ESGC 2018, organised by the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), offers an opportunity for industry, researchers and policymakers to discuss key issues and challenges facing the storage sector.
This one-day Electrical Energy Storage (EES) and International Battery & Energy Storage Alliance (IBESA) French summit aims to expand the use of all energy storage technologies at national and regional level and strengthen the domestic storage industry.
As 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 behavior of LIBs while forensic investigations and regulations are required.
Join us at this 14th annual event, which provides 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 explores how to economically increase battery energy density.
The race is on worldwide to expand EV battery horizons— with London in the driving seat for this event, which will focus on cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators.
The demand for batteries for electric mobility is leading to growing production capacities worldwide. Manufacturers are facing the challenge of implementing a battery production that is cost and resource efficient on a large gigawatt hour scale.
Discover the future of energy storage solutions at this year’s event. Find out about advanced- and post-lithium-ion technologies, battery manufacturing and ancillary technologies.
As 48V powered mild-hybrid cars become a reality, following years of investigating, planning, and technology optimisation, the next stage is to determine what more is possible to ensure this technology becomes a market standard.
As the UK ramps up its interest— and investment— in all things batteries, this event is back for its second annual outing with the them: Beyond the hype— unveiling commercial applications across automotive, energy & industrial.