Webinar Thursday 14 June - Redox Flow Batteries for Stationary Storage

Webinar Thursday 14 June - Redox Flow Batteries for Stationary Storage

IDTechEx will be hosting a free webinar on Thursday 14 June titled Redox Flow Batteries for Stationary Storage.

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Webinar Thursday 14 June - Redox Flow Batteries for Stationary Storage
Webinar Title: Redox Flow Batteries for Stationary Storage
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Presenter: Dr Lorenzo Grande, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx
 
Space is limited - reserve your seat today!
 
Redox flow batteries (RFB) are an energy storage technology initially developed by NASA in the 70's for space applications. After several years of intensive R&D, in 2006, several key patents on the technology expired, opening up the arena to companies all around the world.
 
The redox flow battery technology, despite higher upfront costs and lower energy density, has a shorter payback time thanks to a good capacity retention even after many thousands of cycles. Additionally, RFBs retain most of their initial value thanks to the possibility to recycle their core components more easily than other battery chemistries. Some RFB chemistries, like that based on vanadium, are already commercial.
 
In this webinar by IDTechEx, Senior Technology Analyst Dr Lorenzo Grande will analyse the redox flow battery market by discussing the various technology alternatives, from iron-chromium, to polysulphide-bromine, to all-vanadium, zinc-bromine, and other hybrid systems.
 
IDTechEx predicts that the RFB market will be worth $4.5B by 2028, and will include all stationary storage applications, from residential to C&I to grid-scale systems. With ambitious projects underway like the massive 200 MW / 800 MWh system under construction in the Dalian peninsula in China, RFBs have the potential to become a mainstream technology that will compete directly with lithium-ion and sodium-sulphur, currently the two leading chemistries in the stationary storage market. RFBs can potentially make second-life Li-ion batteries obsolete by offering a stable cycle life and reduced engineering and BMS challenges. Recycling aspects will ensure that, once out of service, the raw materials will retain most of their value and will be used in brand new RFBs.
 
This webinar covers content from the IDTechEx report Redox Flow Batteries 2018-2028: Markets, Trends, Applications.
 
NEW! We will be holding exactly the same webinar three times in one day. Please register for whichever session is most convenient for you.
 
Date: Thursday 14 June 2018
Duration: 40 minutes
 
Webinar #1: Asia-Pacific
:00am (GMT+8) Singapore, Taipei, Beijing
9:00am (GMT+8) Australian Western Standard Time
10:00am (GMT+9) Tokyo, Seoul
10:30am (GMT+9.30) Australian Central Time
11:00am (GMT+10) Australian Eastern Time
1:00pm (GMT+12) Auckland, New Zealand
 
Webinar #2: Europe
10:00am (GMT+1) London
11:00am (GMT+2) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome
12:00noon (GMT+3) Athens, Jerusalem
 
Webinar #3: Americas
9:00am (Pacific Time PT) USA & Canada
10:00am (Mountain MST) USA & Canada
11:00am (Central CST) USA & Canada
12:00noon (Eastern EST) USA & Canada
5:00pm (GMT+1) London
 
 
 
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