21. March 2018 - 22. March 2018Public | 100€
Problematic transportation? Energy storage for mobility
Mobility is a hot topic. The engine of the future should be clean, affordable, convenient and always available. The over 100-year history of the development of the combustion engine shows that it has become increasingly efficient and clean. However, the finite nature of fossil fuels, climate change and smog call for alternative solutions from the automotive industry, such as the electric drive.
But as this is already technologically advanced, drive technology is not the problem. Rather, storage and appropriate infrastructure still need a lot of development. Energy storage systems in the form of batteries, hydrogen or alternative fuels will determine which route electro-mobility will take.
At the 7th Stuttgart Energy Storage Symposium in 2018, we will examine the charging infrastructure for battery-powered electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles, the availability of alternative fuels and the technological aspects, from industrial and scientific perspectives to the various drive concepts.
You are cordially invited to join us to systemically and technologically examine and discuss all aspects of ‘Problematic transportation’: energy storage for mobility at the 7th Stuttgart Energy Storage Symposium on Thursday, 22 March 2018 from 9:30 to 16:30.
On Wednesday, 21 March 2018 there will be tutorials on energy storage technologies at 17:00, followed by a MEET & GREET at 7:00 pm.