A new world-class facility located at The Australian National University is set to research lithium-ion batteries, optimising their enabling materials, providing characterisation and testing, and assessing recycling and reuse options. The facility will also investigate other sustainable batteries.
The Battery Materials and Energy Storage Laboratory (the Battery Lab) will be officially unveiled via an online event at 12 – 1pm, Tuesday, 16 February 2021. Never before has the role of battery storage in the global energy transition been so pronounced. This event will showcase the new lab and highlight the important role it will play for both industry partners and the research community.
Program of events
Welcome by Professor Lachlan Blackhall, Head, Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program, ANU.
Official opening by Professor Keith Nugent, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Innovation), ANU.
The Battery Materials and Energy Storage Laboratory – vision & purpose, by Associate Professor Alexey Glushenkov, Research Leader, Materials and New Technologies for Battery Storage, Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program, ANU.
Industry panel discussion with
Leeanne Bond, Non Executive Director, Clean Energy Finance Corporation
Alexey Glushenkov, Research Leader, Materials and New Technologies for Battery Storage, Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program, ANU
Bruce Godfrey, Principal and Director, Wyld Group Pty Ltd
Colin Jackson, Associate Director (Research), Research School of Chemistry, ANU
This event will be recorded. The recording will be made publicly available after the event on BSGIP.com
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