Sustainable Supercapacitors

CRM-free technology for the next-generation supercapacitors


Graphene, MXene and ionic liquid-based sustainable supercapacitor

The EU project GREENCAP will develop a CRM-free technology to produce high-performance and sustainable supercapacitors, which exploit layered 2D materials, including graphene and MXenes as electrode materials, and ionic liquids as high-voltage electrolyte.

GREENCAP joins a multi-disciplinary consortium with 5 Universities, 1 R&D Institute, 5 companies, located in 7 European countries including Italy, Germany, France, Ireland, United Kingdom, Estonia, and the Netherlands, to unlock the full potential of supercapacitors (SCs) as electrochemical energy storage systems.

GREENCAP in figures

51% progress

of the total project.
GREENCAP started at the first of January 2023 and will run for 36 months


funding from the European Commission in Horizon Europe program

11 partners

from 8 different countries

General Assembly and Advisory Board Meeting

The fourth GA was essential as it marked the midway point of the project and first AB Meeting convened to provide expert feedback and guidance.


BeDimensional S.p.A.


Friedrich-Schiller University Jena


Trinity College Dublin

Technische Unversität Dresden, Chair of Molecular Functional Materials

Technische Universität Dresden Faculty of Architecture Institute of Building Climatology

Université de Strasbourg

Skeleton Materials GmbH

Uniresearch B.V.


The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge

Carbon Ukraine

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