30 June - 02 July, Düsseldorf, Germany

International Flow Battery Forum

List of papers 2010 – 2019

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2010

Recent advances with vanadium-based redox flow batteries
Professor Maria Skyllas-Kazacos1,2 
George Kazacos2
1School of Chemical Sciences and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia 
2V-Fuel Pty Ltd, Sydney, Australia

Progress & challenges in the development of flow battery technology
Professor Frank C. Walsh
Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory, Energy Technology Research Group & Research Institute for Industry, School of Engineering Sciences, University of Southampton, UK

The redox flow battery for energy storage and its future development
Professor Huamin Zhang
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, China Materials, components, design and manufacturing

Polymer-filled expanded graphite: an advanced bipolar plate material for redox flow batteries
Rainer Schmitt1, Alfred Hirschvogel1, Oswin Öttinger1, Mike Römmler2
1SGL Carbon GmbH, Germany
2SGL TECHNIC Inc., USA

The vanadium supply chain
Terrance T Perles
TTP Squared, Inc., USA

Carbon materials for the negative electrode of the Zn-Ce redox flow cell
G Nikiforidis1, L E A Berlouis1, D Hall2, D Hodgson2
1WestCHEM, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, UK
2Plurion Limited, UK

Redox flow batteries: electric storage systems for renewable energy
Tom Smolinka1, Sascha Berthold2, Martin Dennenmoser1,Christian Dötsch2, Jens Noack3, Jens Tübke3, Matthias Vetter1
1Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany
2Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, Germany
3Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT, Germany

The metamorphosis of flow batteries
Rick Winter
Primus Power, USA

Scale-up, operation and manufacture of redox flow batteries
Ian Whyte
Potential Reactions Ltd, UK

Zinc-bromine batteries: reducing the cost of electrical infrastructure
Christopher Winter
Redflow Technologies Ltd, Australia

Practical and commercial issues in the design and manufacture of vanadium flow batteries
Dr Martha Schreiber1, Martin Harrer1, Herbert Bucsich1, Matthias Dragschitz1, Ernst Steifert1, Peter Tymciw1, Adam Whitehead2
1Cellstrom GmbH, Austria
2CEST Kompetenzzentrum fuer elektrochemische Oberflaechentechnologie GmbH

Research effort on flow batteries at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jianlu Zhang1, Liyu Li1, Soowhan Kim1, Wei Wang1, Birgit Schwenzer1, Baowei Chen1, Zimin Nie1, Vijayakumar Murugesan1, Jun Liu1, Z. Gary Yang1, Michael Hickner2, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos3
1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
2Pennsylvania State University, USA
3University of New South Wales, Australia

Novel design and non-conventional applications for vanadium redox technology
Dr Placido M. Spaziante
Cellennium (Thailand) Co. Ltd.,Thailand

The development of redox couples for non-aqueous redox flow batteries
Doo-Yeon Lee, Hee-Young Sun, Seung-Sik Hwang, Joung-Won Park, Seok-Gwang Doo
Battery Group, Emerging Technology Center, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Korea

Vanadium/air redox flow batteries
S.S. Hosseiny1, M. Saakes2 and M. Wessling1
1University of Twente, Membrane Science & Technology, The Netherlands
2MAGNETO B.V., The Netherlands

Zinc bromine flow batteries
Bjorn Jonshagen and Touma B. Issa
ZBB, Australia

Electric vehicle applications of flow batteries: rapid recharging of EV’s by electrolyte exchange
Sir John Samuel
RE-Fuel Technology Ltd., UK

Non-aqueous vanadium redox flow batteries
Christian Doetsch2, Charles Monroe1, Levi Thompson1, Aaron Shinkle1, Alice Sleightholme1, Jens Tubke3
1University of Michigan, USA
2Fraunhofer Energy Technology (UMSICHT) Germany
3Fraunhofer Chemical Technology (ICT)

Standards for flow battery operation
Guido De Jongh
CEN-CENELEC, Belgium

Techno-economic modelling of a utility scale redox flow battery system
E. P. L. Roberts, D. P. Scamman
School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, University of Manchester, UK

Economic aspects of grid connected VRB-PV systems in domestic applications
G. Rimpler1, D. Greger2, C. Kimla2, M. Stifter3
1 Energenium Renewable Energy Business Development Consulting
2 SIBLIK Elektrik Ges.m.b.H&Co.KG
3AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology, Energy Department

The design and application of a flow cell system
Eric A. Lewis
Converteam UK Ltd, UK

Modelling, simulation and validation of PV-VRB systems
M. Stifter1, J. Kathan1, F Andren1, M. Clarke2, D. Greger3, G. Rimpler4
1AIT – Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria,
2TU Vienna, Institute for Energy Systems and Thermodynamics, Austria
3SIBLIK Elektrik Ges.m.b.H&Co.KG
4Energenium Renewable Energy Business Development Consulting

Redox flow batteries for next generation grid design and operation paradigms
Raquel Ferret1, Anita Gurbani2, Ana Aranzabe2, Arrate Marcaide2
1ZIGOR Research & Development, Spain
2Tekniker, Spain

Legislation and the commercialisation of flow battery systems in Europe
Anthony Price
Swanbarton Limited, UK

2011

Scottish and Southern Energy – energy storage projects
David MacLeman
R & D Manager, SSE Power Distribution.

Challenges and development opportunities for redox flow batteries
Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 2052.

An overview of the US department of energy’s flow battery program under the office of electricity delivery and energy reliability
Karen E. Waldrip
Advanced Power Sources Research and Development, Department 02546
Sandia National Laboratories, PO Box 5800, Albuquerque, New Mexico USA 87185-0614

Advanced redox flow battery R&D at PNNL
Zhenguo “Gary” Yang1, Liyu Li1, Soowhan Kim1, Wei Wang1, Birgit Schwenzer1, Baowei Chen1, Zimin Nie1, Vijayakumar Murugesan1, Qingtao Luo1, Jianlu Zhang1, Feng Chen1, Dean Matson1, Jianzhi Hu1, Michael Hickner2, Larry Thaller3, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos4, Huamin Zhang5
1Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, 902 Battelle Boulevard, P. O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352, USA
2Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 USA
3Consultant, NC, USA
4University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
5Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China.

Zinc bromine flow battery – grid substation installation
Alistair Steele & Bill O’Donnell
R&D Project Engineer, Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution
Premium Power Corporation

The opportunity for flow batteries within the energy storage market
Frank Escombe
EscoVale Consultancy Services

Report on the ZBB / CSIRO building energy storage project
Bjorn Jonshagen1, Geoff James2, Touma B Issacom3
1ZBB Energy Corporation Australia,2CSIRO Australia,
3ZBB Energy Corporation Australia

Design, characterisation and operation strategies of 1 kW all-vanadium redox flow battery
Martin Dennenmoser*, Kolja Bromberger,
Felix Osswald, Tobias Schwind, Karsten Koring,
Matthias Vetter, Tom Smolinka
*Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Heidenhofstraße 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany

A comparison of vanadium/oxygen fuel cells and vanadium redox flow batteries
J. Noack, C. Cremers, D. Palminteri, K. Pinkwart, J. Tuebke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology
Department for Applied Electrochemistry
Joseph-von-Fraunhofer-Str. 7, DE-76327 Pfinztal, Germany

Substrates for the cathode reaction in the Zn-Ce redox flow battery
G. Nikiforidis, L.E.A. Berlouis, D. Hall* and D. Hodgson+
WestCHEM, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XL.
*C-Tech Innovation Ltd, Capenhurst, Chester, CH1 6EH
+Vallontia, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 8FB

Characterization of a divided and undivided zinc-cerium flow battery
P.K. Leung, C. Ponce-de-León, C.T.J. Low, A.A. Shah, F.C. Walsh
Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory,
Energy Technology Research Group,
University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, United Kingdom.

The soluble lead acid flow battery
Xiaohong Li, Frank C. Walsh and Richard G.A. Wills
School of Engineering Sciences, The University, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK
Derek Pletcher School of Chemistry, The University, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK
John Collins and Duncan Stratton-Campbell, C-Tech Innovation Ltd, Capenhurst, Chester CH1 6EH

Progress on ion exchange membrane for VFB and experience of off-grid PV-VFB power supply system design
Huamin Zhang1,*, Zonghao Liu2, Xianfeng Li1
1Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences No.457 Zhongshan Road,
Dalian 116023, P.R.China
2Dalian Rongke Power Co., Ltd. No.22 Xinda St., High-tech Industrial Zone, Dalian 116025, P.R.China

Performance data, advantages and disadvantages of vanadium flow batteries
Martha Schreiber, Martin Harrer, Peter Pokorny
Cellstrom GmbH, IZ-NÖ Süd Straße 3 Objekt M36, 2355 Wr. Neudorf, Austria

Report on the commissioning of Prudent Energy’s 500 kW, 1000 kWh battery and recent projects
Simon Gray & Eric Lewis
Converteam UK Ltd, Rugby, CV21 1BU
Hugh Sharman, Prudent Energy Washington USA MD20814 & Beijing China 1000022

Controlling photovoltaic power generation with a vanadium redox flow energy storage system
F.Canal1,3, N.Martin1, F.Bourry2, P.Besson2, M.Perrin1 and X. Le Pivert2
1Laboratoire du Stockage de l’Elecricité (LSE), Institut National de l’Energie Solaire (INES), France
2Laboratoire des Systèmes Solaires (L2S), Institut National de l’Energie Solaire (INES), France
3Arts et Métiers ParisTech, Aix-en-Provence, France

Zinc-bromine batteries – commercialisation considerations and manufacturing economics
Christopher Winter
CTO RedFlow Limited, 1/27 Counihan Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Brisbane, Queensland 4069, Australia

Early design principles and test procedures for redox flow batteries
Lawrence H Thaller Ph.D.
Consultant

Recent insights into carbon felt electrodes for redox flow batteries
Rüdiger Schweiss, Tabea Oelsner, Fabian Dörfler, Anatoli Davydov, Stefan Wöhner and Alfred Hirschvogel
SGL Carbon GmbH, Werner von Siemensstrasse 18, 86405 Meitingen, Germany

Supply chain issues for flow battery separators
Michael Schuster, Fabian Wachs, Tomas Klicpera, Bernd Bauer
FuMA-Tech GmbH, Am Grubenstollen 11, 66386 St. Ingbert, Germany

Dynamics of vanadium supply and demand
Paul Casey
American Vanadium

The impact of the batteries directive 2006/66/EC on the flow battery industry
Ruska Kelevska, M.Sc.
Policy Officer, European Commission
DG Environment, Avenue de Beaulieu 5, B-1160 Brussels, Belgium

Standards for flow batteries
Guido De Jongh
Programme Manger, CEN CENELEC Management Centre, Rue de Stassart, 36, B-1050 Brussels

Case studies for vanadium flow battery applications
Christof Wiedmann, Stefan Schauss, Max Sylvester Thomas, Alexander Steingass, Lars Möllenhoff, Martha Schreiber
Cellstrom GmbH , IZ NÖ-Süd, Straße 3, Objekt M36, 2355 Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Advanced battery storage systems’ testing – a practical solution for power networks in cold climate operations
B. Muhando, G. Holdmann, M. Mager and K. Keith
Alaska Center for Energy and Power

Technical and economic assessment of utilizing vanadium redox flow batteries for grid integration of wind power
Sebastián A. Arroyo Klein1, Burak Türker1, Juan J. Trujillo2, Martin Kühn2, Bettina Lenz1
1NEXT ENERGY – EWE Research Center for Energy Technology at Carl von Ossietzky University, Oldenburg, Germany
2ForWind – Center for Wind Energy Research, Oldenburg, Germany

Progress on the EnergyPod™ product development
Rick Winter,
founder and CTO, Primus Power Corporation

Organic fuels for a novel flow battery / fuel cell energy storage system
Grigorii Soloveichik, Davide Simone, Matthew Rainka
General Electric Global Research, One Research Circle, Niskayuna, NY, USA

Aromatic ligand coordinated redox couples and their application into redox flow batteries
Doo-Yeon Lee, Myung-Jin Lee, Jung-won Park, Duck-Jin Oh, Seok-Gwang Doo
Battery Group, Energy Lab, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics Co., Korea

2-D All-vanadium redox-flow battery physical model for analyzing current distribution inside the cell and flow rate
Yu Wang, Dominik Schulte, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems, Institute for Power Generation and Storage Systems (PGS), E.ON ERC, RWTH Aachen University, Jaegerstrasse 17/19, D-52066 Aachen, Germany

Fabrication of the first vanadium flow battery in Iran
Ahmad Mousavifar, Mostafa Hassani3, Yousef Armoodeli1, Mohammad Ali Ramezani2
Iran, Renewable Energy Organization of Tehran, Iran, P.O.Box:14665-1169, fax: +982188377297
1President of Renewable Energy Organization of Iran (SUNA)
2Deputy for technical and executive of SUNA
3Senior engineer of project

2012

Metal ionic liquid (MetIL) electrolytes for redox flow batteries
Page 8
Travis M. Anderson, Nicholas S. Hudak, Jonathan C. Leonard, Harry D. Pratt III, and Chad L. Staiger
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 87185.

Design layout and operational experience of kW-class all vanadium redox flow battery stack
Page 10
Kolja Bromberger, Martin Dennenmoser, Matthias Vetter, Tom Smolinka
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Heidenhofstraße 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany

Thermodynamic framework for assessing the risk of large-scale electrochemical energy storage systems
Page 12
Sean Cuthbert
Technical Directorate, Lloyds Register Energy, Copenhagen, Denmark

Computational fluid dynamics analysis applied to a prototype flow battery
Page 14
J. Escudero-González1, A. Alberola, P.A. López-Jiménez1
1Hydraulic and Environmental Department.
Universitat Politècnica de València. Spain

Advanced electrodes for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 16
H. Finka, M. Rzepkaa, M. Wienerb, G. Reichenauerb and U. Stimmingc
aDiv. 1, Technology for Energy Systems and Renewable Energy, Walther-Meißner-Str. 6, D-85748 Garching, Germany
bDiv. 2: Functional Materials for Energy Technology, Am Hubland, D-97074 Würzburg, Germany
cTechnische Universität München, Institute for Advanced Study, Lichtenbergstraße 2 a, D-85748 Garching, Germany.

Deploying the future – lessons from three megawatt-scale energy storage projects
Page 18
Matthew Harper
Prudent Energy Corporation, 7200 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814, USA

A stand-alone, coupled solar photovoltaic and redox flow battery power generator system for domestic applications
Page 20
Jyothi Latha Tamalapakula and Sreenivas Jayanti
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, Chennai 600036, India

Practical operation of a 500 kWh zinc flow battery in a renewable energy building application
Page 22
Bjorn Jonshagena, Geoff Jamesb and Nathan Coadc
aJonshagen Consulting, Fremantal, Western Australia 6162, Australia
bCSIRO Energy Technology, PO Box 52, North Ryde, NSW 1670, Australia
cZBB Energy Corporation, Kardinya, Western Australia, 6163, Australia

Cycle life performance of a double component non-aqueous redox flow battery
Page 24
Doo-Yeon Lee, Duck-Jin Oh, Myung-Jin Lee Jung-won Park, Jun-young Mun, Seok-Gwang Doo
Battery Group, Energy Lab, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics Co., Korea

Pathway to greatly enhanced power density in vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 26
Matthew M. Mencha,b,c, Alexander B. Papandrewb, Qinghua Liua, Ahmet Turhana and Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Jrb,c.
aMechanical, Aerospace, and Biomedical Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
bChemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996, USA
cOak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831, USA

Multifunctional energy storage system FB200-400 based on Vanadium redox flow Technology
Page 28
Ilja Pawel, Stefan Haslinger, Adam H. Whitehead, Martin Harrer
Gildemeister Energy Solutions, Cellstrom GmbH, Industriezentrum NÖ-Süd, Straße 3, Objekt M36, 2355 Wr. Neudorf, Austria

Vanadium – a critical element
Page 30
Bill Radvak
American Vanadium Corp, Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2B5, Canada

Evaluation of graphite based bipolar plates for vanadium redox flow battery applications
Page 32
Antonio Rodolfo dos Santosa, Maik Beckera, Christine Minkea, Thorsten Hickmannb, Thomas Tureka, Ulrich Kunza
aClausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Process Engineering, Leibnizstr. 17, D-38678 Clausthal-Zellerfel, Germany and Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, am Stollen 19A, D-38640 Goslar, Germany
bEisenhuth GmbH & Co. KG, Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 203, D-37520 Osterode am Harz, Germany

Potentiometric control system for the all iron redox flow battery under operation conditions
Page 34
Carlos M. Sánchez-Sánchez, David Valeroa, Francisco Galluda, Vicente García-Garcíaa, Eduardo Expósitoa, Antonio Alberolab, Vicent Garcíab, Antonio Aldaza, Vicente Montiela
aInstituto Universitario de Electroquimica,
Universidad de Alicante, Ap. 99, 03080, Alicante, Spain
bResenergie S.L.,46020 Valencia, Spain.

