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The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.The program reviews primary, rechargeable, reserve batteries, fuel cells, ultra-capacitors systems and their accessories.
The seminar program reviews typical cycle life aspects of designing and manufacturing energy source solutions: from application energy requirements, power source electrical and mechanical design, cells selection, cells evaluation tests, battery prototype, acceptance tests, design and manufacturing techniques, testing, mass production, safety issues, transportation, use and disposal.

Special focus is given to battery design and testing aspects which are vital tools for battery solution.
The program trains attendees on safety issues along the energy source solution cycle life.

The program focuses on electric vehicle and Batteries, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells and Metal Air systems for EV`s.

Key Benefits
Batteries & Fuel Cells Seminar provides:

  • Full review of current and future electrochemical energy sources.
  • Training on cells selection, design, manufacturing, testing, safety, and transportation and disposal aspects of energy sources.
  • Basic knowledge for new industry members entering the field.
  • Expands the knowledge of industry members already working in the field.
  • Training on Energy Sources Database software – a vital tool for optimal energy source design.
Seminar Program

– Battery characteristics
– Primary cells & batteries
– Rechargeable cells & batteries
– Lithium rechargeable cell
– Manufacturing process
– Battery chargers
– Military batteries
– Thermal & reserve batteries
– Battery design process
– Battery safety
– Battery disposal
– The “smart battery”
– Battery testing systems
– Energy storage for the grid
– Fuel cells
– Ultra Capacitors
-The E-Mobility revolution
– xEV`s Batteries
– xEV`s Fuel Cells and Metal Air
– xEV`s battery swap
– xEV`s Charging infrastructure

Who Should Attend?

  • Battery and energy sources users
  • Pack assemblers
  • Cell makers
  • Energy sources suppliers
  • Academic researchers
  • R&D engineers
  • Market researchers
  • Safety supervisors
  • Battery shippers and disposals
  • E-Mobility industry members
  • Others industry members



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