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Energy Storage Innovations (ESI) USA 2017 is the leading conference to learn about new developments in battery technology. Organised by the technology consulting firm IDTechEx, ESI’s aim is to bring together different players in the value chain, from material and technology developers to integrators and end-users, providing insight on forthcoming technologies, material selection, market trends and the latest products.
The conference will take place over the course of two days (November 15 & 16, 2017) at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA, in the heart of the Silicon Valley, alongside the IDTechEx Show! as well as eight other co-located conferences on electric vehicles, 3D printing, energy harvesting, and so on. 28 speakers from various areas of the energy storage industry will populate the ESI conference track, from manufacturing to fundamental R&D, all the way to battery software and new business models. It is this cross-disciplinary approach, that cuts both across the value chain and across parallel battery markets.
Alongside IDTechEx’s senior analysts, three excellent keynote speakers will open the conference, namely Dr Ramesh Bhardwaj from X (formerly Google X), who will talk about Alphabet’s efforts in benchmarking vanadium redox flow batteries; Ms Candice Yu from Mercedes Benz Energy, a new company by Daimler focusing on grid storage from an automotive perspective; and Mr Austin Mori from muRata, a Japanese company that recently acquired Sony’s Li-ion battery business and which is set for a tremendous growth in the years to come.
The rest of the conference will consist of five thematic sessions, to reflect the most promising areas in terms of growth and innovation according to IDTechEx:
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