Carbon materials for redox flow batteries – an industrial perspective
Page 36
Rüdiger Schweissa, Stefan Wöhnera, Dirk Schneiderb, Martin Kuchera, Oswin Öttingera
aSGL Carbon GmbH, Werner von Siemensstrasse 18, 86405 Meitingen, Germany
bSGL Carbon GmbH, Drachenburgstraße 1, 53179, Bonn, Germany

Performance results of a redox flow battery system applied to DC micro grid
Page 38
*Toshikazu Shibata, Toshiya Hisada, Naoki Ayai
Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., 1-1-3, Shimaya, Konohana-ku, Osaka 554-0024, Japan

Mathematical modelling and simulation of thermal effects on electrolyte temperature for the all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 40
Ao Tang, Jie Bao, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Cost estimates for redox flow battery systems
Page 42
Lawrence H. Thallera, Vilayanur Viswanathanb, Soowhan Kimb, Gary Yangb, Alasdair Crawfordb and Liyu Lib
aConsultant, 6 Waybridge Circle, Bluffton, SC, 29910
bPacific Northwest National Laboratory, 902 Battelle Boulevard, P. O. Box 999, Richland WA 99352

Hydrogen-bromine flow battery for grid-scale energy storage
Page 44
Kyu Taek Cho, Adam Z. Weber, Vincent Battaglia and Venkat Srinivasan
Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

Zinc-air flow batteries – an introduction to POWAIR
Page 46
Richard Willsa and John Collinsb
aSchool of Engineering Sciences, The University, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK
bC-Tech Innovation Ltd, Capenhurst, Chester CH1 6EH

Standardising flow batteries for use by system integrators
Page 48
Chris Winter
RedFlow Limited, 27 Counihan Road, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Brisbane, QLD 4073 Australia

Electrochemical study of surface modified graphite bipolar plates and felt electrodes applied in a redox flow battery to improve the energy efficiency
Page 50
Haiming Xiao, Julian Norley, David Stuart, Ryan Wayne, Deanna Burwell, Larry Jones, Shiow-Jing Huang, Michael Capp, Ian McCallum
GrafTech International, Parma, Ohio, USA

New generation vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 52
Z. Gary Yanga, Liyu Lia, Wei Wangb and Vince Sprenkleb
aUniEnergy Technologies, LLC, 4333 Harbour Pointe Blvd SW, Mukilteo, WA 98275 USA
bPacific Northwest National Laboratory, 902 Battelle Boulevard, P. O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352, USA

Regenerative fuel cells – a new perspective on longstanding problems
Page 54
Vladimir Yufita, Brian Halea, Mardit Matiana, Anthony Kucernakb and Nigel Brandona
aDepartment of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK
bDepartment of Chemistry, Imperial College London, UK

Membranes for flow batteries: materials and transport
Page 56
Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Jra,b*, Zhijiang Tanga,
Douglas S. Aarona, Jamie Lawtona, Qinghua Liua, Alexander B. Papandrewa, and Matthew Mench.
aChemical and Biomolecular Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996
bPhysical Chemistry of Materials Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN 37831

Demonstration projects of vanadium flow batteries by RKP and DICP
Page 58
Huamin Zhang1,2, Xiaoli Wang1
1Dalian Rongke Power Co. Ltd. (RKP), No. 22 Xinda Str., Hi-tech Industrial Zone, Dalian 116025, P.R. China
2Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), Chinese Academy of Sciences, No.457 Zhongshan Rd., Dalian 116023, P.R.China

Critical parameters of a vanadium redox flow battery for implementation with renewable energy sources
Page 60
B. K. Antonopoulosac, D. Mostc, J. Kunze-Liebhäusera,b
aDepartment of Physics E19, Technische Universität München, Garching, German
bInstitute for Advanced Study (IAS), Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany
cSiemens AG, 91058 Erlangen, Germany

Office of naval research global: energy research program – information and opportunities
Page 61
Shawn Thornea
aU.S. Office of Naval Research Global, 86 Blenheim Crescent, West Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 7HB, UK
Office of Naval Research (Headquarters), One Liberty Center, 875 N. Randolph Street, Suite 1425, Arlington, VA 22203-1995, USA

Poster Papers:

Evaluation of operating parameters for the Zn-Ce hybrid RFB
Page 63
L.E.A. Berlouisa, G. Nikiforidisa, D. Hallb and D. Hodgsonc
aWestCHEM, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow G1 1XL, UK
bC-Tech Innovation, Capenhurst, Chester, UK,
cVallontia, UK

Influence of the membrane electrode assembly preparation procedure on the discharge performance of vanadium-air redox flow batteries (VARFB)
Page 64
J. grosse Austing, U. Martin, A. Blömer, L. Komsiyska, E. Hammer
NEXT ENERGY • EWE-Research Centre for Energy Technology, Carl-von-Ossietzky Str. 15, 26129 Oldenburg, Germany

All-lead flow battery in fluoroboric acid electrolyte
Page 66
D.Y. Liua,b, J. Chengb, C. Gaoa, b, Y.H. Wenb, J.Q. Panb, G.P. Caob, Y.S. Yanga, b
aCollege of Science, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing 100029, China
bResearch Institute of Chemical Defence, Beijing 100191, China

Evaluation of treated graphite electrodes for a vanadium redox fuel cell
Page 68
O. Di Blasi, A. Di Blasi*, N. Briguglio, V. Antonucci
Institute of Advanced Technologies for Energy “Nicola Giordano”, National Research Council of Italy,
Salita S. Lucia sopra Contesse, 5 – 98126 Messina, Italy

Dendrite-free Zn deposition in the Zn-air flow battery for the electrical power distribution networks
Page 68
Aleksandra Gavrilovic,a, Andreas Laskosaa,b, Adam H. Whiteheada, Bernhard Gollasa,c
aCEST – Centre of Electrochemical Surface Technology, Wiener Neustadt, Austria
bInstitute of ChemicalTechnologies and Analytics, Technical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria
cInstitute for Chemistry and Tecéhnology of Materials, Graz University of Technology, Graz, Austria

Bifunctional oxygen electrocatalysts for the rechargeable zinc-air flow battery
Page 69
Xiaohong Li, Derek Pletcher, Frank C. Walsh, Andrea E. Russell, Richard G.A. Wills, Stephen W.T. Price, Scott F. Gorman,
Stephen J. Thompson
School of Engineering Sciences & School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK

Simulation of off-frid power systems incorporating a vanadium redox battery storage system
Page 70
Jon Estornés, Sara Corcuera, Chris Menictas and Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of NSW, Sydney, NSW, 2052, AUSTRALIA

Sandia validation testing of a RedFlow 5 kW, 10 kWh zinc-bromine module
Page 72
Summer R. Ferreira and David M. Rose
Sandia National Laboratories; Albuquerque, New Mexico 87185

Thermodynamics of flow battery electrode reactions
Page 74
Nicholas Hudak
Advanced Power Sources R&D, Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A.

An all copper RFB based on chloride rich ionic liquids
Page 76
David Lloyd, Tuomas Vainikka, Lasse Murtomäki, Kyösti Kontturi
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry, Department of Chemistry, Aalto University, Kemistintie 1, PO Box 16100, 00076, Aalto, Finland

Redox flow battery strategies – making renewable energy viable
Page 78
Sarah Mallinson, Jamie Kizewski and Robert Slade
Department of Chemistry, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK

New modification of a vanadium flow battery in Iran
Page 80
S. A. Mousavifar, B. Ansar Dezfooli, M. Hassani, A. Younesi, A. Shiroudi
Renewable Energy Organization of Iran (SUNA), P.O.Box:14665-1169, Tehran, Iran

Cell design, long-term stability test and direct half-cell measurements with dynamic hydrogen electrode for a vanadium/air fuel cell
Page 82
J. Noack and J. Tuebke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Applied Electrochemistry, Joseph-von-Fraunhofer-Str. 7, DE-76327 Pfinztal, Germany

Development of VRFB stack and proton conductive membrane for electricity energy storage applications
Page 84
Baoguo Wang*, Yongshen Fan, Geletu Qing, Xiao Chen, Wei-Nan Guo, Shiqiang Song
R & D Centre of Flow Battery, Department of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 100084, China

Study on an acid single flow Zn-PbO2 battery
Page 86
Yuehua Wen, Jie Cheng, Yan Xu, Gaoping Cao, Yusheng Yang
Research Institute of Chemical Defence, Beijing 100191, China

Research of two kinds of organic electrode materials —hydroquinones/quinones in the redox flow battery
Page 87
Yan Xu, Yue-Hua Wen, Jie Cheng and Yu-Sheng Yang
Research Institute of Chemical Defence, Beijing 100191, China

Investigation of several carbon allotropes as electrode materials for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 87
J. Melke, J.Oehl, M. Kerner, C. Roth
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Germany

2013

A dual-circuit cerium-vanadium redox flow battery for water electrolysis
Page 8
Véronique Amstutz, Kathryn E. Toghill, Hubert H. Girault
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Insights into hydrogen/bromine flow batteries
Page 10
Kyu Taek Cho, Adam Z. Weber, Vincent Battaglia and Venkat Srinivasan
Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

The importance of material selection and exploitation for improving flow battery cost and performances
Page 12
Paula Cojocaru, Luca Merlo, Francesco Triulzi, Marco Apostolo
Solvay Specialty Polymers, Italy

What a redox flow battery really has to cost?
Page 14
Martin Dennenmoser, Sebastian Steininger, Heidrun Reile, Joachim Went, Matthias Vetter
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany

Plasma activated modification of ion exchange membrane for vanadium crossover removal
Page 16
Francisco Fernández-Carretero, Daniel González-Santamaria, Alberto García-Luis,
Mikel Insausti-Munduate
Tecnalia, Spain

Testing and analysis of vanadium redox flow battery – learning from fuel cell research
Page 18
Peter Fischer, Karsten Pinkwart, Heinz Sander, Erich Gülzow, Stefan Heidemann, Stephan Moeller
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (FhG-ICT), Department of Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

Spectroscopic study of VO2+/VO2+ electrolytes
Page 20
Xin Gao, Andrea Bourke, Robert P. Lynch, Martin J. Leahy and D. Noel Buckley
Dept. of Physics and Energy, Charles Parsons Initiative on Energy and Sustainable Environment, Materials and Surface Science Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland

Operating experiences: scalable and modular VRFB energy storage systems under real conditions
Page 22
Stefan Haslinger, Ilja Pawel, Martin Harrer, Adam H. Whitehead
Gildemeister Energy Solutions (Cellstrom GmbH), Austria

Introducing EnerVault’s Engineered Cascade™ system: results from a novel redox flow battery architecture and use of mixed-species iron chromium electrolytes
Page 24
Dr. Craig R. Horne and Ronald J. Mosso
EnerVault Corporation, USA

Redox flow lithium-ion battery
Page 23
Qizhao Huang, Feng Pan and Qing Wang
Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, NUSNNI-NanoCore, National University of Singapore

Corrosion of a carbon-based bipolar plates for vanadium redox flow batteries in presence of chloride
Page 26
Alan Kwan, Carolina Nunes Kirchner, Lidiya Komsiyska, Eva Maria Hammer, Sergio Alfredo Garnica Barragan, Meinert Lewerenz
NEXT ENERGY·EWE-Research Centre for Energy Technology, Germany

Advanced diagnostics for redox flow batteries
Page 28
Qinghua Liu, Jason Clement, Thomas A. Zawodzinski Jr and Matthew M. Mench
BRANE Laboratory, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering and Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Tennessee, USA

Field tests of the 1 MW x 5 hours vanadium flow battery system with the photovoltaic power system
Page 30
Yoshiyuki Nagaoka, Toshikazu Shibata, Takahiro Kumamoto, Kazunori Kawase, Keiji Yano
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd, Japan

Development of redox flow batteries for mobile applications
Page 32
J. Noack, F. Wandschneider, T. Herr, D. Palminteri, M. Hihn, T. Roth, G. Cognard, K. Stadelmann, P. Fischer, J. Tübke, K. Pinkwart, P. Elsner
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology,
Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

A power system operator’s requirements for electrical energy storage
Page 34
Jonathan O’Sullivan,
Sustainable Power Systems, EirGrid plc, Ireland

Oxygen electrodes for alkaline metal–air flow batteries
Page 36
Derek Pletcher, Andrea A. Russell, Stephen W.T. Price, Stephen J. Thompson, Frank C. Walsh, Xiaohong Li, Richard G.A.Wills and Scott F. Gorman
Chemistry, University of Southampton, UK

Carbon components in redox flow batteries – the past and the future from an industrial perspective
Page 38
Dirk Schneider, Rüdiger Schweiss
SGL Carbon GmbH, Germany

Scale-up of vanadium-redox-flow-stacks
Page 40
Thorsten Seipp, Sascha Berthold, Jens Burfeind, Christian Dötsch
Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, Germany

Flow battery research to flow battery commercialisation
Page 42
Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia

Semi-solid flow cells
Page 46
Kyle C. Smith, Zheng Li, Nir Baram, Brandon J. Hopkins, Frank Fan, W. Craig Carter, and Yet-Ming Chiang
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Redox flow battery development for stationary energy storage applications at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Page 48
Vincent Sprenkle, Wei Wang, Qingtao Luo, Xiaoliang Wei, Bin Li, Zimin Nie, Baowei Chen, Vijayakumar Murugesan, David Reed, Ed Thomsen, Vilayanur Viswanathan, Brian Koeppel, David Stephenson,
Alasdair Crawford
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, USA

Redox flow batteries – design by the numbers
Page 50
Lawrence Thaller
USA

Large scale batteries – safety requirements for European Union and North America
Page 52
Werner Varro
TÜV-SÜD, Germany

Development of manufacture processes of key materials and VRFB stack for energy storage
Page 54
Baoguo Wang, Yongshen Fan, Weinan Guo, Shiqiang Song, Zhijun JIa
R & D Centre of Flow Battery, Tsinghua University, China

Charge imbalance in the vanadium redox flow battery
Page 56
Adam H. Whitehead, Peter Pokorny, Markus Trampert and Paul Binder
Gildemeister Energy Solutions (Cellstrom GmbH), Austria

The vanadium air redox flow battery project “tubulair±“
Page 45
Wolfgang Winkler
Institute for Energy Systems and Fuel Technology, Hamburg, Germany

Flow battery operating experience: residential scale
Page 58
Chris Winter
Redflow Limited, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Australia

Chemistry & engineering to make a good vanadium battery better
Page 60
Rick Winter
UniEnergy Technologies, USA

Improving performance through advanced materials for redox flow batteries
Page 64
Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Jr, Che Nan Sun, Zhijiang Tang, Douglas S. Aaron, Jamie Lawton, Michael Bright, Alan Pezeshki, Aexander B. Papandrew, and Matthew Mench
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Department, University of Tennessee, USA

Progress on the technology and utility-scale demonstration of vanadium flow battery
Page 62
Huamin Zhang, Xiaoli Wang, Zonghao Liu, Xianfeng Li
Division of energy storage, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Poster Papers:

Preparation and characterization of cathodes for vanadium-air-redox-flow batteries (VARFB) by electrochemical metal deposition on 3D carbon-based electrodes
Page 68
Jan grosse Austing, Eva Maria Hammer, Lidiya Komsiyska
NEXT ENERGY·EWE-Research Centre for Energy Technology, Germany

