Welcome to the Advanced Chemistry Cell Manufacturing: Technology course.
The Advanced Chemistry Cell Manufacturing: Technology course is part of the Advanced Chemistry Cell Manufacturing (ACC) Manufacturing Masterclass 2021 that focuses on ACC manufacturing technologies.
- Provide ACC manufacturing technology overview
- Discuss the role of energy storage technologies in power systems
- Discuss the classification and comparison of technologies
- List battery types
- Explain thermal energy storage, mechanical storage, pumped hydro storage, advanced lead-acid batteries, lithium-ion batteries, flow batteries, and high-temperature batteries
- Discuss next-generation technologies, supercapacitors, and battery management system
- Provide an overview of hydrogen storage scope
- Share latest research & development activities and future scope
- Describe the need for safety and performance testing, the evolution of safety standards
- Discuss selection of batteries for different applications
- Give an overview of second-life batteries, the economics of second-life batteries, and key applications
- Emphasize the need for recycling and disposal
- Discuss need for circular economy, existing and upcoming regulations, recycling process overview, the economics of recycling, advanced concepts such as re-lithiation, and overview of current market players
- Explain spent LIB valuable extraction
- Business Decision Makers
- Business Executives Department Heads
- Energy Storage Investors
- Supply Chain, Raw Materials Companies
- Manufacturing Equipment and Battery Component Suppliers
Course Duration: ~7 hours
- Dr. Rahul Walawalkar
- Dr. Tanmay Sarkar
- Mr. Venkata Kuladeep M
- Dr. K Ramesha
- Dr. Abhik Banerjee
- Mr. Arjun Bhattarai
- Mr. Vaibhav Dalvi
- Mr. R P Deshpande
- Mr. Nikhilesh Mishra
- Dr. Judy Jeevarajan
- Mr. Manoj M. Desai
- Prof. Suddhasatwa Basu
About the Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Manufacturing Masterclass:
India has become one of the fastest-growing markets for advanced energy storage technology supporting the exponential growth expected in its electric vehicle, stationary storage market over the next 5 years.
With IESA estimating the India market to grow over 500GWh (2020-27) considering ESS & EV opportunities, around $5 billion investments are expected to be attracted supporting 50+GWh capacities for multiple li-ion battery gigafactories.
The Indian government is strongly backing this market via the recently launched National Mission for Transformative Mobility & Battery Storage (NMTMBS) with Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme for advanced battery manufacturing through the ACC program by NITI Aayog. Importantly, most State Governments too are focused on manufacturing advanced energy storage technologies and their adoptions.
On this background, the Advanced Chemistry Cell (ACC) Manufacturing Masterclass guides rising decision-makers and investors from the energy sector to set up gigafactories by sharing the latest research and development, market analysis, technology updates, and for introducing them to the manufacturing process, supply chain, government policies, and benefits, export-import, safety, and testing as well as skills development.