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Advanced battery solutions as part of a shared vision for a more sustainable world

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Today’s laboratories are racing to keep up with an increasingly battery-powered world. From electric vehicles to handheld electronics, there’s a high demand for cleaner, healthier and safer batteries for tomorrow’s innovations.


Yet sustainability efforts in battery development aren’t just a national goal — it’s a global vision. As allies in adopting sustainable efforts, these six green initiatives will empower the energy revolution worldwide.


U.S. “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act” – The U.S. Department of Energy is investing $3 billion to strengthen the supply chain of advanced batteries and energy storage. Efforts include:

  • Closing supply chain disruptions by accelerating domestic battery production
  • Creating new and expanded battery manufacturing and recycling
  • Supporting the research of second-life applications for used lithium-ion batteries


Batteries-Continuum-Image.pngEU “The Green Deal” – The European Green Deal will transform the EU into a resource-efficient, climate-neutral continent. The work aims to:

  • Reduce net emissions of greenhouse gases by at least 55 percent by 2030
  • Harness low-emission technologies and sustainable products and services
  • Reorient toward a sustainable future with green partnerships and research


Singapore “Green Plan 2030” – This long-term net-zero emissions initiative is influenced by nature, sustainable living, a green economy and a resilient future. Key targets include:

  • Quadrupling solar energy development by 2025
  • Reducing waste sent to landfills and investing in recycling technologies
  • Implementing only clean-energy and electric vehicles starting in 2030


China “New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan” – This plan is a strategic, top-level policy for the development of comprehensive and fully-integrated battery-operated vehicles. Efforts aim to:

  • Promote and guide sustainable efforts in battery and clean-energy vehicle development
  • Improve core technologies and foster technological innovation for vehicle batteries, materials and more
  • Deepen regulatory reforms and integrate into global industrial value chains


India “Green Growth Imperative” – India’s pursuit of decarbonation and economic development is a sequenced approach, with a main goal to provide fairer access to energy. The initiative strives to:

  • Reduce emissions, ensure renewable energy sources and create an additional carbon sink
  • Invest in large-scale sustainable manufacturing and infrastructure
  • Over time, electrify transportation and expand cleaner electricity access


Japan “The 2050 Plan” – This strategic plan strives to reduce emissions and become carbon neutral by 2050, while also influencing technological innovation. Key targets include:

  • Electric passenger vehicles will account for 100 percent of all new vehicle sales by 2035
  • Increasing the domestic production of in-vehicle batteries
  • Dramatic charging and refueling infrastructure targets, installing 150,000 charging units for public use


Want to read more about global sustainability initiatives and how Thermo Fisher can help you optimize your efforts with advanced batteries?


Check out these additional online resources:


Cleaner, Healthier, Safer with Thermo Fisher

Thermo Fisher’s Chemical Analysis for Battery Manufacturing

Challenges in Lithium-ion Battery Manufacturing and Quality Analysis – Part 1

Challenges in Lithium-ion Battery Manufacturing and Quality Analysis – Part 2


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