With the signing of the Paris Agreement in late 2016, nearly 200 countries have promised to decarbonize the global economy by the second half of the century. To meet the agreed-upon standards for 2050, the United States and other major economies must cut their carbon emissions by 80% or more. Creating high-energy density batteries at low cost will be an integral part in reaching these environmental goals.
The Lithium Battery Materials & Chemistries 2017 conference will provide in-depth coverage on the chemistries, both current and next-generation, that are shaping the future of energy storage. From novel electrode/electrolyte materials to higher-capacity cathode/anode structures, this conference will explore how to economically increase battery energy density.
Topics will include, but are not limited to:
- Current & future lithium battery market overview
- Most recent advancements in lithium-ion technology
- Breakthroughs in next-generation lithium technologies
- Improved battery materials
- Nickel manganese cobalt cathodes
- Silicon anodes
- Novel electrolytes
- Solid-state batteries
Who should attend: Government Regulators; Battery Chemists & Technologists; Chemical, Mechanical, and Electrical Engineers; Material Scientists; Battery Manufacturers; OEMs.
* The program is subject to change without notice, due to unforeseen reason.