Operational experiences of using a 500 kWh zinc-bromine flow battery system in an industrial scale wind auto production application
Page 66
Raymond Byrne
Centre for Renewable Energy,
Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Towards bifunctional catalysts for vanadium-air redox flow batteries: preparation and characterization of Pt nanoparticles
Page 69
C. Gutsche, M. Knipper, H. Borchert, T. Plaggenborg and J. Parisi
Department of Physics, Energy and Semiconductor Research Laboratory, University of Oldenburg, Germany

Redox flow batteries with robust 3D-structured carbon-based electrodes
Page 72
J. Langner, S. Zils, C. Neumann, M. Otter, M. Bron, J. Melke, K. Nikolowski, H. Ehrenberg, C. Roth
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT),
Institut für Angewandte Materialien (IAM), Germany

Asymmetric structured and highly soluble redox couples for non-aqueous redox flow battery
Page 70
Doo-Yeon Lee, Jung-Won Park, Duk-Jin Oh, Myung-Jin Lee, Basab Roy, Seok-Gwang Doo
EV/ESS Group, Energy Storage Lab, Energy & Environment R&D Center, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology, Samsung Electronics Ltd., Korea

Performance of new generation vanadium mixed acid redox flow batteries
Page 73
Liyu Li, Rick Winter, and Gary Z. Yang
UniEnergy Technologies, USA

Occupational safety issues with chloride-based redox flow batteries
Page 74
John McCann and Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering and Industrial Chemistry, University of New South Wales, Australia

Development of cation exchange membrane for the all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 75
Yong-Hwan Oh, Cheol-Hwi Ryu, Gab-Jin Hwang
Grad. School, Dep. Green Energy, Hoseo University, Korea

Integration and characterization of gaskets and frame into bipolar plates for vanadium redox flow battery applications
Page 76
Antonio Rodolfo dos Santos, Thorsten Hickmann, Thomas Turek, Ulrich Kunz
Institute of Chemical Process Engineering,
Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

Predictive model for electrolyte flow distribution in flow battery systems
Page 78
Jyothi Latha Tamalapakula and Sreenivas Jayanti
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, India

Diffusion of vanadium ion (3+) and proton in hydrated Nafion membrane by molecular dynamic simulation
Page 80
Hwa-Jou Wei, Wen-Song Hwang, Lee-Chung Men Rouh-Chyu Ruaan
Chemistry Division, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taiwan

Development of ion exchange membranes for high energy efficiency redox flow batteries
Page 82
Masako Yoshioka, Ryohei Iwahara, Akira Nishimoto, Masahiro Yamashita and Masaru Kobayashi
Corporate Research Center, Toyobo Co., Ltd., Japan

Performance optimisation of a regenerative hydrogen vanadium fuel cell
Page 84
V. Yufit, P. Mazur, H. Hewa Dewage and N.P. Brandon
Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

2014

Performance of a vanadium/air redox flow battery (VARFB) comprising a two-layered cathode
Page 10
Jan grosse Austing, Carolina Nunes Kirchner, Lidiya Komsiyska, Gunther Wittstock
NEXT ENERGY EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Oldenburg, Germany

Long term supply potential of redox battery electrolyte from black shale hosted vanadium mineralisation in Xiushui County, Jiangxi Province, South Eastern, China
Page 12
A.Lee Barker
VanSpar Mining Inc. Toronto, Canada

Guidance for membrane selection in vanadium flow batteries: micro-porous separators versus thin-film anion-or cation-exchange membranes
Page 14
Bernd Bauer, Tomá Klicpera, Michael Schuster
FuMA-TechGmbH, Germany

Investigation of positive and negative half-cells in a vanadium redox flow battery
Page 16
Andrea Bourke, Nathan Quill, Robert P. Lynch and D. Noel Buckley
Department of Physics & Energy, and Materials & Surface Science Institute, University of Limerick, Ireland

New concept for large scale redox-flow-systems
Page 18
NielsBredemeyer, Dr Christoph Roosen, Gregor Polcyn, Peter Toros
ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Germany

Study of loss mechanisms in a regenerative hydrogen vanadium fuel cell
Page 20
H. Hewa Dewage, V. Yufit, G. Goenaga, D. Aaron, A. Papandrew, T. Zawodzinski and N.P. Brandon
Imperial College London
Department of Earth Science and Engineering, UK
University of Tennessee, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, USA

Development of improved bipolar plates for vanadium redox-flow batteries with functionality integration
Page 22
Antonio Rodolfo dos Santos, Thorsten Hickmann, Thomas Turek, Ulrich Kunz
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Process Engineering, Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen and Eisenhuth GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

The electrode composed of carbon nanotube for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 24
Keizo Iseki, Gaku Oriji, Masatoshi Ichikawa, Ryuji Monden, Kenzo Hanawa
Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Japan

Bromine based rechargeable batteries: the chemistry and the electrochemistry
Page 26
B.-Z. Magnes, E. Lancry, I. Ben-David, R. Elazari and M. Freiberg
ICL-IP R&D, Israel

A metal-free organic-inorganic aqueous flow battery
Page 28
Michael P. Marshak, Brian Huskinson, Changwon Suh, Süleyman Er, Michael R. Gerhardt, Cooper J. Galvin,
Xudong Chen, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Roy G. Gordon and Michael J. Aziz
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences,
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology,
Harvard University, USA

EnerVault 250 kW – 1 MWh system: development and commissioning of the world’s largest iron-chromium RFB
Page 30
Ronald J. Mosso
EnerVault Corporation, USA

The development of VFB systems for renewable energy applications
Page 32
Yoshiyuki Nagaoka, Katsuya Yamanishi, Toshiikazu Shibata, Takahiro Kumamoto and Yasumitsu Tsutsui
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Japan

Elucidating modes of degradation in vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 34
Alan Pezeshki, Che-Nan Sun, Thomas A. Zawodzinski, Jr., Matthew M. Mench
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering University of Tennessee, Physical Chemistry of Materials Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering University of Tennessee, Emissions and Catalysis Research Group, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

Coordination chemistry flow battery (CCFB) for grid-scale energy storage
Page 29
Steven Reece
Sun Catalytix, USA

Online controlled operation of corrosion resistant vanadium flow battery with constant capacity
Page 36
S.Rudolph, U.Schröder, I.M.Bayanov
Bozankaya BC& C, Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry, Germany,
Kazan National Research Technical University, Russian Federation

What does it take to manufacture an efficient carbon felt electrode?
Page 38
Rüdiger Schweiss, Stefan Wöhner, Martin Kucher, Oswin Öttinger, Christian Rüdiger, Dirk Schneider
SGL Carbon GmbH, Germany

Improved catalyst for vanadium redox flow battery development
Page 40
Vincent Sprenkle, Wei Wang, David Reed, Bin Li, Brent Kirby, Ed Thomsen, Xiaoliang Wei, Zimin Nie, Vijayakumar Murugesan, Vilayanur Viswanathan, Brian Koeppel, Baowei Chen, Alasdair Crawford
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

Developments in the design, fabrication and implementation of a dual-circuit redox flow battery
Page 42
Kathryn E. Toghill, Véronique Amstutz, Heron Vrubel, Pekka Peljo, Joanna Morgado, Hubert H. Girault
School of Chemical Engineering EPFL-ISIC-SB-LEPA, Switzerland

Performance and durability of the Br2 – H2 redox flow cell
Page 44
Michael C Tucker, Kyu Taek Cho, Venkat Srinivasan, Vincent Battaglia, Adam Z. Weber, Guangyu Lin, Pau Ying Chong, and Trung Van Nguyen
Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, TVN Systems, Inc.

Nanomaterials for redox flow batteries
Page 46
Ivan Vakulko, Mathieu Etienne, Michel Perdicakis, Alain Walcarius
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry and Microbiology for the Environment, France

Investigation of energy loss by shunt current and membrane permeation for improving VFB stack performance
Page 48
Baoguo Wang, Minghua Li, Bingyang Li, Shiqiang Song, Yongshen Fan
R & D Centre of Flow Battery, Dept of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, China

Regulation of the vanadium redox flow battery in Europe
Page 50
Adam Whitehead, Gerhard Fuchs, Martin Harrer
Cellstrom GmbH, Austria

Flow batteries for high renewable penetration micro grid applications
Page 52
Craig Wilkins and Paul Siblerud
ViZn Energy Systems, Inc., USA

Flow batteries for duck curves
Page 56
Rick Winter
UniEnergy Technologies, USA

The development of flow battery technology
Page 54
Huamin Zhang
Division of Energy Storage, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, China

Poster Papers:

Temperature effect on vanadium redox battery capacity decay due to ion diffusion and side reaction
Page 60
Rajagopalan Badrinarayanan, Jiyun Zhao
Exquistus, Centre for E-City, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Electrolyte flow configuration in vanadium flow battery, optimised in accordance with operation efficiency
Page 62
I.M.Bayanov, S.Rudolph, U.Schröder, Bozankaya BC C, Germany
Kazan National Research Technical University, Russian Federation
Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry TU-Braunschweig, Germany

Model validation for a VFB using potential probes during polarisation curve measurements
Page 64
Maik Becker, Niels Bredemeyer, Christoph Roosen, Gregor Polcyn, Ulrich Kunz, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Process Engineering, Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions GmbH, ThyssenKrupp Electrolysis GmbH, Germany

Characterisation of gasket materials for flow batteries
Page 65
Jonas Brenk, Samuel Kage, Jens Noack, Peter Fischer and Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (FhG-ICT), Department of Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

Searching for the suitable and best operation mode – modelling and operational management of a vanadium redox flow battery system
Page 66
Maximilian Bruch, Martin Dennenmoser, Joachim Went, Kolja Bromberger
Fraunhofer Institute of Solar Energy Systems ISE, Germany

A 2D model of vanadium flow batteries: analysis of self-discharge due to vanadium ions crossover
Page 68
Andrea Casalegno, Eugenio Rovera, Matteo Zago, Andrea Baricci, Enrica Micolano, Mauro Scagliotti
Department of Energy, Politecnico di Milano
Power Generation Technologies and Materials Department, Ricerca sul Sistema Energetico – RSE S.p.A., Italy

Degradation of carbon felt electrodes in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 68
I. Derr, J. Langner, C. Roth
Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Flexible multiscale testing bench for vanadium flow batteries
Page 69
Petra Dotzauer
ZAE Bayern, Energy Storage, Germany

Polyimide membrane for vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 70
Dennis Düerkop, Hartmut Widdecke, Ulrich Kunz, Antonio Rodolfo dos Santos
Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Automotive Engineering/Institute of Recycling,
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Process Engineering, Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, Germany

Vanadium crossover in vanadium air redox flow batteries: studies on the influence on platinum catalysts
Page 69
Christian Gutsche, Martin Knipper, Holger Borchert, Thorsten Plaggenborg and Jürgen Parisi
University of Oldenburg, Germany

Modified carbon materials as electrocatalysts in all vanadium-redox-flow batteries
Page 72
Mark Hartmann, Stefan Rümmler, Susanne Zils, Matthias Otter, Christian Neumann, Sabine Schimpf, Michael Bron
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II, Technische Chemie Erneuerbarer Energien, Freudenberg Forschungsdienste, Heraeus Quarzglas, Germany

Electrochemical impedance spectra of vanadium redox flow battery at different operating conditions
Page 74
Chin-Lung Hsieh, Yen-Ting Liu, Kan-Lin Hsueh, Ju-Shei Hung
Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Dept. Energy Engineering, Dept. Chem. Eng., National United University, Taiwan

Designing flow fields for all-liquid redox flow battery systems
Page 76
Sreenivas Jayanti and Jyothi Latha Tamalapakula
Department of Chemical Engineering, India

A unique PVC-silica microporous membrane
Page 78
Carole Laine
Amer-Sil S.A., Luxembourg

3D-structuring of carbon-based electrodes for all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 79
J. Langner, D. Dixon, S. Zils, C. Neumann, M. Otter, F. Scheiba, H. Ehrenberg and C. Roth
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Institut für Angewandte Materialien, Freudenberg Forschungsdienste, Heraeus Quarzglas, Freie Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Biologie, Germany

Redox-flow batteries with robust 3D-structured carbon-based electrodes
Page 79
J. Langner, J. Melke, I. Derr, C. Roth, F. Scheiba, H. Ehrenberg, S. Schimpf, S. Rümmler, M. Bron, S. Zils,
A. Komp, M. Otter and C. Neumann
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Freie Universität Berlin, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg,
Freudenberg Forschungsdienste, Heraeus Quarzglas, Germany

Highly efficient, dendrite-free zinc deposition in the alkaline zinc-air flow battery
Page 80
Andreas Laskos, Christian Zelger, Bernhard Gollas, Aleksandra Gavrilovi-Wohlmuther
Centre of Electrochemical Surface Technology, Neustadt, Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Materials,
Graz University of Technology, Austria

Commercialising the chloride-containing all vanadium redox flow battery
Page 83
Liyu Li, Rick Winter and Gary Z. Yang
UniEnergy Technologies, LLC.

Electrochemical deposition of iridium on graphite felt electrode for vanadium air redox flow battery cathodes
Page 84
Timo Michele Di Nardo, Lidiya Komsiyska, Jan grosse Austing, Oliver Osters, Carolina Nunes Kirchner
NEXT ENERGY – EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Oldenburg, Germany

Optimisation of stable and conductive graphite-based composite bipolar plate for an all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 85
Minjoon Park, Yang-jae Jung and Jaephil Cho
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering,
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology,
South Korea

Wrapping carbon black in N-doped graphene by using corn protein: electrocatalyst for high performance vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 86
Minjoon Park, Jaechan Ryu, Youngsik Kim and Jaephil Cho
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea

Organic electrolytes for symmetric redox flow batteries
Page 87
Rebecca Potash, James McKone, Kenneth Hernández-Burgos and Hector Abruña
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University, USA

Optimisation of the all-vanadium redox-flow battery system regulation based on spatial modelling
Page 88
Yu Wang, Heide Budde-Meiwes, Dirk Uwe Sauer
Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems Group, Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives, Institute for Power Generation and Storage Systems, E.ON ERC, RWTH Aachen University, Juelich Aachen Research Alliance, JARA-Energy, Germany

Tubular redox-flow battery: “tubulAir”
Page 89
C. Weidlich, K.-M. Mangold, S. Ressel and W. Winkler
DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, HAW Hamburg, Germany

2015

Design, manufacture and deployment of a VFB
Page 12
Ángel Álvarez, Raquel Ferret, Maddi Sánchez, Alberto Izpizua, María Rivas, Carlos Sánchez
EDP Spain, Zigor, Tekniker, Isastur, Spain

New developments on zinc/air flow batteries
Page 14
B. Amunátegui, A.Ibáñez, M. Sierra and M. Pérez
Tecnicas Reunidas, Proprietary Technology Development Division, Madrid, Spain

Recent developments in the zinc-cerium redox flow battery for energy storage
Page 16
Luis F. Arenas, Carlos Ponce de León, Frank C. Walsh
Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment University of Southampton, UK

Investigation of crossover processes in a bidirectional vanadium/air redox flow battery
Page 18
Jan grosse Austing, Carolina Nunes Kirchner, Lidiya Komsiyska, Oliver Osters, Gunther Wittstock
Next Energy – EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Oldenburg, Germany
Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Faculty of Mathematics and Science, Institute of Chemistry, Germany

Performance characteristics of the Zn-Ce hybrid redox flow battery
Page 20
Léonard Berlouis, Georgios Nikiforidis and Rory Cartwright.
WestCHEM, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Membraneless hydrogen bromine flow battery for low-cost energy storage
Page 22
William A. Braff, Martin Z. Bazant, and Cullen R. Buie
Giner, Inc., Newton, MA, USA
Departments of Chemical Engineering and Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA

A vanadium-redox flow battery for the Isle of Gigha: learning to date
Page 24
James Cross, John Samuel, Gary Simmonds, Peter Ridley
EA Technology, UK
Renewable Energy Dynamics Technology (REDT), UK

Study of loss mechanisms in a regenerative hydrogen cerium fuel cell
Page 26
H. Hewa Dewage, B. Wu, A. Tsoi, V. Yufit, G. Offer and N.P. Brandon
Imperial College London: Department of Earth Science and Engineering, School of Design Engineering,
Department of Mechanical Engineering, UK

