Adam Whitehead

Adam Whitehead has regularly attended the IFBF since we started in 2010 and started as the head of research at redT in 2017. Prior to redT, Adam worked at Gildemeister energy storage (& Cellstrom), also on vanadium redox flow batteries. He has a Ph.D. in electrochemistry from Southampton University and a B.A. degree in chemistry from St Anne’s College, Oxford University. Adam will talk about the improvements to a vanadium flow battery control and management system.

Sessions

Panel session: flow battery standards
Thursday 21st - -, Session 7: Materials, properties and supply
Improvements in performance
Wednesday 20th - -, Session 4: Present and future flow battery systems

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