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Energy Mobility 2014 - 2014年エネルギーモビリティー会議 -
2014年4月29 - 30日
米国、カリフォルニア州、サンディエゴ、ヒルトン サンディエゴ リゾート

 
         
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新たなバッテリー化学およびエネルギー貯蔵システムの統合、新たな素材の開拓、そして、マイクロ医療デバイスから高エネルギー/高出力自動車までに至る、幅広いモバイル、ポータブル、およびバックアップエネルギー用途に向けた包括的なビジネスソリューションなど、最近の技術的な飛躍に伴い、無限の可能性を備えた新たな市場へのロードマップが敷かれました。

複数のトラックに沿って開催される当イベントは、エネルギー変換・貯蔵産業において極めて重要なこの時期を際立たせる最新の課題の調査を通じて、技術革新および素材の発見から、デバイスパッケージングおよび統合を経て、モバイル電源の市場における製造およびアプリケーションへと、皆様を導きます。

この会議の各トラックの枠組みの中で、以下の側面が取り上げられ議論されます。

·      基礎研究と技術革新
·      製品および事業開発
·      現場試験と臨床試験
·      資金調達、合併および買収
·      知的財産とライセンシング
·      工業製品と製造
·      プロセス自動化
·      マーケティングと商用化
·      販売と事業
·      規制問題と標準化

 
 
 
 
 
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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
 

8:00 Registration, Exhibit Viewing/Poster Setup, Coffee and Pastries

 

8:50 Organizer’s Welcome and Opening Remarks

 

9:00 What We’ve Learned from Testing >250,000 Cells: New Cell Evaluation Methods and Data Mining Techniques Derived from High Throughput Screening

Steven Kaye, PhD, CSO, Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.

Wildcat Discovery Technologies uses a proprietary high throughput synthesis and screening platform for battery materials. Wildcat’s system produces materials in bulk form, enabling evaluation of its properties in a standard cell configuration. This allows simultaneous optimization of all aspects of the cell, including the active materials, binders, separator, electrolyte and additives. Over the past 3 years, we have screened over 250,000 cells, developing new cathodes, anodes, and electrolytes for a variety of battery types (primary, secondary, aqueous, non-aqueous). In this talk, I will discuss what we’ve learned from this work. Specifically, new analysis methods to extract more information from each cell, which performance metrics are most predictive of long term cycle life and other failure modes, and sensitivity of performance metrics to changes in cell components. I will also discuss new high throughput cell evaluation methods in use at Wildcat, including high precision coulometery and in-situ gas evolution measurement.

 

9:30 One-Dimensional Tin Nanostructures for Lithium-Ion Batteries

M. Grant Norton, PhD, Professor, School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Washington State University

Tin is an attractive anode for next generation lithium-ion batteries. The large volume change during cycling can be accommodated when the material is in the form of a 1-D nanostructure. Tin nanostructures are grown by electrodeposition and using electron microscopy we have determined the growth mechanism. This information has been used to control their formation on a range of substrates. In this presentation, we will also describe the results of in-situ lithiation/delithiation studies using a specially designed TEM holder and results obtained by combining the tin nanostructures with a flexible polymer electrolyte as a step toward a fully flexible battery.

 

10:00 Solid State Li-Ion Batteries

Hélène Rouault, PhD, R&D Project Manager in Advanced Batteries, French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA), France; and

Julio Abusleme, PhD, R&D Project Manager, Solay S.A., Belgium

The next generation of portable electronic devices which could revolutionize the smart communication access and control in very large domain of applications are requested to be unbreakable and bendable. Consequently, the components of such products as the display, the electronic circuit board and also the embedded power source have to offer flexible and resistant structure. CEA and Solvay jointly have so engaged a large program of development on innovative bendable lithium-ion batteries, using monolithic gelled structure from specific PVdF based inks, making them conformable and flexible.

 

10:30 Networking Refreshment Break, Exhibit/Poster Viewing

 

11:00 Thermal Plasma CVD: An Economic Technology for Silicon Anodes

Roel C.M. Bosch, Manager Innovations, Roth and Rau B.V., The Netherlands*

For over a decade Roth & Rau is manufacturing thermal plasma coating systems for ultrafast deposition of silicon based materials. We have currently several collaborations running on the development of silicon anodes with very good results on capacity and cycle life. Key aspect is that thermal plasma technology allows for high deposition rates of amorphous silicon (>1mu / min) and for very controlled growth in terms of density/porosity and the ability to follow complex 3D morphologies such as nanowires, CNT’s and carbon fabrics. *In collaboration with: P. Kudlacek, W. Boonen, B. v. Gerwen, and D.M. Borsa

 

11:30 New High Capacity Embedded Silicon-Graphene Composite Lithium ion Battery Anode Material

Junbing Yang, PhD, CTO, California Lithium Battery, Inc.