Boosting vanadium flow battery operating voltage at high load by 0.5 V using gold vs. carbon cathodes, and exploring non-vanadium oxidants with 15- to 30-fold greater current density
Page 28
David A. Finkelstein, Joseph D. Kirtland, Nicolas Da Mota, Abraham D. Stroock, Héctor D. Abruña
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University, United States

Redox flow battery membranes with improved vanadium-ion barrier properties
Page 30
Lorenz Gubler, Olga Nibel, Lukas Bonorand
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

Influence of vanadium ions on platinum catalysts for vanadium air redox flow batteries
Page 32
Christian Gutsche, Christoph J. Moeller, Martin Knipper, Holger Borchert, Juergen Parisi, Thorsten Plaggenborg
University of Oldenburg, Department of Physics, Energy and Semiconductor Research Laboratory, Germany

Experimental studies of size effect on pressure drop in serpentine flow fields for all-vanadium redox flow battery applications
Page 34
Sanjay Kumar, Rajshree Chakrabarti, Sreenivas Jayanti
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, India

Evaluation of electrode materials towards extended cycle-life of all-copper redox flow battery
Page 36
Puiki Leung, Enrique Garcia-Quismondo, Laura Sanz, Jesus Palma, Marc Anderson
IMDEA Energy Institute, Spain.
Environmental Chemistry & Technology Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Impact of pulsating electrolyte flow on full vanadium flow battery
Page 38
Chun Yu Ling, Ming Han and Erik Birgersson
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Clean Energy Research Center, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

Separator performance and scale-up of the all-copper RFB
Page 40
David Lloyd, Laura Sanz, Lasse Murtomäki
Department of Chemistry, Aalto University, Finland

Cost potentials for VFB core components
Page 42
Christine Minke, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering, Germany

Robust 3D-structured carbon-based electrodes for all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 44
Joachim Langner, Julia Melke, Igor Derr, Mark Hartmann, Stefan Rümmler, Susanne Zils, Frieder Scheiba,
Dominic Samuelis,Ansgar Komp, Matthias Otter, Christian Neumann, Sabine Schimpf, Michael Bron,
Helmut Ehrenberg, Christina Roth
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT), Germany
Freie Universität Berlin (FUB), Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry, Berlin
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), Technische Chemie Erneuerbarer Energien, Germany
Freudenberg Forschungsdienste, Germany, Heraeus Quarzglas, Germany

Power delivery and thermal management of electronic packages using redox flow systems
Page 46
Patrick Ruch, Neil Ebejer, Arvind Sridhar and Bruno Michel
IBM Research – Zurich, Switzerland

A novel iron/iron flow battery for grid storage
Page 48
Jonathan Sassen, Jonathan Goldstein, Linoam Eliad, Nir Baram
Epsilor-Electric Fuel Ltd., Israel

Recent test results of the 5 MWh flow battery system
Page 50
Toshikazu Shibata, Toshio Ooka, Kazuhiro Fujikawa, Syuji Hayashi, Takahiro Kumamoto, Yoshiyuki Nagaoka, Katsuya Yamanishi and Yasumitsu Tsutsui
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Japan

Materials-selection criteria for next-generation flow-batteries
Page 52
Rylan Dmello and Kyle C. Smith
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA and the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research

Supercooled catholyte based on solvate ionic liquid
Page 54
Kensuke Takechi, Yuichi Kato and Yoko Hase
Toyota Research Institute of North America, USA
Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc., Japan

Improving the durability, performance, and cost of the Br2 – H2 redox flow cell
Page 56
Michael C. Tucker, Adam Z. Weber, Ryszard J. Wycisk, Peter N. Pintauro, Michael Bates, Sanjeev Mukerjee, Venkata Yarlagadda, Trung Van Nguyen, Pau Ying Chong, and Guangyu Lin
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA, Vanderbilt University, Northeastern University, University of Kansas and TVN Systems, Inc.

Scotland’s energy systems
Page 58
Seonaid Vass
Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow, UK

Ambipolar zinc-polyiodide electrolyte for high energy density aqueous redox flow battery
Page 60
Wei Wang, Bin Li, Zimin Nie, Vijayakumar Murugesan, Guosheng Li, Jun Liu, Vincent Sprenkle,
Pa

Critical safety features of the vanadium redox flow battery
Page 62
Adam H. Whitehead, Markus Trampert, Peter Pokorny, Paul Binder, Thomas Rabbow
Cellstrom GmbH, Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Improvements to the soluble lead acid flow battery
Page 64
Richard G.A. Wills, Muthu Krishna, David Hall
Faculty of Engineering & the Environment, the University of Southampton, C-Tech Innovation Ltd., UK

Go with the flow: reports on installed systems in Germany and the US
Page 66
Rick Winter
UniEnergy Technologies, USA

Poster Papers:

Advancements in the demonstrator of the dual-circuit all-vanadium redox flow battery for hydrogen generation
Page 70
Heron Vrubel, Véronique Amstutz, Pekka Peljo, Kathryn Toghill and Hubert Girault
Laboratoire d’Electrochimie Physique et Analytique, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne,
EPFL–Energypolis, Switzerland

Recent progress in quinone-based aqueous flow batteries
Page 72
Qing Chen, Michael P. Marshak, Michael Gerhardt, Changwon Suh, Andrew Wong, Liuchuan Tong, Suleyman Er, Roy G. Gordon, Alan Aspuru-Guzik, Michael J. Aziz
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA

Investigation of the HCl-system and comparison to the conventional H2SO4-system for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 73
J. Baumgarten, A. B. Britz, K. L. A. Belener, R. Hempelmann
Saarland University, Physical Chemistry, Germany

Functionality integration in bipolar plates for vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 74
Maik Becker, Katharina Schafner, Peter Toros, Nils Tenhumberg, Niels Bredemeyer, Gregor Polcyn, Ulrich Kunz, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering and
Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions GmbH, ThyssenKrupp Electrolysis GmbH, Germany

Hydrogen bromide flow batteries as a source for bulk energy storage
Page 76
Arnon Blum
EnStorage Israel, Israel

A vanadium redox flow battery for uninterruptible power supply applications
Page 78
Thomas Buczkowski, Jens Noack, Peter Fischer, Jens Tübke, Karsten Pinkwart
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

Chemical aging of carbon felt electrodes in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 75
Igor Derr, J. Langner and C. Roth
Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry, Freie Universität Berlin, Institute for Applied Materials – Energy Storage Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

PVC-Silica ion exchange membrane for use as separator in redox flow batteries
Page 80
Mateusz L. Donten, Cana Khalouche, Andreea Pasc, Michel Perdicakis, Mathieu Etienne and Carole Lainé
Amer-Sil, Luxembourg, LCPME UMR 7564 CNRS – Université de Lorraine, SRSCM UMR 7565, CNRS – Université de Lorraine, France

A dynamic equivalent circuit model for a vanadium flow battery with varying cell resistance
Page 82
Petra Dotzauer and Andreas Jossen
Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern)

Two flow battery ideas
Page 82
Bjorn Hagen 
BH Consulting, Australia

Carbon composite materials with chemical surface functionalization as electrodes in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 83
M. Hartmann, S. Rümmler, S. Schimpf and M. Bron
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Technische Chemie Erneuerbarer Energien, Germany,

Design of organic additives for vanadium redox flow battery
Page 84
Jinyeon Hwang, Hyuck Lee, Bo-Mi Kim, Sheeraz Mehboob and Heung Yong Ha
Center for Energy Convergence Research, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Korea University, South Korea

Lab-scale VFB investigation at IFPEN – from experiment to modelling
Page 86
Jenny Jonquille, Domenico Di Domenico, Nadine Gürer, David Pasquier, Renaud Revel
IFP Energies Nouvelles, France

Fluidic and charge network analyses for the theoretical optimization of electrolyte flow field design in advanced vanadium redox flow battery
Page 85
Ah-Reum Kim, Sung-Jae Chung, Sukkee Um
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Hanyang University, South Korea

Nitrogen-doped carbons as electrode materials for all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 88
Hyo June Lee, Hansung Kim
Dept. of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Yonsei University 262 Seongsanno, South Korea

A nickel chelate complex cation as a single redox couple working in non-aqueous electrolyte for redox-flow batteries
Page 90
Hyun-seung Kim, Taeho Yoon, Ji Heon Ryu, Seung M Oh
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University, South Korea

Optimal system design for all-vanadium redox flow batteries considering the power-electronic grid connection
Page 92
Sebastian Koenig, Michael R. Suriyah, Thomas Leibfried, Thomas Lueth, Daniel Leypold and Joerg Bornwasser
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, TRUMPF-Hüttinger GmbH & Co. KG, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems, Germany

Improvements to the soluble-lead flow battery (SLFB)
Page 91
M. Krishna and R.G.A Wills
Energy Technology Research Group, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton, UK

The influence of the graphitization degree of carbon-based electrodes in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 94
J. Langner, S. Zils, F. Scheiba, H. Ehrenberg and C. Roth
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Institut für Angewandte Materialien, Freudenberg New Technologies, Freie Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Biologie, Chemie, Pharmazie, Germany

Use of UV-Vis absorption spectroscopy to measure state of charge in all-vanadium flow batteries
Page 96
Cattleya Petchsingh, Nathan Quill, Robert P. Lynch, Daniela Oboroceanu, Deirdre Ní Eidhin,
Catherine Lenihan, Xin Gao and D. Noel Buckley
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering, Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick, Ireland

Zinc bromide flow batteries: custom bromine complexing agents
Page 98
Ben-Zion Magnes, Ran Elazari, Iris Ben-David
and Ronny Costi
ICL-IP R&D, Isreal

Numerical investigation of species crossover phenomena in hydrogen/bromine redox flow batteries
Page 100
Kyeongmin Oh and Hyunchul Ju
Inha University, South Korea

Three-dimensional, transient modelling of H2/Br2 redox flow batteries
Page 102
Kyeongmin Oh and Hyunchul Ju
Inha university, South Korea

Oxidation resistivity of VGCFTM electrode for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 104
Gaku Oriji, Keizo Iseki, Masatoshi Ichikawa and Kenzo Hanawa
Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Showa Denko K.K., Japan

Influence of ion-exchange membrane features on the performance of all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 95
J. Pocedič, P. Mazúr, P. Blěský, J. Vrána, J. Dundálek, J. Kosek
New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Czech Republic

Regeneration of capacity-disbalanced vanadium electrolyte for all-vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 75
Nataliya Roznyatovskaya, Tatjana Herr, Matthias Fühl, Jens Noack, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer-Institut for Chemical Technology, Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

Functionality integration in bipolar plates for vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 106
Antonio Rodolfo dos Santos, Thorsten Hickmann, Thomas Turek, Ulrich Kunz
Fraunhofer-Institut for Chemical Technology, Applied Electrochemistry, Germany

Chemical stability of a polypropylene-graphite composite bipolar plate in a resting vanadium redox flow battery
Page 107
Barbara Satola, Carolina Nunes Kirchner, Lidiya Komsiyska, Oliver Osters, Gunther Wittstock
Next energy – EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Oldenburg, Germany

Characterization of membranes for vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 108
Katharina Schafner, Maik Becker, Peter Toros, Nils Tenhumberg, Niels Bredemeyer, Gregor Polcyn, Ulrich Kunz, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering, Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions GmbH, ThyssenKrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers GmbH, Germany

Larger-scale pilot plant for VFB electrolytes preparation
Page 110
Jiří Vrána, Petr Mazúr, Jaromír Pocedič, Jan Dundálek, Juraj Kosek
Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Chemical Technology, New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

Polysulphide-air redox flow battery – a novel solution for grid scale energy storage
Page 112
Yuhua Xia, Nigel Brandon and Vladimir Yufit
Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

Physically based impedance modelling of a VFB for diagnostics
Page 113
Matteo Zago, Eugenio Rovera and Andrea Casalegno
Politecnico di Milano, Italy

2016

Demonstration of the synergies between hydrogen generation and a flow battery
Page 12
Véronique Amstutz, Heron Vrubel, Alberto Battistel, Fréderic Gumy, Christopher Dennison, Pekka Peljo, Hubert Girault
EPFL Valais-Wallis, Sion, Switzerland

The reaction environment at the positive electrodes of the zinc-cerium flow battery
Page 14
Luis Arenas, Carlos Ponce de León, Frank Walsh
Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

Recent progress in aqueous organic flow batteries
Page 16
Michael Aziz, Kaixiang Lin, Qing Chen, Eugene Beh, Michael Gerhardt, Andrew Wong, Liuchuan Tong, Alvaro Valle, Rafael Gomez-Bombarelli, Michael Marshak, Roy Gordon, Alan Aspuru-Guzik
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, MA, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Harvard College, Cambridge MA 02138

Study of flow behaviour in all-vanadium flow battery
Page 18
Arjun Bhattarai, Nyunt Wai, Rüdiger Schweiss, Adam Whitehead, Günther Scherer, Purna Ghimire, Hng Huey Hoon
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany, Gildemeister energy storage GmbH, Wr. Neudorf, Austria, TUM CREATE, Singapore

Felt compression for all-vanadium flow batteries
Page 20
Leon Brown, Rhodri Jervis, Tobias Neville, Thomas Mason, Paul Shearing, Daniel Brett
Electrochemical Innovation Lab, Dept. Chemical Engineering, UCL, London,
Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering, Dept. Chemical Engineering, UCL, London

Ionic liquids-mediated aqueous electrolytes for redox flow batteries
Page 22
Ruiyong Chen, Rolf Hempelmann
Joint Electrochemistry Lab, KIST Europe, Saarbrücken, Germany, Physical Chemistry, Saarland University

High temperature bromine complexing agents for bromine-based flow batteries
Page 24
Ronny Costi, Ran Elazari, Alina Grego, Iris Ben-David, Olga Globerg-Oster
ICL Industrial Products R&D, Beer Sheva, Israel

The importance of cell compression pressure for flow battery performance
Page 26
Trevor Davies, Natasha Gunn and David Ward
University of Chester, Thornton Science Park, Ince, UK

Chemical aging and electrochemical degradation of carbon felt electrodes in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 28
Igor Derr, Michael Bruns, Daniel Przyrembel, Christina Roth
Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

The benefits of commercial partnerships for market deployment of flow batteries
Page 30
Bruce Eberzy
Redflow, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Investigating the solvation of vanadium ions in the vanadium flow battery electrolyte using molecular dynamics and metadynamics
Page 32
Sukriti Gupta, Nyunt Wai, Tuti Lim, Samir Mushrif
Energy Research Institute and Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, NTU, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, NTU, Singapore

How resistive are your bipolar plates and end plates?
Page 34
Bjorn Hage, Burak Caglar, Jens Noack, David Lloyd, Pertti Kauranen, Alex Winter
bh consulting, Australia, Fraunhofer ICT, Germany,
Aalto University, Finland, Redflow Ltd., Australia

Porous carbon-based 3D electrocatalysts for the positive half-cell reaction in all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 36
Mark Hartmann, Stefan Rümmler, Sabine Schimpf, Michael Bron
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Naturwissenschaftliche Fakultät II, Technische Chemie Erneuerbarer Energien, Halle (Saale) Germany

Characterization of state-of-the-art membranes in a hydrogen-bromine flow battery: a key to understanding the mechanisms for proton and bromide-species transports
Page 38
Yohanes Antonius Hugo, Wiebrand Kout, Kitty Nijmeijer
Elestor B.V., Arnhem, Membrane Science & Technology Group, Department of Chemical Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands

X-ray computed tomography as a tool for assessment of flow battery performance
Page 40
Rhodri Jervis, Leon Brown, Tobias Neville, Daniel Brett, Paul Shearing
Electrochemical Innovation Lab, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, University College London, Centre for Nature Inspired Engineering, Dept. of Chemical Engineering, UCL, London

An innovative approach for the model-based flow rate optimization of vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 42
Sebastian König, Michael Suriyah, Thomas Leibfried
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany

FleXtore: The first hydrogen bromine flow battery in an office building
Page 44
Wiebrand Kout, Raphaël van der Velde, Carolien Stroomer-Kattenbelt, Nico Dekker
Elestor BV, Arnhem, Witteveen+Bos Raadgevende Ingenieurs BV, Deventer, HAN University of Applied Science, Arnhem, ECN Energy research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

