A frequent question we hear is whether hydrogen or lithium ion batteries (LIB) will be the solution for everything from transport to stationary energy storage. Stephanie Moroz will draw upon her 11 years of hydrogen and 5 years of LIB research and development to answer this question at the upcoming Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition in Sydney on 2-3 April. She will present in the Wednesday morning session discussing the advantages and disadvantages of these two technologies in relation to some common energy storage applications.
The Smart Energy Conference and Exhibition is free to attend and brings together 5000+ attendees interested in topics including renewable energy generation, energy storage and energy efficiency along with regulatory and policy considerations. Stephanie will attend the conference both days, so get in contact to meet up with her in Sydney. Check out the program here and register today!