Free workshop – July 16 2018 9:30 – 17:00 Characterisation Methods to Accelerate Electrochemical Energy Storage

The University of Liverpool has been leading a collaborative fact finding study, working with research institutions across the UK to better understand the how evaluation of advanced energy materials during their operation within an energy storage device can support advances in future electrical energy storage.

The study will look at how electrochemical energy storage (EES) research can adapt to both current research priorities and rapidly changing innovations in energy storage.

Aim: To bring together knowledge based researchers from across the UK with industry partners to better understand how information developed through primary research into battery characterisation can be used by others to: • provide insights into their own materials and chemistries; • explore what mechanisms can be used to share research outcomes; • ensure acceleration of UK wide innovation; • identify potential infrastructure gaps where there is a critical need for new R&D investment;

Free workshop – July 16 2018 9:30 – 17:00 Characterisation Methods to Accelerate Electrochemical Energy Storage. Further information can be found here 
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