Investigation and operation of a 40 cm² hydrogen bromine redox flow battery with and without organic bromine complexation agents
Page 46
Michael Kuettinger, Jens Noack, Ran Elazari, Ronny Costi, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Applied Electrochemistry, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany, Electrochemistry Lab, R&D, ICL-IP, Beer-Sheve, Israel

Influence of pulse current charging techniques and brighteners for electrodeposition of zinc in Zn/air flow cells
Page 48
Michael Lanfranconi, Hans-Joachim Lilienhof
Westphalian University of Applied Science, Germany

Research and development of the zinc bromine flow battery
Page 50
Xianfeng Li, Huamin Zhang
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China

Comparison of a high and low voltage inverter system designs used to connect flow batteries to the grid
Page 52
Thomas Lueth and Jens Kaufmann
TRUMPF Hüttinger, Freiburg, Germany

Advanced vanadium redox flow batteries and applications for renewable integration
Page 54
Andreas Luczak
Vanadis Power GmbH, Nuremberg, Germany

New flow battery design concepts for increasing power density and market penetration
Page 56
Chris Menictas, Cheuk-Yi Cheung, Victoria Timchenko and Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Recycling vanadium from boiler ash
Page 58
Gaku Oriji, Irwansyah, Keizo Iseki, Masatoshi Ichikawa, Kenzo Hanawa
Hanawa Laboratory, Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Showa Denko K.K.,1-1-1, Ohnodai,
Midori-Ku, Chiba-Shi, Chiba, Japan

The competitive landscape for flow batteries
Page 60
Anthony Price, Adam Whitehead,
Swanbarton Limited, Malmesbury, United Kingdom, Gildemeister energy storage Gmbh, Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Opportunities for flow batteries in off-grid markets: profitability, market size and recommendations for successful business development
Page 62
Michael Salomon
Clean Horizon Consulting, Paris, France

Towards symmetric all-organic flow batteries
Page 64
James Saraidaridis, Christo Sevov, James Suttil, Melanie Sanford, Charles Monroe
Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA, Phillips 66, Oklahoma City, USA

Electroless aging of graphite-polypropylene composite bipolar plates in vanadium redox flow battery electrolyte
Page 66
Barbara Satola, Carolina Nunes Kirchner, Lidiya Komsiyska, Gunther Wittstock
NEXT ENERGY·EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology at the University of Oldenburg,
Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg,
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Center of Interface Science, Institute of Chemistry, Germany

Flow batteries – the clear choice for investors grade energy storage solutions
Page 68
Stefan Schauss
Gildemeister energy storage GmbH, Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Performance benchmarking of novel bromine sequestration agents for zinc / bromine flow battery applications
Page 70
Martin Schneider, Gobinath Rajarathnam, Anthony Vassallo
School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Sydney, Australia

High performance seal-less redox-flow-stacks for decentralized energy storage
Page 72
Thorsten Seipp, Sascha Berthold, Andreas Albert, Lukas Kopietz, Jens Burfeind, Christian Dötsch
Volterion GmbH, Dortmund, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

Large scale vanadium redox flow battery: fast – tracking development
Page 74
Enrique Serrano, Angel Hernández, Beatriz Oraá, Alba Sanchez,Veselin Miroslavov, Enrique Garcia – Quismondo and Jesús Palma
PVH Storage, Alcobendas, IMDEA Energy Institute, Móstoles, Spain

60 MWh vanadium flow battery system for grid control
Page 76
Toshikazu Shibata, Shuji Hayashi, Yutaka Iwamura, Yoshiyuki Nagaoka, Keiji Yano, Shohei Fukumoto, Takahiro Kumamoto, Takashi Kanno, Atsuo Ikeuchi, Katsuya Yamanishi, Yasumitsu Tsutsui, Kunihiko Tada, Takatoshi Matsumoto, Akira Inoue, Masakazu Morishita, Toshiyuki Ono, Masakazu Niiyama, Takeshi Kimura, Shinichi Kimoto
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Osaka, Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc. Hokkaido, Japan

Flow batteries for high frequency power switching in renewable micro-grid applications
Page 78
Paul Siblerud
ViZn Energy Systems, Inc. Columbia Falls, USA

The German energy transition: status quo and investment opportunities for energy storage systems
Page 80
Heiko Staubitz, Nico Koch
Germany Trade & Invest Gesellschaft für Außenwirtschaft und Standortmarketing mbH, Berlin, Deutschland

Optimization of the cerium/hydrogen redox flow cell
Page 82
Michael Tucker, Alexandra Weiss, Adam Weber
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA

Evaluating 6 years of VFB operational experience in Vierakker, Netherlands (2010 – 2015)
Page 84
Jeroen de Veth
Trinergie, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Vanadium redox flow battery system testing under Washington State Clean Energy Fund
Page 86
Vilayanur Viswanathan, Alasdair Crawford, Trevor Hardy, Di Wu, Tao Yang, Patrick Balducci, Vincent Sprenkle
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), Richland, WA, USA

Redox flow “X-Battery” for large-scale energy storage
Page 88
Qing Wang
Department of Materials and Engineering,
National University of Singapore, Singapore

Materials selection and chemistry development for novel redox flow batteries
Page 92
Wei Wang, Xiaoliang Wei, Bin Li, M. Vijaykumar, Zimin Nie, Vincent Sprenkle
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, USA

Challenges in industrial production of flow battery stacks
Page 95
Albrecht Winter
J. Schmalz GmbH, Glatten, Germany

Flow battery technology: recent progress and applications
Page 90
Huamin Zhang
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China

Poster Papers:

Modification and advanced characterisation of carbon paper electrodes for the all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 100
Barun Chakrabarti, Vladimir Yufit, Farid Tariq, Javier Rubio Garcia, Anthony Kucernak, Nigel Brandon
Imperial College London, South Kensington, London, UK

Stress-dependent porosity estimation by non-linear structural analysis and post-CFD modelling of deformed flow fields in VRFB
Page 96
Sung-Jae Chung, Ah-Reum Kim, Joo-Hee Park, Sukkee Um
Dept, of Mechanical Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Screening of redox couples for alkaline redox flow batteries
Page 98
Alejandro Colli, Pekka Peljo, Véronique Amstutz, Hubert Girault
EPFL Valais-Wallis, LEPA, Switzerland

Solid-phase charge storage in redox mediated flow batteries
Page 101
Christopher Dennison, Tong Wu, Pekka Peljo, Alberto Battistel, Heron Vrubel, Véronique Amstutz, Hubert Girault
EPFL Valais-Wallis, LEPA, Switzerland

Experimental study of shunt currents in laboratory VFB stack
Page 104
Jan Dundalek, Jiri Vrana, Milan Solik, Jaromir Pocedic, Petr Mazur, Milos Toulec, Juraj Kosek
New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Czech Republic

Comparison of a flow-by and a flow-through setup for a vanadium-redox-flow battery
Page 102
Lina Elbers, Ramón Förster, Hans-Joachim Lilienhof
Westphalian University of Applied Sciences, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Electrospun-based composite carbon electrode for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 105
Abdulmonem Fetyan, Manoj Kayarkatte, Christina Roth
Institute of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Free University of Berlin, Germany

Modelling a novel interdigitated flow field design for redox flow battery
Page 106
Daouda Fofana, Edward Robert
Schulich School of Engineering, Calgary, Canada

Synthesis of glassy carbon model surfaces to catalyze the vanadium redox reactions
Page 106
Tobias Greese, Hubert Gasteiger
ZAE Bayern, Garching, Technical Electrochemistry, TUM, Germany

Single cell performance analysis for novel titanium / manganese redox flow battery
Page 108
Kei Hanafusa, Kenichi Ito, Hirokazu Kaku, Yong-Rong Dong, Kiyoaki Moriuchi, Toshio Shigematsu
Power Systems R&D Center, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Osaka, Japan

Characterisation study of vanadium redox flow battery and its implementation in automotive applications
Page 107
Gopinath Hariram, Pramila Rao, Samraj Dhinagar
TVS Motor Company Limited, Hosur, Tamil Nadu, India

Application of Nafion/polybenzimidazole blend membranes to vanadium flow batteries
Page 110
Sangwon Kim, Dirk Henkensmeier, Nayeun Jo, Lidiya Komsiyska, Gaurav Gupta
Microfluidics Group, KIST Europe, Saarbrücken, Germany, Fuel Cell Research Center, KIST, Seoul, Korea, NEXT ENERGY · EWE Research Centre for Energy Technology, Oldenburg, Germany

Economics of the vanadium redox flow battery for home and community storage
Page 112
Sebastian König, Martin Uhrig, Thomas Leibfried
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany

Optimization of electrode-flow field interaction in an all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 114
Sanjay Kumar, Sreenivas Jayanti
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, India

Advantages of the chloride-containing all vanadium redox flow battery system
Page 116
Liyu Li
UniEnergy Technologies, LLC, Mukilteo, USA

Optical state of charge monitoring of vanadium flow battery
Page 118
Robert Lynch, Nathan Quill, Jennifer Joyce, Sergiu Albu, Cattleya Petchsingh, Deirdre Ní Eidhin, Daniela Oboroceanu, Catherine Lenihan,
Xin Gao, D. Noel Buckley
Department of Physics & Energy, University of Limerick, Ireland

Miniaturized interdigitated flow fields for redox flow batteries: Introducing tapered multi-pass architectures
Page 117
Julian Marschewski, Lorenz Brenner, Neil Ebejer, Patrick Ruch, Bruno Michel, Dimos Poulikakos
Laboratory of Thermodynamics in Emerging Technologies, Mechanical and Process Engineering Department, ETH Zurich,
IBM Research – Zurich, Switzerland

Fine etching of electrode surface by catalytic oxidation using atomically dispersed metal for redox enhancement
Page 122
Jun Maruyama, Takahiro Hasegawa, Satoshi Iwasaki, Tomoko Fukuhara, Kei Hanafusa
Osaka Municipal Technical Research Institute,
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Osaka, Japan

Copper batteries for heat-to-power conversion
Page 124
Sunny Maye, Pekka Peljo
Laboratoire d’Electrochimie Physique et Analytique, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Graphene-modified graphite felts for a vanadium redox flow battery
Page 120
P. Mazúr, J. Mrlík, J. Pocedič, J. Vrána, J. Dundálek, J. Kosek
New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Institute of Chemical Technology Prague, Czech Republic

Application of porous glass membranes in redox flow batteries – analysis of the influences of membrane thickness, pore structure and surface modification
Page 121
Horst Mögelin, Andrei Barascu, Ralf Meyer, Dirk Enke, Ulrich Kunz
Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering, Clausthal-Zellerfeld,
Institute of Chemical Technology, Leipzig, Germany

Ion-exchange membranes with designed bifunctionality for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 126
Olga Nibel, Lorenz Gubler, Thomas Schmidt
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, Zürich, Switzerland

Modelling the distributions of electrolyte flow and pressure in a zinc/bromine flow battery module
Page 142
Sung June Park, Boram Koo, Chee Burm Shin, Dae-Sik Kim, Hyun-Jin Jung, Tae Hyuk Kang
Ajou University, Suwon, Lotte Chemical, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

Vanadium supply for VFB applications
Page 128
Terry Perles
TTP Squared, Inc., Pittsburgh, USA

Unit cell model of a regenerative hydrogen-vanadium fuel cell
Page 130
Catalina Pino, Vladimir Yufit, Marina Lomberg, Harini Hewa Dewage, Nigel Brandon
Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

Comparison of fluorinated membranes in an all-vanadium redox flow battery
Page 132
Jaromír Pocedič, Jiří Charvát, Petr Mazúr Jiří Vrána, Jan Dundálek, Juraj Kosekk
New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

High quality electrolyte support to achieve a good performance of the vanadium flow battery
Page 134
Jerry Qiu, Yanbo Chen
Dalian Bolong New Materials Co Limited, Dalian, China

A tubular vanadium/air redox flow cell: fabrication and first experimental results
Page 136
Simon Ressel, Simon Fischer, Sandra Haschke, Stefanie Schlicht, Claudia Weidlich, Michael Jeske, Julien Bachmann, Antonio Chica, Thomas Flower, Thorsten Struckmann
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Inst. for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficient Systems, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Hamburg, Germany, Instituto de Tecnología Química, Universitat Politècnica de València-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Valencia, Spain, Uniwell Rohrsysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Ebern, Germany, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg, Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy,
Erlangen, Germany, DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Electrochemistry, Frankfurt a.M., Germany. FUMATECH BWT GmbH, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany.

Experimental validation of a zero-dimensional VFB model including transport processes through the membrane
Page 138
Katharina Schafner, Maik Becker, Nils Tenhumberg, Niels Bredemeyer, Gregor Polcyn, Ulrich Kunz, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering,
Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, Goslar,ThyssenKrupp Uhde Chlorine Engineers GmbH, Dortmund, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Dortmund, Germany

Design and feasibility study of a 10 MW industrial-scale vanadium redox-flow battery
Page 139
Katharina Schafner, Malte Bierwirth, Marvin Braun, Bjarne Kreitz, Frank Schwering, Jens Wiegmann, Eva Prumbohm, Christine Minke, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Engineering, Clausthal-Zellerfeld,
Energie-Forschungszentrum Niedersachsen, Goslar, Germany

Development of carbon-based polymer composites as bipolar plates: understanding the relation between morphology and conductivity
Page 140
Jiří Vrána, Jan Dundálek, Martin Kroupa, Martin Pecha, Petr Mazúr, Jaromír Pocedič, Juraj Kosek
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic

“tubulAir±”: in situ SOC-monitoring at a VFB test stand
Page 144
Claudia Weidlich, Philipp Pyka, Klaus-Michael Mangold, Simon Ressel, Thomas Flower
DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt, HAW Hamburg, Germany

Network redox-flow
Page 142
Claudia Weidlich, Christina Roth, Ulrich Kunz, Michael Bron
DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt/Main,
Freie Universität Berlin,Technische Universität Clausthal, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

Effect of material treatments via carbon nanoparticles on VRFB performance
Page 143
Matteo Zago, Eugenio Rovera, Giorgio Nava, Francesco Fumagalli, Fabio Di Fonzo, Andrea Casalegno
Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Center for Nanoscience and Technology, Milano, Italy

2017

Aqueous organic-organometallic RFB with extreme capacity retention at neutral pH
Page 12
Michael J. Aziz, Eugene Beh, Diana DePorcellinis, Rebecca L. Gracia, Kay T. Xia, Roy G. Gordon
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Harvard College, Cambridge MA, USA

Reducing electrolyte imbalance in the all vanadium flow battery
Page 14
Arjun Bhattarai, Rüdiger Schweiss, Adam Whitehead, Günther G. Scherer, Nyunt Wai, Purna C. Ghimire, Tam D. Nguyen, Moe O. Oo, Huey Hoon Hng
School of Material Science and Engineering, Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Energy Research Institute @ Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany, Gildemeister energy storage GmbH, Wiener Neudorf, Austria, TUM CREATE, Singapore

Probing pore-scale mass transfer in redox flow batteries
Page 16
Fikile Brushett, Jarrod Milshtein, Kevin Tenny, John Barton, Javit Drake, Robert Darling
Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The University of Kansas, United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford CT, USA

Characterisation of novel additives for use in the ZnBr2 hybrid flow battery
Page 18
Declan Bryans, Leonard Berlouis, Mark Spicer, Brian McMillan, Alastair Wark
WestCHEM, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

MoO3 as catalysts for high power vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 20
Liuyue Cao, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos, Da-Wei Wang
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

The electrode composition determines the faster half-cell in a vanadium redox flow battery
Page 45
Jochen Friedl, Ulrich Stimming
Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Study of in situ locally resolved current density measurements in flow battery single cells and stacks
Page 22
Tobias Gerber, Peter Fischer, Jens Noack, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT), Pfinztal, Germany

Organic RFB with alkaline aqueous-based electrolytes: Kemwatt’s road to market strategy
Page 24
Thibault Godet-Bar
Kemwatt, Rennes, France

Amphoteric ion exchange membranes for vanadium flow batteries with higher transport selectivity and cycle stability
Page 26
Lorenz Gubler, Olga Nibel, Thomas J. Schmidt
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen PSI, Switzerland