If significant improvements in electric vehicle (EV) lithium ion battery (LIB) specific energy (Wh/kg) or energy density (Wh/L) is to be achieved in a timely and cost effective manner, there must be a shift from graphite-based anodes to new, high specific capacity anode materials such as the new uniformly embedded and uniquely stable silicon-graphene composite anode material developed and produced by California Lithium Battery Inc.

 

12:00 Development and Characterization of a Multilayer Ceramic Battery (MLCB®)

Mark Wesselmann, President, Polymer Innovations, Inc.

The preliminary technology has been developed and prototypes made of a rechargeable, true solid state, non-flammable, lithium ion, Multilayer Ceramic Battery (MLCB®). This unique battery utilizes a Li ion conducting ceramic solid electrolyte and cell structure produced using tape casting processes, and shows promise to be transformational in terms of cell structure, high temperature use, zero volt capability, charging voltage conditions and safety.

 

12:30 Luncheon Sponsored by the Knowledge Foundation

 

2:00 Reversible Overcharge Protection for Safer and Lasting Rechargeable Lithium Batteries

Guoying Chen, PhD, Research Scientist, Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

With the growing demand of EV and grid storage, the existing $11B Li-ion battery market worldwide is expected to exceed $43B by 2020. Lithium cells are known to suffer from safety and lifetime issues upon abuse, particularly overcharge/overdischarge following which energetic venting, ignition, and even explosion can occur. Current protection methods of using electronic controls add significant weight and volume to the pack. The use of internal shutdown mechanisms reduces the usable capacity and adds to the burden of the remaining cells in parallel circuits. A novel approach was developed at LBNL where electroactive polymers capable of forming a voltage-regulated, reversible resistive shunt between the current collectors were introduced to prevent cells from overcharge damage. Recent progress, including the development of electroactive polymers that provide protection for high-energy cells intended for vehicular applications and novel electroactive-fiber membranes that drastically reduce the cost and improve the stability of overcharge protection, will be presented.

 

2:30 Safety Standardization for Wireless EV Charging Systems

Joseph Bablo, Primary Designated Engineer, Underwriters Laboratories

As wireless charging innovation has gained momentum, so too has the development of safety standards that begin to address fire and shock hazards, as well as functional safety and interoperability. This presentation will discuss some of the key safety considerations with respect to wireless charging, as well as a unique collaboration between UL, SAE and IEC to promote safer wireless connections between electric vehicles and the electric grid.

 

3:00 Integration and Safety in Commercial Energy Storage Applications

Brent Perry, CEO, Corvus Energy Ltd., Canada

I will be discussing the best way to approach the integration of energy storage technologies into commercial industrial applications from selection of best technologies, integration concerns and issues and the ongoing relationship with partners and customers. I will use case studies of our installations with several verticals to highlight the opportunities and the issues that are necessary to be successful.

 

3:30 Networking Refreshment Break, Exhibit/Poster Viewing

 

4:00 ENERGY STAR and CEC Requirements for Battery Chargers

Rich Byczek, Global Technical Lead, Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage, Intertek

Meeting ENERGY STAR and California Energy Commission (CEC) requirements is key for market success. Product testing ensures electrical systems and components are compliant with international safety and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) requirements, including pre-compliance and test plan development services. During this presentation, we will discuss the requirements and testing needed for small and industrial battery chargers, focusing on the requirements for ENERGY STAR and California Energy Commission (CEC).

 

4:30 Increasing Scrutiny and Regulation of Small Lithium Batteries

Jim Powell, President, Transportation Development Group LLC

In 2014, stricter shipping regulations take effect for small lithium batteries that may now be considered “Dangerous Goods” requiring a hazard label and shipper’s certification. This is a lot of work and expense to ship a few AA lithium cells or other batteries. New rules for ground transport have raised the penalty for an undeclared lithium battery shipment to $20,000 and $40,000 per violation for ground and air transport respectively.

 

5:00 Exhibitor/Sponsor Showcase Presentations - I

 

5:45 End of Day One

 

 

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

 

8:00 Exhibit/Poster Viewing, Coffee and Pastries

 

9:00 Analytical Investigation of the Failure Mechanisms of Lithium-Sulfur Cells

Holger Schneider, PhD, BASF Corporation*

Lithium-sulfur batteries are attractive candidates for post-Li-ion battery systems, offering both superior theoretical capacities and thus high energy densities. However, their practical application is hampered by several severe challenges. We were able to show that the cell performance is strongly influenced by both the amount of electrolyte and the sulfur active material. Moreover, we performed extensive analytical investigations on the decomposition products and gases formed upon cycling the cells. Our findings are discussed in detail in this presentation. *In collaboration with: K.Leitner, H.Sommer, J.Kulisch, T.Weissa, M.Safonta, BASF and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

 

9:30 High Temperature Li-Ion Batteries Through Thermally Stable Separators

Brian Morin, COO, Dreamweaver International, Inc.

