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Rechargeable batteries– potentials and future challenges

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dc.contributor.author Niculescu, Marcela Antoneta
dc.contributor.author Diaconu, Amelia
dc.contributor.author Gole, Iulian
dc.contributor.author Dumitrache, Victor
dc.date.accessioned 2020-12-14T11:39:02Z
dc.date.available 2020-12-14T11:39:02Z
dc.date.issued 2020
dc.identifier.uri http://irek.ase.md:80/xmlui/handle/1234567890/927
dc.description NICULESCU, Marcela Antoneta, DIACONU, Amelia, GOLE, Iulian, DUMITRACHE, Victor. Rechargeable batteries– potentials and future challenges. In: Competitivitatea şi inovarea în economia cunoaşterii [online]: culegere de articole ştiinţifice: conf. şt. intern., 25-26 sept. 2020. Chişinău: ASEM, 2020, pp. 189-196. e-ISBN 978-9975-75-985-4. en_US
dc.description.abstract In most of the countries the governments decides to reopen their economies after months of total economy shutdown. The time will prove if it was too early or if we will have a second wave and how people will react to that. In any case, many governments, at least from EU, seized the opportunity and decided to grant financial aids to most important companies under the conditions of investing in research and development of new products, less fossil fuel consuming. For example, Airbus will receive from French government a total financial aid of 15 billion EUR. Out of this amount, 1.5 billion euros will be invested over three years in researching into new environmentally friendly aviation technology. For the automotive industry, French president Macron announced 8 billion EUR financial aids, but under the condition to produce over 1 million clean-energy vehicles in the country by 2025. Giving the circumstances, it appears that rechargeable batteries (one of the main component of electric vehicles but very important also in other industries as mobile phone, tablets, laptops, cameras, e-bikes, medical devices, etc.) will be an area of maximum importance in the next years, therefore analysing the impact of political decisions taken after coronavirus crises in this sector might be very useful. JEL: L 72; O 10; Q 53; R 48. en_US
dc.language.iso other en_US
dc.publisher ASEM en_US
dc.subject clean energy en_US
dc.subject electric vehicles en_US
dc.subject GHG reduction en_US
dc.subject lithium-ion batteries en_US
dc.title Rechargeable batteries– potentials and future challenges en_US
dc.type Article en_US


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