This event occured in the past. Slides from the presentation are available here.
Emerging battery technologies
– commercialization of the next generation
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at Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, 1780 Copenhagen, Denmark
Monday, 17th of November 2014
from 3pm to 6.30pm
. . . . . download flyer here (2.1 MB) . . . . .
The world constantly needs cheaper ways to store energy.
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries serve us well, but can we do better?
This afternoon seminar focused on two emerging battery technologies that are in the crucial phase just before a commercial breakthrough: Na-ion and Li-sulphur batteries. We invited Faradion Ltd. and Oxis Energy Ltd. to talk about the technology as well as their start-up history. The talks were followed by a panel discussion.
3.00pm-3.15pm Welcome / Introduction
3.15pm-4.00pm Lithium-Sulfur – Next Generation Battery Technology
by Bob Hawkes, Battery System Manager, Oxis Energy Ltd.
4.00pm-4.15pm QnA – Questions from the audience
4.35pm-5.20pm Non-aqueous sodium–ion batteries…A low-cost future
by Dr. Chris Wright, Chairman, Faradion Ltd.
5.20pm-5.35pm QnA – Questions from the audience
5.35pm-6.30pm Panel discussion
The event was hosted in collaboration with IDA E and IDA Elteknik.