PlugVolt May 2014 Battery Seminar: Only Three Weeks Away

Global leaders from automotive, military, grid, and stationary storage industries to convene in Detroit, MI (USA) on 28-29 May, 2014 to discuss market sizing and commercial prospects, technical challenges, and recent advances in batteries and other alternative energy storage technologies

Join industry leaders from A123 Systems, American Furukawa, Amperex Technology Limited, AVL, Bitrode, Bosch, Chrysler, US DOE, Duke Energy, Eaton Corporation, EnerSys, Ford, Intertek, Johnson Controls, Kettering University, LG Chem, Lord Corporation, Macomb Community College, Michigan State University, Michigan Tech University, Navigant Research, Navitas Systems, Netzsch Technologies, Neuman Aluminum, Nissan North America, PEC, Sakti3, Thermal Hazard Technology, TUV SUD America, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, University of Texas, Wayne State University, XG Sciences, Yazaki North America and many more at PlugVolt's upcoming Battery Seminar in Detroit, Michigan (USA) on May 28-29, 2014.


Come participate on Day 1 in all of the in-depth discussions presented by an independent electro-chemist on electrical and mechanical designing for Energy vs. Power cells, and recent technological advances in anodes, cathodes, electrolytes, separators, and other battery components.

His presentations will be complemented on Day 2 by our guest speakers from A123 Systems, Bosch Battery Systems, Chrysler, Ford, Intertek, Johnson Controls (JCI), LG Chem, Michigan State University, Navigant Research, Navitas Systems, NextEnergy, Sakti3, Wayne State Univesity and XG Sciences, who will speak about battery technologies and their integration for automotive & grid applications, and novel, early-stage technologies showing a lot of promise.

Peter Faguy from Vehicle Technologies Office at the US Department of Energy (DOE) will also be delivering a keynote presentation on "NextGeneration Batteries For Electric Drive Vehicles (EDVs): R&D Highlights From The Energy Storage Projects Portfolio at The Vehicles Technologies Office Within The U.S. Department of Energy" on May 29, 2014.

Enjoy informal discussions, interactive Q&As, NextEnergy facility tour, evening cocktail receptions, complimentary meals, plenty of networking opportunities, and much more.

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Following are some key features that will be offered at this Battery Seminar:

- In-Depth Discussions by an Independent Electro-chemist on Electrical And Mechanical Designing For Energy vs. Power Cells, And Recent Technological Advances in Anodes, Cathodes, Electrolytes, Separators And Other Battery Components
- Overview of Energy Storage Technologies For Grid Applications and Automotive xEVs
- Commerical & Military Start-Stop And Micro-Hybrid Applications
- Li Ion Use in Transportation Markets, Looking at The Supply And Demand For Li Ion Batteries in Electric Two Wheelers, Start-Stop Vehicles, Hybrid & Plug-in Vehicles And Truck Markets
- Two Evening Receptions / Networking Mixers
- An Exclusive Tour of The NextEnergy Center
- Quick Pitching Sessions by Innovative Start-up Companies, With Participations From Inventev, LogiCoul Solutions, Optimal Process Technologies LLC, And Inmatech (University of Michigan)

The facility tour will also highlight NextEnergy and partners' unique testing and validation programs (in collaboration with DTE Energy, the Department of Defense, and leading automotive OEMs to name a few) such as:

- NextHome (a DC connected house),
- a vehicle-to-grid (V2G) program,
- a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) program, and
- a community energy storage project

This two-day seminar will be held at NextEnergy - a supporting organization for this event - at their Metro Detroit facility at 461 Burroughs St., Detroit, MI 48202 USA

For additional details, complete program agenda, and seminar registration form please visit:

http://plugvolt.com/blog/category/seminars/

Limited Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Visit www.plugvolt.com for more details.

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