Energy Storage 1 - Preparing for the Electric Revolution: technology, economics and energy

Energy Storage 1 - Preparing for the Electric Revolution: technology, economics and energy

15 May 2019, 11:00 - 12:30

Dochart
Language:
English

Sponsored by Black & Veatch

Organised by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) 

Exploring the interdependencies of the critical elements associated with EV uptake – the power required; the economics around manufacture; and the technology developments enabling progress and future developments.

Chair: Anna Wise, Innovation Lead – Batteries, Innovate UK

Panellists:

  • Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
  • Professor Emma Kendrick, Chair of Energy Materials, University of Birmingham
  • Ian Ellerington, Head of Technology Transfer, Faraday Institution


Programme subject to change

Contributors

  • Emma Kendrick

    Speaker

    Chair of Energy Materials

    University of Birmingham

    Professor Emma Kendrick, CChem FIMMM FRSC is Chair of Energy Materials, School of Metallurgy and Materials, University of Birmingham. Previously a...

  • Ian Ellerington

    Speaker

    Head of Technology Transfer

    Faraday Institution

    Ian joined the Faraday Institution after six years in central government where he worked on designing and implementing innovation programmes in the...

  • Craig Frew

    Speaker

    Head of Emerging Energy Technologies

    Scottish Government

    Craig has been working in the energy sector for the past seven years and lead’s the Scottish Government Emerging Technologies Team. Craig leads on...

Sponsors

Black & Veatch

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