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Review Article

A Comprehensive Study on Rechargeable Energy Storage Technologies

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Rahul Gopalakrishnan

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
rgopalak@vub.ac.be

Shovon Goutam

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
Shovon.Goutam@vub.ac.be

Luis Miguel Oliveira

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
luis.miguel.oliveira@vub.ac.be

Jean-Marc Timmermans

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
jptimmer@vub.ac.be

Noshin Omar

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
noshomar@vub.ac.be

Maarten Messagie

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
mmessagi@vub.ac.be

Peter Van den Bossche

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
Peter.Van.Den.Bossche@vub.ac.be

Joeri van Mierlo

Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI), Department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology (ETEC) Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Pleinlaan 2, Brussels 1050, Belgium
jvmierlo@vub.ac.be

1Corresponding author.

ASME doi:10.1115/1.4036000 History: Received September 07, 2016; Revised January 31, 2017

Abstract

This paper provides an extended overview of the existing electrode materials and electrolytes for energy storage systems, that can be used in environmental friendly hybrid and electric vehicles from the literature based on lithium-ion and non-lithium technologies. The performed analysis illustrates the current and future evolution in the field of electrode materials development (2015 – 2040). The investigated characteristics are specific energy, specific power, cycle life and safety. Furthermore, the proposed study describes the cost and life cycle assessment of the proposed technologies and the availability of these materials.

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