The best choice for stationary energy storage
Page 28
Bjorn Hage, Jens Noack
bh-consulting, Australia, Fraunhofer ICT, Germany

Charging rate effect on Fe-V flow battery performance – the role of electrode kinetics
Page 30
Ahmad D. Hammad, Stamatios Souentie, Issam T. Amr, Abdulrahman S. Alsuhaibani, Essa I. Almazroei
Research and Development Center, Saudi Aramco Oil Company, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

2D modelling of a hydrogen bromine redox flow battery
Page 32
J.W.Haverkort, K.Prasad, F. Sikkema, W.Kout
Delft University of Technology, Delft, Elestor, Utrechtseweg Arnhem, The Netherlands,
FH Aachen, Jülich, Germany

Modular and flexible power conversion system optimized for flow batteries
Page 34
Lothar Heinemann, Jens Kaufmann, Sebastian Gruber
Trumpf Hüttinger, Freiburg, Germany

The current status and prospects for vanadium flow batteries in China
Page 36
Mianyan Huang, Eric Finlayson, Hanmin Liu, Jim Stover, Xiaofeng Xie, Billy Wu
Pu Neng, Beijing, Zhangjiakou Wind & Solar Power Energy Demonstration Station Co. Ltd. China State Grid, Institute of Nuclear and New Energy Technology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Dyson School of Design Engineering, Imperial College London, London, UK

High selectivity-conductivity reinforced perfluorosulfonic acid membranes for hydrogen-bromine flow batteries
Page 38
Yohanes Hugo, Wiebrand Kout, Friso Sikkema, Zandrie Borneman, Kitty Nijmeijer
Elestor B.V., Arnhem, Membrane Materials and Processes, Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

A high performance vanadium redox flow battery incorporating the VGCFTM electrode
Page 40
Irwansyah, Keizo Iseki, Gaku Oriji, Masatoshi Ichikawa, Kenzo Hanawa
Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Showa Denko K.K., Japan

Validation of KIT’s flow battery model with manufacturers’ data while maintaining confidentiality
Page 42
Sebastian König, Thomas Leibfried, Hannes Barsch, Henrik Buschmann, Holger Fink, Markus Trampert, Martin Harrer
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Schmid Energy Systems GmbH, Freudenstadt,
J. Schmalz GmbH, Glatten, Germany Gildemeister Energy Storage GmbH, Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Extra-large bipolar plates for redox flow batteries
Page 46
Lukas Kopietz, Peter Schwerdt, Jan Girschik, Jens Burfeind, Anna Grevé, Christian Doetsch
Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

Charge strategies for soluble-lead flow batteries
Page 48
Michael Lanfranconi, Gregor Strangemann, Hans-Joachim Lilienhof
Westphalian University of Applied Science, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

New product development of RongKe Power (RKP) vanadium flow battery
Page 50
Xiangkun Ma, Huamin Zhang, Xianfeng Li
Dalian Rongke Power Co., Ltd., Division of Energy Storage, Dalian, Institute of Chemical Physics,
Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China

The effect of cations on the proton transport of PFSA membranes used in hydrogen-bromine
flow batteries: observations and mitigation solutions
Page 52
Natalia Mazur, Yohanes Antonius Hugo, Wiebrand Kout, Friso Sikkema, Ran Elazari, Ronny Costi
Elestor B.V., Arnhem, The Netherlands, ICL Industrial Products R&D, Beer Sheva, Israel

Tackling capacity fading with amphoteric membranes
Page 54
Fabio J. Oldenburg, Thomas J. Schmidt, Lorenz Gubler
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen PSI, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Heat-to-power conversion with non-aqueous copper redox flow batteries
Page 56
Pekka Peljo, Sunny Maye
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Sion, Switzerland

Vanadium market fundamentals
Page 58
Terry Perles, Alberto Arias
TTP Squared, Inc, Pittsburgh, Arias Resource Capital Management LP, New York, USA

A combined multiscale experimental and modelling approach to studying redox flow batteries
Page 60
Martin Petit, Mélody Leroy, Philippe Jacquinet, David Pasquier
IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, France

Coordination chemistry flow battery
Page 62
Steven Reece, Michael Bufano
Lockheed Martin Energy, Cambridge, MA, USA

Novel flow field designs and application in electronic packages
Page 64
Patrick Ruch, Julian Marschewski, Kleber Marques Lisbôa, Lorenz Brenner, Neil Ebejer, Dimos Poulikakos, Bruno Michel
IBM Research – Zurich, 8803 Rüschlikon,
Laboratory of Thermodynamics in Emerging Technologies, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Recent progress in fully welded stack technology
Page 66
Thorsten Seipp, Sascha Berthold, Andreas Albert, Lukas Kopietz
Volterion GmbH, Dortmund, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

Demonstration of 60MWh vanadium flow battery system for grid control
Page 68
Toshikazu Shibata, Shuji Hayashi, Keiji Yano, Takuya Sano, Kazuhiro Fujikawa, Katsuya Yamanishi, Yasumitsu Tsutsui, Takatoshi Matsumot, Kunihiko Tada, Akira Inoue, Eiichi Sasano
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Osaka, Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc. Japan

Precipitation inhibitors for supersaturated vanadium electrolytes for the vanadium redox flow battery
Page 70
Maria Skyllas-Kazacos, Chris Menictas, Nadeem Kausar, Asem Mousa
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Hybrid polyoxometalate membranes with high conductivity and selectivity
Page 72
Michael C Tucker, Douglas I. Kushner, Adam Z Weber, Gregory M. Haugen, Andrew R. Motz, Andrew Herring
Energy Storage Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA
3M, Minneapolis, MN, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA

A low-cost, non-hazardous all-iron battery for the developing world
Page 74
Michael C Tucker, David Lambelet, Adam Phillips, Mohamed Oueslati, Benjamin Williams, Wu-Chieh Jerry Wang, Adam Z Weber
Energy Storage Group, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA, USA

Advanced redox flow battery systems
Page 76
Wei Wang, Xiaoliang Wei, M. Vijaykumar, Bin Li, Zimin Nie, Vincent Sprenkle
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, P.O. Box 999, Richland, WA 99352, USA.

Detection of electrolyte crossover by state of charge monitoring in all-vanadium redox-flow batteries
Page 78
Claudia Weidlich, Lucas Holtz, Klaus-Michael Mangold, Simon Ressel, Thorsten Struckmann
DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, 60486 Frankfurt, HAW Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

Scale-up of the iron-ferricyanide battery chemistry using WhEST’s flow battery scale-up platform
Page 80
Ian Whyte, David Hodgson
Watt hour Energy Storage Technologies (WhEST), Launceston, Cornwall, UK.

The vanadium flow battery technology and its application in the energy storage field
Page 82
Huamin Zhang*
Professor, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, VP and CTO, Dalian Rongke Power Co., Ltd

A method of evaluating performance and structural design of flow batteries and implications for flow battery applications
Page 84
Qiong Zheng, Huamin Zhang
Division of Energy Storage, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China

Poster Papers:

Aqueous organic flow batteries
Page 86
Eugene Beh, Diana De Porcellinis, Michael Gerhardt, Rafael Gómez-Bombarelli, Marc-Antoni Goulet, Rebecca Gracia, Sergio Granados-Focil, Lauren Hartle, David Kwabi, Kaixiang Lin, Daniel Tabor, Liuchuan Tong, Alvaro Valle, Andrew Wong, Kay Xia, Zhengjin Yang, Alán Aspuru-Guzik, Roy Gordon and Michael Aziz
Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
Department of Chemical Science and Technologies, University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rome, Italy
Harvard College, Cambridge, USA
Gustaf H. Carlson Department of Chemistry, Clark University, Worcester, USA
School of Chemistry and Material Science, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, P.R. China

Probing the localized behavior of an organic alkaline redox flow battery
Page 88
Mathilde Cazot, Gaël Maranzana, Sophie Didierjean, Jérôme Dillet
Laboratory of Energetics and Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (LEMTA) – Université de Lorraine – CNRS, Vandoeuvre, Kemwatt, Rennes, France

A simple technique for flow frame design in flow battery
Page 90
Yun Young Choi, Jung-Il Choi, Ki Jae Kim, Young Kwon Kim
Yonsei University, Seoul, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Korea

Thermal activation of electrospun carbon nanofiber electrodes for VO2+/VO2+ redox couple
Page 92
Niall Dalton, Maria Al Hajji Safi, Bartek A. Glowacki, D. Noel Buckley, Robert P. Lynch
Department of Physics, and Bernal Institute, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, Institute of Power Engineering, Poland
Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Experimental and mathematical study of zinc electrodeposition from flowing alkaline zincate solutions
Page 94
Jan Dundálek, Ivo Šnajdr, Jiří Vrána, Jaromír Pocedič, Petr Mazúr, Juraj Kosek
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic

Increasing the performance of vanadium flow batteries by flow field design modification
Page 96
Lina Elbers, Ramón Förster, Hans-Joachim Lilienhof
Westphalian University of Applied Sciences, Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Measurement procedures and test conditions for reproducible and transparent redox flow battery research
Page 95
Tobias Greese, Hubert Gasteiger
Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research, Germany (ZAE Bayern), Department of Chemistry, Technical University Munich, Munich, Germany

Electrochemical behaviour of carbon felt for use as an electrode of redox flow batteries
Page 98
Shinji Inazawa, Yuta Itou, Izumi Yamada, Takeshi Abe
Graduate School of Engineering, Hall of Global Environmental Research, Kyoto University

On the improvement of vanadium electrolyte performance for high thermal stability
Page 100
Donghyeon Kim, Youngho Lee, Joonhyeon Jeon
Dongguk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Performance analysis of membranes in zinc-bromine flow battery cells
Page 102
Miae Kim, Woon Cho, Joonhyeon Jeon
Dongguk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Design of a cathode electrode with wide reaction surface area and high bromine tolerance
Page 104
Yongbeom Kim, Joonhyeon Jeon
Dongguk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Chemo-physical model of a vanadium redox flow cell with peripheral devices
Page 106
Björn Kleinsteinberg, Aysen Cerci, Dirk Uwe Sauer
SEA RWTH Aachen, Aachen, NRW, Germany, JARA Energy, Jülich, NRW, Germany

Model-based design and optimization of vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 107
Sebastian König, Thomas Leibfried
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany

Interaction of bromine complexation agents and Nafion® membrane in H2 / Br2 flow battery (ex situ measurements) and its influence on cell operation
Page 108
Michael Kuettinger, Mathieu Cappon, Peter Fischer, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tuebke
Applied Electrochemistry, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Toward high-activity graphite-felt electrodes for VFB
Page 110
Eunsook Lee, Dohun Kim, Jy-young Jyoung
JNTG Co., Ltd. Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Study of dynamic response of vanadium redox flow batteries for smart grid applications
Page 112
Yifeng Li, Xinan Zhang, Jie Bao, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

A novel electrode-bipolar plate assembly for redox flow battery applications
Page 114
Lijun Liu, Chun Yu Ling, Yann Mei Lee, Mei Lin Chng, Ming Han
Clean Energy Research Center, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore

Behind the thermal stabilizing ability of organic additives for a positive vanadium-based electrolyte:
an intensive study
Page 116
Tam D. Nguyen, Adam Whitehead, Günther G. Scherer, Nyunt Wai, Moe O. Oo, Arjun Bhattarai, Ghimire P. Chandra, Zhichuan J. Xu
Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Nanyang Technological University, Energy Research Institute
Nanyang Technological University, TUM-CREATE, School of Material Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Gildemeister energy storage GmbH, Wiener Neudorf, Austria

Suitable reference electrodes for vanadium flow batteries
Page 118
John O’Donnell, Daniela Oboroceanu, Nathan Quill, D. Noel Buckley, Robert P. Lynch
University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Stability of graphite felts in vanadium redox flow battery
Page 124
Jaromir Pocedic, Petr Mazur, Jan Dundalek, Jiri Vrana, Jindra Mrlik, Juraj Kosek
University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague,
Prague, Czech Republic

Influence of electrode configurations of tubular redox flow cells on performance characteristics
Page 120
Simon Ressel, Simon Fischer, Michael Jeske, Antonio Chica, Thomas Flower, Thorsten Struckmann
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg, Germany, Instituto de Tecnología Química, Universitat Politècnica de València-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, València, Spain, Uniwell Rohrsysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Ebern, Germany, Fumatech BWT GmbH, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany

Modeling the current distributions in a zinc-bromine flow battery
Page 122
Jaeshin Yi, Boram Koo, Chee Burm Shin, Dong Joo Kim, Dae-Sik Kim, Hyun-Jin Jung, Eun Mi Choi, Tae Hyuk Kang
Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Division of Energy Systems Research, Ajou University, Suwon, Lotte Chemical, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

2018

Mass-transfer measurements at porous 3D Pt-Ir/Ti electrodes in a direct borohydride fuel cell
Page 14
Abdulaziz A. Abahussain, Carlos Ponce de Leon, Frank C. Walsh
University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

Effect of oxidation and reduction on vanadium kinetics at glassy carbon electrodes; surface area and surface state
Page 16
Maria Alhajji, Andrea Bourke D. Noel Buckley, Robert Lynch
Department of Physics, Bernal Institute, University of limerick, Limerick, Ireland, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA

Harnessing natural convection in redox flow batteries: proof of concept
Page 69
Md Aslam Ansari, Sanjeev Kumar
Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India

Status of zinc-based redox flow batteries: a technological review
Page 18
Luis F. Arenas, Carlos Ponce de León, Frank C. Walsh
Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

The improvement of redox flow energy storage with an industry-academia consortium in Northern Ireland
Page 20
Laleh Bahadori, Sophie Tyrrell, Nicoloy Gurusinghe, Tim Littler, Martin Atkins, Peter Nockemann
School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Queen’s University Belfast, UK

Testing of a prototype 25 kW/50 kWh Zn-Br2 battery at the Power Networks Demonstration Centre and integrated to a community wind turbine
Page 22
Leonard Berlouis, Declan Bryans, Jawwad Zafar, Paul Tuohy, Tae Hyuk Kang, Dae Sik Kim, Dong Joo Kim, Michael Shaw, Patrick Atkinson and Andrew Peacock
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Lotte Chemical Research Institute, Daejeon, South Korea,
Findhorn Foundation College, Forres, nr. Inverness, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.

