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Michał Sierszyński has graduated from Poznan University of Technology at Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control and Robotics and from Poznan University of Economics and Business – Project Management studies. He is currently a PhD student at AGH University of Science and Technology, im. Stanisława Staszica in Cracow. He has joined Solaris in 2004 as Design Engineer in Electrical and Electronics Department and since 2012 as Advanced Technology Manager in Development Department. His main activities cover development, research and analysis of new technical solutions, and technical project management.


  • June 11: E-buses for the masses

    Second life of the e-bus batteries - possible applications for energy storage systems

    Stationary energy storage market is considered to be one of the major possible solutions to restore degraded batteries. The battery lifespan for bus and stationary usage could be defined based on the feasibility studies. Each battery has an individual estimated lifetime. Since 2011 Solaris has produced nearly 200 battery electric buses, what obligate the company to think about recycling and second-life applications of energy storage systems. As a result Solaris decided to develop standardized battery packs that allows creating automotive as well as stationary energy storage applications. During the poster session possible ideas of reusing degraded batteries will be described.