Energy storage offers new horizons for generating and using electricity, for moving people and goods locally and across long distances, for avoiding the worst consequences of climate change, and for adapting to the consequences we cannot avoid. This colloquium honoring Argonne National Laboratory’s 75th Anniversary examines the roles energy storage will play in shaping and responding to a changing world.
Lithium-Ion Batteries: From an Idea to Readiness to Take on Climate Change - Opportunities and Challenges
- M. Stanley Whittingham, Binghamton University, SUNY
Nobel Laureate in Chemistry, 2019
Where is Energy Storage Going?
- George Crabtree, Director of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory
- Melanie Kenderdine, Principal, Energy Futures Initiative
- Mary Powell, CEO, Green Mountain Power VT (2008-2019)