This event is the biggest and most comprehensive lead-acid battery conference in Asia changing over the years from a very technical and scientific format to one that now also addresses the commercial and socio economic aspects of a growing, developing industry.
ICBR is the international platform for discussion of the latest developments and the challenges of battery recycling, bringing together decision makers in the battery recycling chain such as battery producers, recyclers, collection schemes, policy-makers and transport companies.
Energy Storage Technology & Application Convention India 2017 is the only energy storage convention combining technologies, demand and application in India. It focuses on analysing domestic and international cases; discussing energy storage policy and impact in India; updating the mega projects and potential markets in the country; showcasing the international advanced technologies to support the government initiative 'Make in India'; exploring energy storage demands and applications in India; and offers opportunities to network with energy storage project developers from different applications.
Topics will include the impact of energy storage in the commercial and industrial PV markets across the MENA region. Key sectors covered will include national storage integration strategies, support schemes, technological advancements, expansion scenarios and bottlenecks encountered in large-scale deployment.
InterBattery, sponsored by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, and directed by the Korea Battery Industry Association and Coex, is the country’s biggest secondary-cell battery convention. InterBattery is held alongside The Battery Conference, which is an international event for the exchange of ideas in considering the future of the industry.
For 18 years, the Batteries event has been a meeting place of technologies (lead acid, NiMH, Li-ion, Post Li-ion), applications from micro batteries to large format batteries and of the value chain (chemists OEMs and end users).
The International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS30) takes place in Stuttgart, Germany, from 9 to 11 October 2017. What started out in 1969 as an academic forum for the global exchange of information and ideas on new technologies is today a central meeting place for the entire electric mobility industry.
The conference will showcase latest government initiatives across the energy sector including energy storage, efficiency, smart grid power systems and electric vehicles. Sustainable transport and electric vehicles will form part of the conference programme for the first time.
The conference will provide in-depth coverage on the chemistries, both current and next-generation, that are shaping the future of energy storage. From novel electrode/electrolyte materials to higher-capacity cathode/anode structures, this conference will explore how to economically increase battery energy density.
Higher energy and higher use lead to higher risk. While research continues to boost the energy storage capability of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) and leads to expanding applications and consumer use, the task of implementing effective safety strategies falls on regulatory authorities, cell manufacturers, R&D engineers and forensic scientists. Accurate tests and models are critical for predicting and controlling the complex electrochemical, thermal and mechanical behaviour of LIBs while forensic investigations and regulations are required for safe transport. The conference continues this vital dialogue to integrate and implement LIB safety to meet ever-increasing energy demands.