Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Future lays somewhere beyond lithium-based chemistries-17

Next Generation Batteries 2013: April 30- May 1, 2013 - Boston, MA

Participate Virtually with World Leaders in Next Generation Battery Technology - 2nd Next Generation Batteries 2013 Conference to Be Web Livestreaming Thursday and Friday

Electrochemical Energy Storage Development at PNN
The environmental concerns and constraints of the fossil fuels, combined with energy security concerns, have spurred increasing interest in higher efficiencies systems and renewable energy technologies.
The transition from fossil based resources to renewable cannot be realized without effective energy storage technology.
The DOE Office of Energy Storage Program at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) is focused on the development of cost effective energy storage technologies to meet future energy needs.
Among the most promising storage technologies for the stationary applications are electrochemical storage technologies including redox flow batteries and Na-metal battery, and Na-ion technologies. This presentation will be given by Wei Wang, PhD, and Vincenet Sprenkle, PhD, of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory at Next Generation Batteries 2013 .
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