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IEEE Seattle PES & Group14 “Manufacturing silicon battery material at commercial scale to Electrify Everything”

February 22 @ 01:30 - 03:00

Abstract: While lithium-ion batteries have been the standard for energy storage for decades, today’s rising standards for energy density and charging capabilities have led to the entrance of next-generation battery technologies with greater performance capabilities to reimagine everything we do, touch and use. As we explore the possibilities of electrifying key sectors, the technology powering batteries is now more important than ever. Standing at the forefront of this momentous feat is Washington-based Group14 Technologies, the world’s largest manufacturer and supplier of advanced silicon battery materials. Today, Group14’s drop-in flagship commercial product, SCC55™, is already dramatically transforming the possibilities for all applications. In this session, Chris will dive into the process innovation behind Group14’s award-winning silicon battery material; the company’s unique modular manufacturing approach; and the key markets new battery technologies will disrupt in the near future. As Group14 continues to expand and advance its manufacturing capabilities to meet demand globally, Chris will also share how the company is committed to following sustainable manufacturing practices, and how this can be a blueprint across the industry. Co-sponsored by: Puget Sound Energy Speaker(s): Chris, Agenda: Topic: Manufacturing silicon battery material at commercial scale to Electrify Everything Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 Time: 5:30 – 6:00 PM Doors Open and Refreshment 6:00 – 7:00 Presentation Place: Puget Sound Energy, 20111 120th Ave NE, Bothell, Building “O” & Virtual Speaker: Chris Timmons, Group14 Vice President of Engineering For those registering to attend virtually, the meeting link will be sent out a couple of days before the meeting. 20111 120th Ave NE, Bothell, Washington, United States, 98011, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/400519