The next seminar in Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Community Science and Technology Seminar Series, “Redox Flow Batteries as Candidates for Large-Scale Energy Storage,” presented by Wei Wang, Chief Scientist in the Energy Processes and Materials Division, will take place on Tuesday, January 15, 2019, at 7:00 p.m., at the Richland Public Library (955 Northgate Dr.).
Redox flow batteries (RFBs) are prominent candidates for large-scale energy storage because they offer high safety, decoupling of power and energy, long life span, quick response, and potentially low cost. This talk will introduce this unique energy storage technology to the Tri-Cities community, and provide an overview on its working mechanism, development history, major components, and the various chemistries used. The talk will also cover new redox flow technologies developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Community Science and Technology Seminar Series was launched to help the general public better understand and explore how science transforms our world.
Email your press release and a photo to Austin Regimbal, Marketing & Communications Director. Press releases are posted in their entirety. This is a free benefit for members of the Tri-City Regional Chamber.