• ¬†Spinning-in of new enabling technologies to space systems up to TRL 4-5.
  • ¬†Mobilisation of new incorporation of non-space actors, especially SMEs, and research groups into the space landscape.
  • ¬†Developments affecting a range of sectors: health, transport, sensors and robotics.
  • Further development of a competitive, solid, efficient and balanced industrial base in Europe and supports SME participation.
  • Support the global competitiveness of the EU space industry.
    Develop markets for space applications and services.
  • Ensure technological non-dependence and an independent access to space.
  • Reinforcement of European skills and knowledge on next generation storage technologies.
  • Creation (new researchers), the maintenance (current researchers) and the attraction (coming from other non-EU countries) of skilled scientists/engineers in electro-chemical technologies.
  • The existing network of PVD-based industry for other applications such as cutting tools, microelectronics and steel protection could be used as a platform for developing energy storage solution proposed in MONBASA.
  • Contribute to the establishment of production facilities in Europe
  • Contribute to competitiveness of European industries at global level
  • The support of innovative SMEs
  • Responsible Research and Innovation in MONBASA
  • Gender equality
  • Contribute to reduction of CO2 emissions
  • Reduces the risk of fire and release of toxic gases mostly experienced in batteries using liquid electrolytes as a result of thermal runaway
  • Increase the value of European R&D sector.