As the world pursues electrification and the rapid deployment of low-cost renewable power sources, the importance of high-capacity, long-lived, safe energy storage solutions will continue to grow. Manufacturing is central to an innovation-driven economy, and the U.S. must be competitive in order to capitalize on the growth of the energy storage sector in order to realize national security, prosperity and resilience. What is the path to increased U.S. competitiveness in this global manufacturing arena, and how can the Department of Energy’s national laboratories support it?
Learn from these experts:
* Yet-Ming Chiang, Co-Founder, Form Energy, and Kyocera Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
* Joe Cresko, Chief Engineer, Advanced Manufacturing Office, U.S. Department of Energy
* Tim Ellis, President, RSR Technologies
* David Howell, Director of the Vehicle Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy
* Toivo Kodas, Executive Director for Energy Storage and Performance Materials New Business Development, Cabot Corporation
* Vineet Mehta, Director of Battery Technology and Powertrain Architecture and Modeling, Tesla
* Glen Merfeld, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Albemarle
* Willy Shih, Robert and Jane Cizik Professor of Management Practice, Harvard Business School
Venkat Srinivasan, Director of the Argonne Collaborative Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS), and Susan Babinec, Argonne Program Lead, Stationary Storage, will moderate the webinar. The webinar will conclude with a virtual tour of Argonne National Laboratory’s newly expanded Materials Engineering Research Facility and other key battery materials research facilities.