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Renewable energy sources are the key to the decarbonisation of society. New solutions are needed to bring together power generation, hydrogen and storage.The Symposium on Electrochemical Energy Technology (SEET) focuses on cutting-edge topics in the field of electrochemical energy technology - fuel cells - water electrolysis - rechargeable batteries. These technologies are considered key to the success of the energy transition based on renewable energies sources.

The specific topics are addressed from the perspective of industry and academia, thus providing a comprehensive view and strengthening the interaction between academia and industry.

Focus in 2024 – Reduction of Critical Materials

The functionality and performance of fuel cells, electrolyzers and batteries are highly dependent on critical raw materials (CRMs). Examples of CRMs are Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) or Rare Earth Elements (REEs). These are economically and strategically important for the European (and global) economy, but their supply is at high risk.

In addition, the EU is facing potential restrictions on per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS). Circular methods and processes are needed, as well as the development of new materials and optimized designs that will increase durability, performance and reliability, while decreasing dependency on critical materials.

 

The specific topics are addressed from the perspective of industry and academia, thus providing a comprehensive view and strengthening the interaction between academia and industry.

 Three sessions on fuel cells, electrolyzers and batteries will be on the agenda.

It would be a pleasure to welcome you at DLR Stuttgart.

Unfortunately, no registration is possible at the moment. We ask for your understanding.

DATE & PLACE

The Symposium On Electrochemical Energy Technology will be held in Stuttgart on 20 March 2024 at the DLR, Pfaffenwaldring 38-40, 70569 Stuttgart.

IMPORTANT TO KNOW

Final registration: 10 March 2024

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