NOTE: Due to the current COVID-19 situation the details below are just a guide and subject to change
Conference and exhibition (3 days)
Tuesday – Thursday
This is the eleventh annual conference by the IFBF covering flow battery operations, applications, manufacture, development and research. We bring together users, industry, suppliers, academics and the R&D community to meet, learn, discuss and raise the profile of flow batteries; they are a crucial technology within the electrical energy storage sector.
Flow battery visits (to be confirmed)
Thursday & Friday
There will be two flow battery visits:
- Thursday – evening visit to one of Volterion’s sites.
- Friday – visit to John Cockerill’s site at Seraing, Belgium where they have a demonstration of an integrated micro-network of renewable generation linked to various battery types, including flow batteries.
There are limited spaces so make sure you register early to guarantee a place. A separate registration is required for each visit.
Introductory seminar (to be confirmed)
This seminar is an electrical energy storage introduction to flow batteries and provides a background understanding of the need for energy storage on power systems market opportunities, while also covering the important technical and commercial aspects of flow battery design, manufacture and operation. This essential information allows delegates to successfully engage with the wide-ranging topics at the main IFBF conference. More info. Separate registration is required.
Evening drinks reception (to be confirmed)
We invite all delegates to join us for an early evening networking event.
IFBF dinner (to be confirmed)
Due to the postponement of the original IFBF conference, we have yet to confirm with the venue whether we will be able to hold the IFBF dinner on Wednesday 20th January which is sponsored by Solvay.
Registration to the rescheduled IFBF conference in January 2021 will reopen when details have been finalised.