Lithium ion batteries will be the world leader in advanced battery chemistries over the next decade, as they come to dominate the stationary energy storage, automotive, and portable power markets. However, the race is already underway to develop the chemistry that will succeed Li-ion in the decades to come. This webinar will cover emerging battery chemistries, including lithium sulfur, lithium air, ultracapacitors, magnesium ion, zinc air, and others.
Featuring principal research analyst Sam Jaffe, along with L. Jeff Myron, Energy Solutions Program manager at JSR Micro Inc., this webinar explores the strengths and weaknesses of these future battery chemistries, including how they measure up to specifications required for various applications, including automotive traction and stop-start, stationary energy storage, wearable computing devices, tablets, smartphones, and power tools. The webinar also examines the potential market size and forecasts for each of the technologies, and provide a clear examination of the changing market landscape for advanced batteries in the coming years.
- Battery technology
- Battery economics
- Battery deployment strategies
- Stationary energy storage deployment strategies
- Automotive battery strategies
- Market landscape for advanced batteries
What does this webinar answer?
- What are the experimental battery chemistries that could emerge over the coming years as potential rivals or replacements for lithium ion?
- What are the strengths and weaknesses of current battery technologies?
- What are the strengths and weaknesses of emerging chemistries?
- Which other factors will influence the development of the battery industry besides chemistry?
- What is the potential market size for advanced batteries in the coming years?
Who needs to attend?
- Battery companies
- EV manufacturers
- Consumer electronics designers and strategists
- Renewable energy project developers
- Investor community