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Organisation Introduction

Since its start in 1994, Uniresearch, a SME located in Delft, the Netherlands, has become a successful and independent grants & innovation consultancy firm specialised in national and European grants in the field of innovation, research and technological development. UNR has a team of highly skilled consultants and project managers, bringing together a mix of technical, scientific and business administration backgrounds. Based on the experience gained in over 150 collaborative projects, UNR has developed many project management & dissemination procedures, structures and tools.


Uniresearch has assisted in the development of the NEXTBMS project from co-drafting the concept of the project and the writing of the Horizon Europe proposal. Uniresearch is a dedicated partner in several H2020 and Horizon Europe battery projects, such as CoFBAT, SIMBA, SENSIBAT, SAFLIMOVE and SEABAT and joining the NEXTBMS project perfectly fist our portfolio. Uniresearch joins the coordination team in NEXTBMS to make the project a success and achieving the ambitious objectives and strengthening the network in the battery industry. In addition, the project vision fits perfectly our main mission ‘Key to Innovation’ focusing on technological innovations and aiding sustainability.

What in NEXTBMS?

Uniresearch supports the coordinator AIT in the day-to-day management of the project. Next to the management and coordination activities, Uniresearch is leading the tasks on dissemination, communication, and exploitation of the NEXTBMS project. We ensure high-quality communication between all partners and the timely sharing of project-related results and information to all interested parties.

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We are excited to contribute to the energy transition by supporting a dedicated consortium of European partners in developing the next generation battery management systems.

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