The Future of Safety Science: The Future of Electrochemical Safety and Energy Sustainability

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The Future of Electrochemical Safety and Energy Sustainability

Tuesday, October 12, 2021 | 6:00 PM (Eastern (New York, New York))

Batteries, and other electrochemical energy storage systems, power our lives and grant us freedom in our energy use. As with any engineering solution, they have trade-offs. For instance, lithium-ion batteries require intensive resource extraction, but they also facilitate renewable energy storage that is lightweight, occupies less volume and provides long run times and power for the required lifetime of the device. As sustainability becomes an increasingly pertinent consideration, how will we engineer our energy storage? What is the future of electrochemical energy? Join the conversation.

In The Future of Safety Science webinar series, we explore new careers, connect with experts from an array of disciplines and prepare you for your path forward.

Register for The Future of Electrochemical Safety and Energy Sustainability on this page or you can register for the entire series here.

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