner for the development, testing, and optimization of materials, components, and processes for batteries. With more than 25 years‘ experience, we offer B2B services for future lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery technologies (polymer and solid state), modern lead-acid (LAB) and high-energy batteries as well as electrochromic systems. With more than 30 experts we are one of the largest battery research groups in Germany. The R&D Center is the successful extension of the Center for Applied Electrochemistry.


We provide the right solutions for customers from various industries, e. g. battery cell manufacturers, cell users as well as chemical and materials companies:

  • Development of materials and components for customer-specific battery systems
  • customized process development
  • Development of electrochromic materials and devices
  • Analytical, testing and characterization services
  • Battery manufacturing for cell prototypes and small batches
  • Consulting services
  • Feasibility studies
  • International R&D collaborations

The Center supports your material and component development from first proof of concept up to market launch.



News and Events

Switch2Save Workshop

Dr. Uwe posset will speak at the Switch2Save IMPACT HUB on September 20 in Athens about the topic of "Switch2Save contribution to the revision of SET Plan of active facades".

Scientific publication

Development of Silicon Polymer Electrodes with a Hybrid Polymer Electrolyte for All-Solid-State Lithium-Ion Batteries


Making battery production more sustainable

The "RecyLIB" project, launched in 2022, aims to set an example with new processes for battery electrode production, direct recycling and integrated functional material cycles.

Press Release / March 29, 2023

Greener carbons for sustainable batteries

Project HiQ-CARB: achievements after first half of the project work


Flexible, safe and efficient recycling of Li-on batteries

The EU project "RESPECT" aims to enable an environmentally friendly recycling process for lithium-ion batteries.

Scientific publication

Influence of external pressure

... on silicon electrodes in lithium-ion cells

Scientific publication

Ultrasound Propagation in Lithium-Ion Battery Materials

Basis for Developing Monitoring and Imaging Methods

Press Release / 11.2021


Innovation platform of a green, detectable and directly recyclable lithium-ion battery


Press Release 11.2021

Smart sensors for future fast charging

"SPARTACUS" battery research project has mastered the first milestones