Battery Industry Day at Argonne

Battery Industry Day at Argonne

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 9:00 AM5:30 PM (Central Time)
Argonne National Laboratory
9700 South Cass Avenue
TCS Conference Center, Bldg 240
Lemont, Illinois 60439
United States
Summary:

Having ​revolutionized ​consumer ​electronics, ​continued ​improvement ​in ​energy ​storage ​will ​transform ​the ​way ​we ​power ​our ​vehicles ​and ​how ​we ​generate ​and ​use ​electricity. ​This ​presents ​a ​great ​opportunity, ​but ​also ​many ​challenges. ​

On ​June ​14, ​2017, ​Argonne ​National ​Laboratory ​will ​host ​Battery ​Industry ​Day ​at ​Argonne. ​This ​full-day ​event ​will ​provide ​companies ​large ​and ​small ​in ​the ​energy ​storage ​sector ​an ​opportunity ​to:

– Learn ​more ​about ​Argonne’s ​unique ​expertise ​and ​wide ​variety ​of ​capabilities ​in ​energy ​storage ​for ​transportation, ​the ​electric ​grid, ​and ​national ​security.

– Engage ​with ​Argonne ​experts ​on ​the ​latest ​battery ​technology ​developments ​and ​advancements ​in ​key ​industrial ​areas.

– Explore ​ways ​in ​which ​your ​company ​can ​ ​collaborate ​with ​Argonne ​and ​utilize ​its ​world-class ​scientific ​facilities. ​

– Hear ​how ​Argonne ​expertise ​can ​enable ​industry ​to ​develop ​technological ​products ​that ​impact ​society.

– Attend ​a ​poster ​session ​and ​hear ​technical ​talks ​by ​the ​next ​generation ​of ​battery ​scientists.

– Tour ​the ​Argonne ​energy ​storage ​facilities.

To ​learn ​more ​about ​Argonne’s ​energy ​storage ​program, ​go ​to ​http://access.anl.gov.

Details and registration information here: https://www.regonline.com/registration/checkin.aspx?EventId=1967964&MethodId=0&EventSessionId=&startnewreg=1

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