Specifically,the workshop facilitated an in-depth examination of:
The Universität Graz partners outlined their role in the FREE4LIB project, emphasizing their contributions to data collection and processing as a first phase. These efforts aimed at developing a data model for a digital passport platform, bridging the information gap between the beginning-of-life and end-of-life phases of a battery.
As part of the Cluster Hub "Production of raw materials for batteries from European resources", FREE4LIB stands out by focusing on the creation of a digital battery passport within its project scope. While each project within the cluster hub closely monitors developments in others, it was gratifying to have numerous representatives from RHINOCEROS, RESPECT, and BATRAW projects participate in the session.
The interactive nature of the workshop allowed Universität Graz partners to gather valuable feedback from battery experts. This feedback is crucial in assessing the practical relevance of our work within the battery value chain. The insights garnered from this interactive session will significantly contribute to the ongoing work on the battery passport, underscoring the importance of synergies among similar EU-funded projects.