19 Jun Meet BSEF at the International Flow Battery Forum
With an ever-growing electricity demand and rising pressure on reducing costs for energy storage and increasing performance, it is important to pay attention to and discuss all aspects of energy storage , development, and deployment.
As per this recent article by the Business Reporter, bromine flow batteries are an innovative and efficient energy storage solution
Bromine-based flow batteries are a highly efficient and cost-effective electro-chemical energy storage solution, providing a range of options to successfully manage energy from renewable sources, minimizing energy loss, reducing overall energy use and cost and safeguarding security of supply.
For this reason, BSEF will again participate at the International Flow Battery Forum: to support the business case for flow batteries and long duration energy storage, with case studies from around the world.
This tenth annual edition will be held from the 9th until the 11th of July in Lyon, France at the Lyon Convention Centre.
Would you like to join us in the discussions? It is not too late yet, register here and come find us. We would love to meet you and talk about new developments together!
What is the International Flow Battery Forum?
The International Flow Battery Forum is a 3-day conference dedicated to flow batteries.
The event will be covering flow battery operations, applications, manufacture, development and research. The aim is to bring together users, industry, suppliers and the R&D community to meet, learn, discuss and raise the profile of flow batteries as they are a crucial technology within the electrical energy storage sector.
Who will discuss what?
The 2019 programme will be looking at what is happening in the industry from the perspectives of manufacturers, developers, as well as users of flow batteries:
- Recent progress in the flow battery industry and news of recent flow battery installations
- Promotion of the business case for flow batteries and long duration storage
- Technical sessions covering materials and components
- Discussions on battery recycling, supply of raw materials as well as presentation of less familiar concepts in flow batteries
Various delegates and representatives from international companies will be speaking, including Andy Klassen from Avalon, Ben Sheppard from Redflow, Guillaume Chazelet from Kemiwatt and Daniel Manschke from Volterion GmbH.
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