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N1.07 - JCESR Transformation Energy Storage for Transportation and the Electricity Grid 
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April 21, 2014   4:30pm - 5:00pm
 
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The Joint Center for Energy Storage Research combines discovery science, battery design, research prototyping and manufacturing collaboration in a single highly interactive organization to pursue transformational next generation energy storage beyond lithium ion batteries. JCESR will leave three legacies: - a library of fundamental knowledge of the materials and phenomena of energy storage at the atomic and molecular level-two prototypes, one for the grid and one for transportation, that, when scaled to manufacturing will be able to deliver five times the energy density at one-fifth the cost-a new paradigm for battery R&D that accelerates the pace of discovery and innovation and significantly shortens the time from discovery to commercialization.An introduction to JCESR’s vision, mission and legacies will be followed by research highlights illustrating its advances in fundamental science and the promising pathways to transformational battery designs and prototypes. This work was supported as part of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, an Energy Innovation Hub funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science, Basic Energy SciencesContact informationGeorge CrabtreeDirector, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)Argonne National Laboratory9700 S. Cass AveArgonne, IL 60439630 252 5509crabtree@anl.govDepartments of Physics, Electrical and Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Illinois at Chicago845 W. Taylor St. M/C 273Chicago, IL 60607Tel 630 252 5509crabtree@uic.eduExecutive AssistantBernadette (Nada) PetrovicJoint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR)Argonne National Laboratory9700 S. Cass AveArgonne, IL 60439(630) 252-1420bpetrovic@anl.gov
 


 
 
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