Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Joop Schoonman university Delft

Born: June 25, 1943 - Utrecht, The Netherlands

Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Applied Sciences
Laboratory for Inorganic Chemistry
Julianalaan 136
2628 BL Delft, The Netherlands


1961-1967 Utrecht University, The Netherlands .
1964 B.Sc. in Chemistry .
1967 M.Sc. in Solid State Chemistry .
1971 Ph.D. in Chemistry (cum laude) Thesis: Electrical Conduction and Polarization of Lead Bromide. Thesis supervisor: Prof.Dr. J.H. van Santen

  Professional societies

Royal Netherlands Chemical Society + Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Division
Netherlands Ceramic Society
International Society for Solid State Ionics .
Asian Society for Solid State Ionics (Honorary member) .
Member of the Holland Society of Arts and Sciences (Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen) .
Member "Bataafs Genootschap"

Lithium has the best expectations to solve our problems at our mobility and the day/night balancing of a photovoltaic oriented power supply.

  Break through at lithium batteries

Much longer service life and an evident reduction at the production costs. A new generation of lithium energy storage crucial for oil exit and climate protection.

Revolution at lithium batteries
A recent development of OGRON BV, the Dutch company, is promising to revolutionise the Lithium battery technology and battery and energy storage technologies in general.

New lithium technic without thermical problems
This invention is avoiding all thermal problems which, sofar, are customary for conventionally manufactured Lithium batteries.

Lithium revolution: exchange every 10 years the electrolyte
As mentioned above, the OGRON technology is using only active materials and no additives. As a result, only the electrolyte is determining the length of the useful life

Large Ion Battery Technology and Application
Henny Wiggers, managing director of OGRON BV, announced that the company will be present during the 5th International Symposium of Large Ion Battery Technology and Application

Significant contributions to the new lithium energy storage
Microtech (OGRON USA) developt in the last 4 years a special coiler and an automatic package system for the cells, making it easy to exchange the electrolyt.

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