The “Power Drop Effect” during operation of a vanadium redox flow battery
Page 24
Arjun Bhattarai, Adam Whitehead, Ruediger Schweiss, Guenther Scherer, Nyunt Wai, Tam D. Nguyen, Purna C. Ghimire, Huey Hoon Hng
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, redT energy plc., Wokingham, United Kingdom
SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany, Hagglingen, Switzerland

A low-cost electrochemical impedance spectroscopy measurement device for online determination of electrolyte charge imbalance in vanadium flow batteries
Page 26
Thomas Buczkowski, Michael Schäffer, Peter Fischer, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Carbon and graphite components for flow batteries – current status, trends and prospects
Page 28
Burak Caglar, Christian Ruediger, Ruediger Schweiss, Kathlynne Duong
SGL CARBON GmbH, Meitingen, Germany, SGL CARBON GmbH, Bonn, Germany, SGL TECHNIC Inc., Valencia, CA, USA

An integrated thermal to electrical energy conversion and storage system
Page 30
Hui Cao, Xuemin Zhao, Yanqi Zhao, Peter Slater, Yulong Ding
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom, Southern University of Science and Technology,
Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China

1D electrode model for half-cell characterization of a redox flow battery
Page 32
Mathilde Cazot, Sophie Didierjean, Gaël Maranzana, Jérôme Dillet, Florent Beille
LEMTA – Université de Lorraine – CNRS, Vandoeuvre, France, KEMWATT, Rennes, France

An optimal flow frame design for the Fe/Cr flow battery
Page 34
Yun Young Choi, Seongyoon Kim, Mingyu Yang, Ki Jae, Kim and Jung-Il Choi
Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea

Coordination chemistry flow battery
Page 36
Adam Morris-Cohen
Lockheed Martin Energy, Cambridge, MA

One-year field test of a fast-acting zinc-bromine 20 kW / 60 kWh flow battery system to develop a business model for distributed small and medium sized storage projects in the Dutch electricity market
Page 38
Jeroen de Veth
Trinergie, Nijmegen, Netherlands

Field experience and application benefits with new generation VRFB
Page 40
John DeBoever, Zhenguo “Gary” Yang
UniEnergy Technologies, Mukilteo, WA, USA

Enhanced performance of membrane separated bromine-based flow batteries using complexing agents
Page 42
Ran Elazari, Ori Rorlik, Iris Ben-David, Olga Golberg-Oster
ICL Industrial Products R&D, Beer Sheva, Israel

Sustainable energy storage market in Iran; current status and recent opportunities for RFB investment
Page 25
Seyyed Saeid Farhadi, Ali Davoodi, Ahad Zabett
Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (FUM), Iran

Spatially resolved investigation of electrode compression effects in the vanadium redox flow battery
Page 44
Purna C. Ghimire, Arjun Bhattarai, Rüdiger Schweiss, Günther G. Scherer, Nyunt Wai, Qingyu Yan
Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Energy Research Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, School of Material Science and Engineering, Nanyang
Technological University, Singapore, SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany 5607 Hägglingen, Switzerland

ElectriStorTM – setting a new cost and performance standard for VRB
Page 46
H. Frank Gibbard, Gregory Cipriano, Reinder Boersma
WattJoule Corporation, Devens, MA, USA

Unique processed large area bipolar plates for redox-flow-batteries
Page 69
Mario Gillmann, Thorsten Derieth
Centroplast Engineering Plastics GmbH, Marsberg, Germany

Effects of pressure differences between flow battery half-cells
Page 48
Jan Girschik, Nils Cryns, Jens Burfeind, Anna Grevé, Christian Doetsch
Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

The VRFB industrial-scale experiment at the University of Padua
Page 50
Massimo Guarnieri, Andrea Trovò, Angelo D’Anzi, Giacomo Marini, Alessandro Sutto, Piergiorgio Alotto
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Padua, Padova, Italy, Proxhima srl, Bologna, Italy (now StornEn Technologies Inc., Delaware, USA)

Optimization of the stack design for the vanadium redox flow battery
Page 52
Ravendra Gundlapalli, Sreenivas Jayanti
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, Chennai, India

New organic electroactive molecules for electrolytes of redox flow batteries
Page 54
Thibaut Gutel, Yves Chenavier, Jessica Charoloy, Ines Mannai, Arnaud Morin, and Lionel Dubois
Univ. Grenobles Alpes, CEA, LITEN, Univ. Grenobles Alpes, CEA, INAC, Grenoble, France

Presentation and analysis of novel zinc-bromine battery cell performance
Page 56
Bjorn Hage, Jens Noack, Peter Fischer
BH Consulting, Australia, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Cooling of a power conversion system for redox flow batteries using the electrolyte – a concept study
Page 58
Lothar Heinemann, Jana Schleif, Guido Dieter Hodapp
Trumpf Hüttinger, Freiburg, Germany

The project brine4power – a mega-battery for green energy
Page 60
Alrik Hervieu, Ralf Riekenberg, André Fisse, Timo Di Nardo, Hayo Seeba, Jan grosse Austing
EWE GASSPEICHER GmbH, Oldenburg, Germany

Electrochemical impedance of an alkaline organic flow battery
Page 62
Doris Hoffmeyer, Johan Hjelm
Technical University of Denmark, Department of Energy, Conversion and Storage, Roskilde, Denmark

How the policies of China influence the global flow battery market
Page 64
Mianyan-Huang, Jim Stover
VRB Energy Operations (Beijing) Co. Ltd., Beijing, China

Control system for flow batteries
Page 82
Thomas Lueth, Thomas Leibfried
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany

Evaluation of the transient characteristics of a redox flow battery with electrolyte flow
Page 84
Toko Mannari, Takafumi Okuda, and Takashi Hikihara
Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan

Proof of redox flow batteries’ functionality by conducting electrochemical impedance spectroscopy tests
Page 86
Daniel Manschke, Thorsten Seipp, Sascha Berthold
Volterion GmbH, Dortmund

FleXtore II: 50kW hydrogen bromine flow battery
Page 88
Natalia Mazur, Wiebrand Kout, Joep Lauret, Peter Puttkammer, Raphaël T. van der Velde, Sebastian B. van Drenth, Yohanes Antonius Hugo, Friso D. Sikkema
Elestor b.v., Arnhem, The Netherlands, Witteveen+Bos, Deventer, The Netherlands, Membrane Materials and Processes, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

Vanadium-oxygen hybrid fuel cell: design and performance
Page 90
Chris Menictas, Mandar Risbud, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos and Jens Noack
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, UNSW Sydney, NSW, Australia, School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW Sydney, NSW, Australia, CENELEST, German-Australian Alliance for Electrochemical Technologies for Storage of Renewable, Energy, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, UNSW Sydney, NSW, Australia, Fraunhofer-Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

A pilot project using a VFB in a multiple-use application
Page 92
Yoshiyuki Nagaoka, Shohei Fukumoto, Yoshihiro Hirata, Riichi Kitano
Sumitomo Electric U.S.A., Inc. (SEUSA), Los Angeles, USA, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd (SEI), Osaka, Japan, Innovation Core SEI, Inc. (ICS), San Jose, USA

Tuning electrolyte transport with amphoteric PBI-Nafion bilayered membranes
Page 94
Fabio J. Oldenburg, Thomas J. Schmidt, Lorenz Gubler
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen PSI, Laboratory of Physical Chemistry,
ETH Zürich, Switzerland

The current status of vanadium redox flow battery development in South Korea: market opportunities
and installation sites
Page 66
Jeehyang Huh and Shin Han
H2, Inc., Daejeon, South Korea

Performance of kW class vanadium redox flow batteries incorporating the VGCFTM electrode
Page 68
Irwansyah, Keizo Iseki, Kentaro Watanabe, Gaku Oriji, Yoshinori Abe, Masatoshi Ichikawa, Shuichi Naijo
Institute for Advanced and Core Technology, Showa Denko K.K., Japan 1-1-1, Ohnodai, Midori, Chiba, Japan

Field test experience with 2.5 kW fully welded stacks
Page 70
Tobias Kappels, Thorsten Seipp, Fabian Brünger, Sascha, Berthold, Kai Bothe
Volterion GmbH, Carlo-Schmid-Allee 3, Dortmund, Germany

A novel carbonized electrode using phenol for flow battery
Page 72
Yongbeom Kim, Woon Cho, Jooonhyeon Jeon
Dounguk University, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Voltage propagation within flow battery system and its implications on safety, DC topology and PCS selection
Page 74
Eugene Kizhnerman
Independent Technology Consultant, Electrochemistry and Energy Storage, Vancouver, Canada

Modeling the temperature dependence of the charge and discharge behaviours of a zinc/bromine flow battery
Page 76
Boram Koo, Dongcheul Lee, Chee Burm Shin, Dong Joo, Kim, and Tae Hyuk Kang
Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Division of Energy Systems Research, Ajou University, Suwon,
Republic of Korea, Lotte Chemical, Daejeo, Republic of Korea

Monitoring the state of charge in a VFB with a novel amperometric sensor
Page 78
Isabelle Kroner, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology; Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering;
Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany

Bromine complexation agents in H2 /Br2 flow battery cathodes: physicochemical processes and their influence on cell operation and cell performance
Page 80
Michael Kuettinger, Ruben Brunetaud, Peter Fischer, Jens Tübke
Applied Electrochemistry, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany.

Development and characterisation of a copper battery system for heat-to-power conversion
Page 96
Pekka Peljo, Sunny Maye
Laboratoire d’Electrochimie Physique et Analytique, École, Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Sion, Switzerland

3D-printed conductive static mixers enable the all vanadium redox flow battery using slurry electrodes
Page 98
Korcan Percin, Alexandra Rommerskirchen, Robert Sengpiel, Youri Gendel, Matthias Wessling
DWI Leibniz-Institute for Interactive Materials, Aachen, Germany, RWTH Aachen University Chemical Process Engineering, Aachen, Germany, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

Vanadium market fundamentals
Page 100
Terry Perles
TTP Squared, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA USA

Vionx Energy: A small company leveraging large company innovations
Page 102
Mike L. Perry
United Technologies Research Center (UTRC), East Hartford, USA

Validated flow distribution analysis by a VFB model linked with optical measurements
Page 104
Eva Prumbohm, Gregor D. Wehinger, Ulrich Kunz and Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany, Research Center Energy Storage Technologies, Goslar, Germany

Numerical study of internal losses and their influence on the performance of a single vanadium redox flow cell
Page 106
M. Pugach, A. Bischi
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Skolkovo, Innovation Center, Moscow (Russia), Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Dolgoprudny, Moscow Region (Russia)

Harvesting low-grade heat using all-vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 108
Danick Reynard, Christopher Dennison, Alberto Battistel, Hubert Girault
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Sion, Switzerland

Optimization of a hydrogen/manganese hybrid redox flow battery
Page 110
Javier Rubio-Garcia, Anthony Kucernak, Dong Zhao, Danlei Li, Vladimir Yufit, Nigel Brandon
Department of Chemistry, Imperial College London, UK, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperia, College London, London, UK

Flow battery integration in printed circuit boards
Page 112
Patrick Ruch, Omar Ibrahim, Ralph Heller, Stephan Paredes, Erik Kjeang, Bruno Michel
IBM Research – Zurich, Switzerland, School of Mechatronic Systems Engineering, Simon Fraser
University, Surrey, BC, Canada

Improving the long term VFB operation by modelling crossover processes and capacity balancing methods
Page 114
Katharina Schafner, Thomas Turek
Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany and Research Center Energy Storage
Technologies, Goslar, Germany

Evaluation of grid control for field operation using a 60 MWh vanadium flow battery system
Page 116
Toshikazu Shibata, Shuji Hayashi, Keiji Yano, Takuya Sano, Kazuhiro Fujikawa, Katsuya Yamanishi, Takatoshi Matsumoto, Kunihiko Tada, Akira Inoue and Eiichi Sasano
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd, Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc.

Determining the state-of-charge of symmetric flow batteries using open circuit potentials and self-discharge profiles
Page 118
Kirk Smith, Charles Monroe
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

Flowable carbon suspension electrodes for sulfur-iron redox flow battery
Page 120
Ahmed Sodiq, Lagnamayee Mohapatra, Fathima Fasmin, Sabah Mariyam, Rachid Zaffou and Belabbes Merzougui
College of Science and Engineering, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, Hamad
Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.

In situ state of charge and crossover estimation of vanadium redox flow batteries from electrolyte potentials and densities
Page 122
Thorsten Struckmann, Simon Ressel, Peter Kuhn, Claudia Weidlich
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Production, Electrochemistry Laboratory, Hamburg, Germany, Instituto de Tecnología Química, Universitat Politècnica
de València-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Valencia, Spain, DFI – DECHEM Research Institute, Electrochemistry, Frankfurt a.M., Germany.

Recent progress in vanadium flow battery manufacture, scale-up and demonstration at IMR-CAS
Page 124
Ao Tang, Xiangrong Li, Xinzhuang Fan, Ye Qin, Jianguo Liu and Chuanwei Yan
Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China

Flexible graphite soft felt electrodes for flow batteries
Page 126
Marcin Toda, George Law, John Meahan
Mersen Scotland, Holytown, UK

NAFION™ membranes for vanadium flow battery
Page 128
Murat Unlu, Michael Raiford, Ruidong Yang
The Chemours Company, Wilmington DE, USA

High energy density anolyte for aqueous organic redox flow batteries
Page 130
Wei Wang, Aaron Hollas, Vijayakumar Murugesan, Xiaoliang Wei
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, USA

Understanding transport phenomena in flow-battery separators
Page 132
Adam Z. Weber, Andrew Crothers, Douglas I. Kushner, Robert M. Darling, Michael L. Perry, Andrew M. Herring
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA, USA, United Technologies Research Center, East Hartford, CT, USA, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA

Status and future perspectives of redox flow batteries
Page 134
Zhenguo (Gary) Yang
UniEnergy Technologies, Mukilteo, WA, US

Electrochemical investigation on the behaviour of ferroin as candidate redox mediator for aqueous flow batteries
Page 136
Elena Zanzola, Pekka Peljo, Evgeny Smirnov, Hubert Girault
Laboratory of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry (LEPA), École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
(EPFL), Valais-Wallis, Sion, Switzerland

Quantitative analysis method of vanadium for the SOC monitoring of a vanadium flow battery
Page 138
Fan-wu Zeng, Shu-ting Wang, Nai-xu Du, Ming-ming Song, Yan-bo Chen
Dalian Bolong New Materials Limited Company, Dalian, China

Three-dimensional lattice Boltzmann model for a polymer-based redox flow battery
Page 140
Duo Zhang, Antoni Forner-Cuenca, Oluwadamilol O.Taiwo, Vladimir Yufit, Fikile R. Brushett,
Nigel P. Brandon, Qiong Cai, Sai Gu
Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,
University of Surrey, Guildford, UK Department of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Massachusetts, USA, Department of Earth Science & Engineering, Faculty of
Engineering, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London, UK

Computational analysis of vanadium flow batteries for centralised storage applications in low-voltage grids
Page 142
Christina Zugschwert, Saskia Dinter, Georg Heyer, Karl-Heinz Pettinger, Tim Rödiger
Technology

2019

Development of electrospun sulfonated poly(ether ether ketone)/poly(vinylidene fluoride) composite membrane for hydrogen-bromine flow battery
Page 14
Sanaz Abbasi, Wiebrand Kout, Antoni Forner-Cuenca, Zandrie Borneman, Kitty Nijmeijer
Elestor B.V., Arnhem, The Netherlands
Membrane Materials and Processes, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven
University of Technology, The Netherlands

Low cost zinc – iron rechargeable flow battery with high energy density
Page 16
Alessandra-Accogli, Gabriele-Panzeri, Eugenio-Gibertini, Matteo-Gianellini, Luca-Bertoli, Luca-Magagnin
Surface and Electrochemical Engineering Laboratory (SEELab), Dip. Chimica, Materiali e Ing. Chimica G. Natta, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

Evaluation of the mass transport phenomena in flow through electrodes with controlled geometries and arrangements
Page 18
Noemí Aguiló-Aguayo, Thomas Drozdzik, Thomas Bechtold
Research Institute of Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics, University of Innsbruck, Dornbirn, Austria

Fabrication and characterization of novel anion exchange blend membranes based on tetra aryl phosphonium ionomer for energy conversion and storage applications
Page 20
Muthumeenal Arunachalam, Belabbes Merzougui, Stephen E Creager, Rhett Smith, Rachid Zaffou, Ahmed Sodiq, R. Amin, Fathima Fasmin, P. Ramesh Kumar Petla, Sabah Mariyam
Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute
Clemson University, USA
College of Science and Engineering, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar

Recent progress in aqueous organic flow batteries
Page 22
Michael J. Aziz
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Cambridge, MA, USA

Characterisation of a 200 kW/400 kWh vanadium redox flow battery
Page 24
D. Bryans, V. Amstutz, H. Girault, L. Berlouis
WestCHEM, Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, EPFL-SB-ISICLEPA, Lausanne, Switzerland

Surface treatment of carbon felt electrodes and the associated impacts
Page 26
D. Bryans, M. Toda, B. McMillan, L. Berlouis
Mersen UK, Graphite Specialities Research & Development, Holytown, UK
WestCHEM, Department of Pure & Applied Chemistry
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK

Coordination chemistry flow battery
Page 28
Doreen Burchell
Lockheed Martin Energy, Cambridge MA, USA

Optimization of felt compression for high performance VRFB stack
Page 30
Jiří Charvát, Petr Mazúr, Jaromír Pocedič, Jan Dundálek, Jindřich Mrlík, Juraj Kosek
New Technologies – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Plzeň, Czech Republic;
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

Development of a flow field for a zinc air redox flow battery
Page 32
Nak Heon Choi, Diego del Olmo, Peter Fischer, Juraj Kosek, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany
University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, Prague, Czech Republic

EnergyKeeper smart grid: an organic RFB in a practical application
Page 34
Olaf Conrad, Tobias Janoschka
JenaBatteries GmbH, Jena, Germany

Open source battery models for grid applications (open BEA)
Page 36
P. Dotzauer, D. Kucevic, B. Tepe, H. Hesse, J. Ing
Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research e.V., Germany
Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany

Stepwise potentiometric titration applied to bromine bromide electrolytes
Page38
Mattia Duranti, Matteo Testi, Edoardo Gino Macchi, Luigi Crema
Center for Materials and Microsystems, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Trento, Trento, Italy

Sustainable energy storage market in Iran; current status and recent opportunities for RFB investment
Page 95
Seyyed Saeid Farhadi, Ali Davoodi, Ahad Zabett
Materials and Metallurgical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad (FUM), Iran

Electrochemical studies and performance evaluation of 1- amino anthra quinone based slurry electrodes in
flow cell batteries
Page 40
Fathima Fasmin, Farida H Aidoudi, Aziz Kheireddine, Muthumeenal Arunachalam, Ahmed Sodiq,
Rachid Zaffou, Belabbes A Merzougui
Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI), Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.
College of Science and Engineering, Hamad Bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.

