One of the remaining challenges in the field of portable electronics is the miniaturization of lithium-ion batteries without decreasing their storage capacity. To tackle this challenge and to effectively integrate battery technology in even a wider variety of applications, it is essential to produce high quality thin films for all-solid-state batteries. A remote plasma ALD process for the positive electrode material LiCoO2 was developed using the combination of CoCp2 as the cobalt precursor, LiOtBu as the lithium precursor and O2 plasma as the oxidant source. The thin films were deposited at a temperature of 325 °C with a virtually linear growth rate of 0.06 nm/cycle. After annealing the samples at 700 °C for 6 minutes the high temperature phase LiCoO2 was obtained, as demonstrated by XRD and Raman spectroscopy measurements. Electrochemical charge/discharge cycling showed good electrochemical activity with a promising storage capacity.