Electrochemistry in Energy Applications: Policy Drivers, Commercial Opportunities and Research Challenges

Monday, 27 July 2015: 08:00
Lomond Auditorium (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre)
N. P. Brandon (Imperial College London)
The role and value of electrochemical technologies such as fuel cells, lithium batteries, flow batteries, supercapacitors, and electrolysers in delivering a secure and sustainable energy system will be analysed and discussed.  In this context, commercial opportunities for these technologies will be introduced in the near, medium and long term, and the research challenges, and associated opportunities for innovation, will be highlighted.