Open networking

Join our open networking session! Connect with sponsors and visit exhibitors’ virtual displays. With our friendly conference platform it’s easy to start a video call, or send a message, with just one click. A full list of attendees is available; please use this opportunity to start new conversations and re-establish old contacts.

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Peter Fischer, Fraunhofer ICT, and Anthony Price, Secretary of the IFBF, will wrap up the FLORES sessions and close the symposium. Thank you for joining us! The IFBF Team.

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Session 7 – Presentations from FLORES research projects

FLORES is a network of 9 EU-funded projects working on next generation redox flow batteries. The projects share ideas and results to create next generation energy storage systems for more stable, effective and affordable energy sources. Peter Fischer, Fraunhofer ICT briefly outlines each project.

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Session 8 – Group work: EU calls and policy briefing preparation

An interactive session, using working groups, for delegates to discuss and debate research calls for the Horizon Europe project calls, and to prepare information to inform the European Commission of the research priorities for flow batteries. Project Topic Speaker Grant ID No. SONAR Cost analysis of RFB Jens Noack 875489 MELODY Environmental footprint of RFB […]

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Session 6 – Flow Batteries Europe & Horizon Europe

Thomas Otuszewski, CLERENS, will discuss how the community will benefit from the newly formed, not-for-profit association Flow Batteries Europe (FBE), explain how EU Horizon Europe calls are drafted and how Flow Batteries Europe will feed in ideas into the drafting process to accelerate the development and deployment of the flow battery value chain and scale up the […]

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Session 5 – Identifying industrial needs for applied energy storage research

Where should academic and industrial research be focussed? What are the research needs of the flow battery industry? We are pleased to welcome representatives from across the energy sector. Hosted by Peter Fischer, Fraunhofer ICT, they will debate areas where research and development is needed now, and in the future. Please join in with your own […]

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Session 2 – Policy & regulation

This session will cover the strategic imperative for flow batteries. We will discuss how standards, battery regulation and energy storage policy can help flow battery deployment now and in the future. How can we as an industry respond to tightening regulations on the manufacture, sale and distribution, recovery and recycling of all types of batteries? […]

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Session 4 – Strategic, commercial and environmental performance

Given the increasing need to demonstrate whole life costs, what combination of cycle lifetime, calendar lifetime, carbon and energy content of manufacture, operation and decommissioning / recycling should be achieved to ensure flow batteries are competitive with other technologies? A discussion with representatives from industry and academia. Presentation Speaker Affiliation Financial targets Torsten Müller Fraunhofer […]

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Networking break out session

Hosted by Adam Clark. Networking sessions in this Symposium will be both focused on particular topics and general. Each group will have a small number of participants, giving you the opportunity to start conversations that you may choose to continue beyond the Symposium itself.

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Session 3 – Long duration storage in action

This session will cover the business case for long duration storage in: behind-the-meter applications ancillary services other energy applications. Mike Gravely from the California Energy Commission will share his personal view on storage in California and research into non-lithium storage.   Georgina Morris from the UK’s Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) will […]

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