In the Old Town Square of Prague, the hours are marked by a wonderful procession of the Twelve Apostles moving around the clock tower. As well as the apostles’ parade, there are also other figures to indicate that time is running out. Prague’s famous Astronomical Clock is a must-see on any visit to the city.
Forgive us for our reflections on timekeeping but, if you have not yet booked to attend this year’s International Flow Battery Forum, time is also running out to register and make the journey to Prague. (If it’s too late to travel, virtual tickets are also available). We won’t have a procession of speakers, nor a parade of delegates, but we will have interactive sessions when we listen, question, discuss and debate some of the important issues – not only for the flow battery world – but also for the energy sector in general.
Our aim is to show that flow batteries are a viable, economical, and sustainable energy storage solution with applications across the energy sectors. We’ll hear about flow batteries installations around the globe. We will dig deep into the underlying technology and answer important questions. Is the supply of materials secure and reliable? Do we have enough manufacturing capability?
Where are the markets for flow batteries and how do developers invest in them? Many of our exhibitors and sponsors will be on hand to answer these questions. We are pleased to welcome our latest sponsor The Schunk Group – an international technology group and leading supplier of products made of high-tech materials – who will give us crucial insights on the cost and performance of flow battery components.
We have a full programme and almost 300 registered delegates, many of whom are already networking on our conference platform. Join them in Prague, learn about flow batteries, and hopefully take some time out to visit an amazing piece of medieval engineering.
See you next week,