Spatially resolved investigation of electrode compression effects in the vanadium redox
flow battery
Page 42
Purna C. Ghimire, Arjun Bhattarai, Rüdiger Schweiss, Günther G. Scherer, Nyunt Wai, Qingyu Yan
Interdisciplinary Graduate School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Energy Research Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
School of Material Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany
Hägglingen, Switzerland

Extruded bipolar plates for redox flow batteries
Page 44
Mario Gillmann, Thorsten Derieth, Matthias Schlesies, Thorsten Hickmann
Centroplast Engineering Plastics GmbH, Marsberg, Germany
Eisenhuth GmbH & Co. KG, Osterode am Harz, Germany

Variance of electrochemically active surface area (ECSA)-scaling factors of flow battery cells with internal flow fields
Page 46
Jan Girschik, Nils Cryns, Jens Burfeind, Anna Grevé, Christian Doetsch
Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

A 40 kW vanadium flow battery as an electrical energy storage system of a multifunctional hybrid
compensator
Page 48
Jan Girschik, Michael Joemann, Peter Schwerdt, Anna Grevé, Christian Doetsch
Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

Zoltek carbon felt electrode materials – an overview
Page 50
Barbara Gönczi, Yasuaki Tanimura, Alan Handermann
Zoltek Zrt, Subsidiary of Toray, Nyergesújfalu, Hungary
Advanced Materials Research Laboratories, Toray Industries, Inc., Otsu, Shiga, Japan
Zoltek Corporation, Subsidiary of Toray, Bridgeton, MO, United States

Bonded graphitized felt electrode-bipolar plate assemblies for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 52
Gaurav Gupta, Leif Schillert, Barbara Satola, Wiebke Germer, Hermann Block, Burak Caglar, Marco Zobel,
Alexander Dyck
DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems, Oldenburg, Germany
Polyprocess GmbH, Rödelsee, Germany
SGL Carbon GmbH, Meitingen, Germany

Performance enhancing stack geometry concepts
Page 54
Nicholas Gurieff, Chris Menictas, Victoria Timchenko, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos, Jens Noack
School of Mechanical Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia
School of Chemical Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia
CENELEST, German-Australian Alliance for Electrochemical Technologies for Storage of Renewable Energy, UNSW Sydney, Australia
Fraunhofer-Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

100 MWh-scale vanadium flow battery projects in China and forthcoming utility-scale deployment
Page 56
Mianyan Huang, Jim Stover, Bo Hu VRB Energy Inc., Beijing, China

Failure analysis of the membrane electrode assembly in hydrogen-bromine flow batteries after accelerated cycling
Page 58
Yohanes Hugo, Wiebrand Kout, Zandrie Borneman, Kitty Nijmeijer
Elestor B.V., 6812 AR Arnhem, the Netherlands
Membrane Materials and Processes, Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Field operating experiences of a vanadium redox flow battery in South Korea
Page 37
Jeehyang Huh, Shin Han
1H2, Inc., Daejeon, South Korea

Design of flow fields for a large area cell of a VRFB
Page 60
Sreenivas Jayanti, Ravendra Gundlapalli
Department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras, Chennai, India

State of charge monitoring in vanadium flow battery
Page 62
Hyunjoon Ji, Chujing Liu, Theresa Haisch, Claudia Weidlich
DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Electrochemistry, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Inverter based compensation of decreasing rotating mass in energy distribution systems
Page 64
Jens Kaufmann
TRUMPF Hüttinger, Freiburg, Germany

Activation of graphite felts using short-term ozone/heat treatment for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 66
Hansung Kim, Donghyun Kil, Hojin Lee
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea

A highly active carbon-based electrode by intercalating potassium for redox flow battery
Page 68
Youngkwon Kim, Je-Nam Lee, and Ji-Sang Yu
Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Seongnam-si, Korea

Commercial field experience with Avalon’s modular VRFB
Page 70
Andy Klassen
Avalon Battery, Vancouver, Canada

Optimization study of embossed flow field structures on thin and flexible bipolar plates for an all vanadium flow battery
Page 72
Alexander Kubicka, Oliver Zielinski, Thorsten Hickmann, Ulrich Kunz, Michael Lanfranconi, Thorsten Seipp,
Thomas Turek
Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany
Eisenhuth GmbH & Co. KG, Osterode am Harz, Germany

Improvement of BCA catholyte and cell performance in H2/Br2 flow batteries caused by conscious regulation of bromine sequestering reaction
Page 74
Michael Kuettinger, Raphael Riasse, Camilla Carraro, Peter Fischer, Jens Tuebke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Stability of vanadium flow battery SoC monitoring using electrolyte potential and density
Page 76
Peter Kuhn, Simon Ressel, Thorsten Struckmann
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Heinrich Blasius Institute for Physical Technologies, Hamburg, Germany

The effects of ripple current on vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 78
Md Parvez Akter, Yifeng Li, Jie Bao, Maria Skyllas-Kazacos
School of Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Online state of charge monitoring of vanadium flow battery using electrolyte viscosity
Page 80
Xiangrong Li, Ao Tang, Jianguo Liu and Chuanwei Yan
Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China

Optimization of serpentine flow channels in the VRFB
Page 82
Ian Lin, Masahiro Katou, Takashi Kanno
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Osaka, Japan

Power density improvement of a flow battery for grid storage through carbon fibre catalyst modification
Page 84
Qinghua Liu, John P. Lemmon, Mingzhe Jiang, Sai Zhang, Xueqi Xing, Ping Miao
National Institute of Clean-and-Low-Carbon Energy, Beijing, China

Optimized auxiliary supply increases the efficiency and flexibility without additional costs
Page 86
Thomas Lüth, David Kienbaum, Thomas Leibfried
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany

Quality control of flow battery stacks with a fully automated test stand
Page 88
Daniel Manschke, Thorsten Seipp, Tobias Kappels
Volterion GmbH, Dortmund

Copper slurry flow battery for heat-to-power conversion and energy storage
Page 90
Sunny Maye, Hubert Girault and Pekka Peljo
Laboratory of Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, EPFL Valais-Wallis, Sion, Switzerlanda

Electrochemical stability of selected quinone and viologen derivatives for an organic electrolyte based redox flow battery
Page 92
Petr Mazur, Jindrich Mrlik, Jaroslav Kvical, Zuzana Hlouskova, Milan Klikar, Filip Bures, Jiri Akrman,
Lubos Kubac
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic
University of Pardubice, Faculty of Chemical Technology, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Pardubice, Czech Republic
Centre for Organic Chemistry, Rybitvi, Czech Republic

Non-degrading energy storage infrastructure – the future of energy
Page 94
Scott McGregor
redT energy, London, United Kingdom

Installation and interfacing of a commercial VRB system with PV
Page 96
Joseph Epoupa Mengou, Chiara Gambaro, Laura Meda
Eni SpA – Renewable Energy and Environmental R&D
Center, Novara, Italy

A multicomponent diffusion model for organic redox flow battery membranes
Page 98
Gael Mourouga, Caterina Sansone, Fannie Alloin, Cristina Iojoiu, Jurgen O. Schumacher
Institute of Computational Physics (ICP), Zurich
University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) Winterthur, Switzerland
Univ. Grenoble Alpes, Univ. Savoie Mont Blanc, CNRS, Grenoble INP, LEPMI, Grenoble, France

Factors leading to improved vanadium flow battery performance with thermally treated carbon paper
electrodes
Page 100
Nataliya A. Gvozdik, Keith J. Stevenson
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia

Flow battery cost reductions enabled by membrane innovations
Page 102
Gregory Newbloom, Phil Pickett and Olivia Lenz
Membrion, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA

Raw material basis of V-electrolyte: Possibilities and limits of secondary raw materials
Page 104
Jochen Nühlen, Jens Burfeind, Alexander Matthies
Fraunhofer Institute for Environmental, Safety and Energy Technology UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany
TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Nonferrous Metallurgy and Purest Materials, Freiberg, Germany

Advanced controls for flow batteries to enable remote areas deployments
Page 106
Brent O’Connor
Redflow, Seventeen Mile Rocks, Queensland, Australia

Assessing the membrane lifetime in vanadium redox flow batteries with an accelerated stress test
Page 108
Fabio J. Oldenburg, Ayoub Ourgaa, Thomas J. Schmidt, Lorenz Gubler
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen
PSI, Switzerland academic guest from: Materials Science and Nano-Engineering Department, Mohammed VI Polytechnic University, Ben Guerir, Morocco
Laboratory of Physical Chemistry, ETH Zürich, Switzerland

Estimating the performance and stability of electrolytes for an aqueous organic redox flow
battery: a combined experimental – 0D modelling approach
Page 110
David Pasquier, Quentin Cacciuttolo, Martin Petit
IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, France

Highly conductive graphite based felt electrodes for vanadium redox flow batteries
Page 112
Jessica Pfisterer, Elke Herrmann, Frieder Scheiba, Helmut Ehrenberg
Institute for Applied Materials, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany

Statistical evaluation of measurement within the research of redox flow batteries at lab-scale
Page 116
Jaromír Pocedič, Jiří Vrána, Jan Dundálek, Petr Mazúr
Pinflow energy storage, Prague, Czech Republic
University of West Bohemia, New Technologies – Research Centre, Pilsen, Czech Republic
University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Czech Republic

Influence of electrolyte flow rate on the performance of a vanadium redox flow battery in discharge
operation at dynamic loading conditions
Page 118
M. Pugach, S. Parsegov, A. Bischi
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Moscow, Russia

Hydrogen formation in flow batteries – a parameter for optimization of system and components?
Page 120
Thomas J. Rabbow, David Chittenden, Reyhan Taspinar, Guenter Fafilek
AvCarb Materials Solution LLC, Lowell, MA, USA
TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

Tubular cell designs for all vanadium and vanadium/air flow batteries
Page 122
Simon Ressel, Simon Fischer, Michael Jeske, Thorsten Struckmann
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Heinrich Blasius
Institute for Physical Technologies, Hamburg, Germany
Uniwell Rohrsysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Ebern, Germany
Fumatech BWT GmbH, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany

Purification of copper-contaminated vanadium electrolytes using vanadium redox flow batteries
selection
Page 124
Danick Reynard, Heron Vrubel, Christopher Dennison, Alberto Battistel, Hubert Girault
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Sion, Switzerland

Microgrid system with all-vanadium redox flow battery and wind turbine generator
Page 126
Michael Schäffer, Peter Fischer, Christoph Winter, Jens Noack, Karsten Pinkwart, Jens Tübke
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Material, cell and stack characterization – a journey
Page 128
Melanie Schroeder, Udo Martin
J. Schmalz GmbH, Glatten, Germany

Strategies to improve capacity and coulombic efficiency of a high energy density zinc/polyiodide RFB
Page 130
Lukas Siefert, Falko Mahlendorf, Angelika Heinzel
University Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg, Germany

Applications for flow batteries: high power, high cycle VRFB
Page 132
Thorsten Seipp, Sascha Berthold, Tobias Kappels, Kai Bothe, Daniel Manschke, Michael Lanfranconi, Kees van de Kerk
Volterion GmbH, Dortmund, Germany

Performance evaluation of a 60MWh vanadium flow battery system over three years of operation
Page 134
Toshikazu Shibata, Shuji Hayashi, Keiji Yano, Takuya Sano, Kazuhiro Fujikawa, Katsuya Yamanishi,
Takatoshi Matsumoto, Kunihiko Tada, Akira Inoue, Eiichi Sasano
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd., Hokkaido Electric Power Co., Inc

Real-time reservoir balancing and leak-free nonaqueous cell design for flow batteries
Page 115
Kirk Smith
University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

Comparing flow batteries with lithium-ion energy storage for the energy arbitrage application in the
Mexican electricity market
Page 136
Javier de la Cruz Soto, Joep Pijpers
National Institute for Electricity and Clean Energy (INEEL), Cuenervaca, Mexico

A calibration-free, temperature-independent, amperometric state-of-charge monitoring method
Page 138
Christian Stolze, Jan Meurer, Martin Hager, Ulrich Schubert
Laboratory of Organic and Macromolecular Chemistry (IOMC), Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Jena, Germany.
Center for Energy and Environmental Chemistry Jena (CEEC Jena), Jena, Germany.

A high energy density solid-flow battery
Page 140
Simon Long Yin Tam, Zengyue Wang, Yi-Chun Lu
Electrochemical Energy and Interfaces Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong

Simulation analysis of mechanical behaviour and its impact on reliability and electrochemical performance
of the vanadium flow battery stack
Page 142
Ao Tang, Jing Xiong, Xiangrong Li, Jianguo Liu, Chuanwei Yan
Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang, China

Thermal modelling of industrialized VRFBs
Page 144
Andrea Trovò, Monica Giomo, Federico Moro, Piergiorgio Alotto, Massimo Guarnieri
Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Padua, Padova, Italy

The future of the Russian energy storage market – trends and opportunities and a forecast to 2025 – 2030
Page 146
Andrei Usenko, Yuri Dobrovolsky, Alexey Kashin
Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Chernogolovka, Russia
Inenergy LLC, Moscow, Russia

Hybrid hydrogen-vanadium fuel cell for electrical energy storage
Page 148
Trung Van Nguyen
The University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA

Stabilization of the positive electrolyte for a vanadium flow battery using Fe2(SO4)3 additive at 50 °C
Page 150
Baoguo Wang, Zenghui Li, Yuqun Lin, Lei Wan
Dept of Chemical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

A low-cost and scalable zinc iodine-bromide flow battery for bulk energy storage
Page 152
Zengyue Wang, Simon Long Yin Tam, and Yi-Chun Lu
Electrochemical Energy and Interfaces Laboratory, Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shatin, Hong Kong

Open-circuit potential prediction and its applications in modeling and simulation of hydrogen-bromine redox flow batteries
Page 154
Jakub Wlodarczyk, Michael Küttinger, Peter Fischer, Jürgen O. Schumacher
Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Computational Physics (ICP), Winterthur, Switzerland.
Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology, Pfinztal, Germany

Advancement of NafionTM membrane for vanadium flow battery applications
Page 156
Ruidong Yang, Jan Lenders, Michael Raiford, Robert Moffett
Nafion™ Ion Exchange Materials, The Chemours Company, Wilmington, DE, USA
Nafion™ Ion Exchange Materials, Chemours Belgium BVBA, Mechelen, Belgium

Field experience and advancement of the new generation VRFB
Page 158
Zhenguo “Gary” Yang, Chauncey Sun, David Ridley, Rick Winter
UniEnergy Technologies, Mukilteo, WA, USA

Enhanced aqueous organic redox flow battery by solid boosters
Page 160
Elena Zanzola, S. Gentil, G. Gschwend, D. Reynard, E. Smirnov, C. Dennison, H.H. Girault, P. Peljo
Laboratory of Physical and Analytical Chemistry (LEPA), École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne – EPFL, Sion, Switzerland
Research group of Physical Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Physics, Department of Chemistry and
Materials Science, Aalto University, Kemistintie

The development of low cost, intrinsically safe flow batteries to meet the commercial challenge from
competing battery technologies
Page 164
Huamin Zhang
Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science, Dalian, China
Rongke Power Co., Ltd

Crossover-tolerant hydrogen electrocatalysts in hydrogen/bromine redox flow battery
Page 162
David Zitoun, Kobby Saadi
Department of Chemistry and Bar Ilan Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel

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