Opening RemarksDay 108:20 - 08:30Main Room
Preparing To Disrupt A MarketMichael Bauer08:30 - 09:00Main Room
Getting Capital For Your Green CompanyNed McMahon09:00 - 09:30Main Room
The Water Solution For CaliforniaVal Frenkel09:30 - 10:00Main Room
Growth vs Profitability: Being Green & For Profit Helen Moore10:00 - 10:30Main Room
BreakDay 110:30 - 11:00Foyer
Networking - Roundtable SurgeryDay 111:00 - 11:15Main Room
PANEL SESSION - Strategic Planning in a constantly evolving marketDay 111:15 - 12:00Main Room
The Future of the gridGregg Rotenberg12:00 - 12:30Main Room
The Story of Growing A Green BusinessMarco Terruzzin12:30 - 01:00Main Room
LunchDay 101:00 - 02:00Foyer
100% Fossil-Free Electricity Tom Stepien02:00 - 02:30Main Room
Candid 30 - Ask Our Speakers About Your biggest ChallengesDay 102:30 - 03:00Main Room
This Q&A session is designed to allow attendees to ask our speakers about the biggest challenges they face.
The State Of Green Energy & what we need to focus onJordan Ramer03:00 - 03:30Main Room
BreakDay 103:30 - 04:00Foyer
Panel Session - Innovating within the green spaceDay 104:00 - 04:30Main Room
The Path to Next Generation Batteries for Electric VehiclesSteven Visco04:30 - 05:00Main Room
In the late 1980’s a number of companies and universities were involved efforts to commercialize rechargeable lithium metal batteries. Safety issues associated with the stripping and plating of lithium metal in liquid electrolytes doomed the commercial prospects for these battery systems, and battery developers worked on alternative solutions for the rechargeable battery market. This was followed in 1991 by the highly successful commercial launch of Li-ion batteries by Sony. Although Li-ion battery technology has seen steady incremental improvements since that time, the market demand for the next disruptive battery technology is strong. This is particularly true for the electric vehicle market where the limitations of Li-ion technology restrict the range of EVs. Accordingly, over the past few decades there have been significant investments in R&D targeted at next generation batteries. PolyPlus has focused its effort on the development of solid-state lithium metal electrodes as an enabling technology for next generation batteries. In this presentation we will examine a number of development paths for solid-state anodes, as well as the evolution from Li-ion to safe, rechargeable Li metal batteries.
Closing RemarksDay 105:00 - 05:10Main Room
Networking Drinks Day 105:10 - 07:00Foyer

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