With recent fires in batteries for the Boeing Dreamliner and Tesla S, thermal stability in lithium ion batteries is of primary concern. In this talk, we present batteries made using a separator that is stable up to 300 C, and also stable through significant fire events, and show the additional safety that can be achieved in batteries using these separators.

 

10:00 Modular Electrolyte Additives: Decoupling Uniform Deposition and Stability

Steven Kaye, PhD, CSO, Wildcat Discovery Technologies, Inc.

The stability and cycle life of lithium-ion batteries are limited by unfavorable reaction between the electrodes and electrolyte. To reduce this problem, electrolyte additives are used to passivate the cathode and/or anode with a protective coating. To function effectively, such additives must both deposit uniformly on the electrode surface and form an electrochemically inert coating. These dual constraints severely limit the set of viable additives. Wildcat Discovery Technologies has developed a new, modular additive concept in which additives are bound to a molecular core that enables uniform deposition on the electrode surface. Attachment of conventional additives to the core molecules provides improved SEI stability, increasing coulombic efficiency, cycle life, and thermal stability. Furthermore, by decoupling the requirements for uniform coating and chemical stability, new classes of additives can be used. In this talk, I will discuss the development of these modular additives as well as their performance with both commercial and future cell chemistries.

 

10:30 Networking Refreshment Break, Exhibit/Poster Viewing

 

11:00 Battery Aging: Using Modeling to Predict Battery Life

Tom O’Hara, Global Business Manager, Advisory Services for Energy Storage, Intertek

Battery modeling and simulation helps manufacturers analyze operating conditions and design parameters for batteries and other electrochemical systems and processes to understand how they affect battery life and performance. In this presentation we will discuss the benefits of modeling and simulation of lithium-ion batteries. He’ll also explain how test results provide data to predict battery life, analyze implications of operating conditions and design parameters, and understand battery limitations.

 

11:30 Prototype Pre-Heat System for Electric Vehicles

David Baglee, PhD, Dept of Computing, Engineering and Technology, University of Sunderland, United Kingdom

The performance of electric vehicles depends strongly on the performance of its battery pack, which can be influenced by extreme cold temperatures such as those found in Northern Europe. A battery pack performance is reduced as temperatures often reach - 30. Batteries may suffer from slow start, reduced range and slow rate of charge. A solution is to pre-heat the internal core, a module or pack cell. In order to pre-heat and regulate thermal instabilities it is necessary to simulate winter conditions. Sunderland University are developing a thermal management system to characterize the effect of low temperature on battery performance and pre-heat the batteries to ensure capacity, power, charge and safety are not compromised.

 

12:00 High Performance Direct Carbon Fuel Cell by Using Pyrolyzed Carbon from Biomass and Waste Sources

Wenbin Hao, Dept of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

The promise of direct carbon fuel cell arises not only from diversity of available fuels and high operating efficiency, but also a solid infrastructure for scale-up, including transportation, storage, and processing of fuels. In our work, three kinds of carbon fuels from carbon black (CB), bamboo fiber (BC) and waste paper (WPC) are investigated as the anode fuels in the intermediate temperature direct carbon fuel cell (DCFC). The surface compositions of the prepared carbons are carried out by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The experimental results indicate that the carbon from new carbonaceous waste paper shows more elemental rich in Al, Ca and Mg than the other two carbons. The prepared carbons are tested in anode support type DCFC by using samaria doped ceria (SDC) as the electrolyte at 650ËšC. The cell performance with the carbon generated from waste paper yielded a peak power density of as high as 225mW/cm2, which is about 2 times higher than that with carbon black. *In collaboration with: Xiaojin He, Yongli Mi

 

12:30 Lunch on Your Own

 

2:00 Lithium-Ion Batteries in Low Speed Electric Vehicles: A Case Study

Sam Lev, CEO, Lithium Boost Technologies Inc.

We will present case studies to illustrate the business advantages of using lithium-ion batteries in low speed electric vehicles/neighborhood vehicles. The speaker will demonstrate actual customers experience using advanced lithium-ion technology to archive superior performance at competitive cost. The presentation will include a technical description as well as describe the value proposition of this emerging technologies and how it can revolutionize the industry.

 

2:30 The Economic Case for Choosing an Electric Vehicle

Mike Sanislo, PE, President, High Energy Consulting, Inc.

Everyone wants to be green. Except when it costs money. What is the economic case for purchasing an electric vehicle? It depends on the benefit set relative to the best competing alternatives. The speaker will show the economic value for current electric vehicle offerings relative to what else can be purchased in the market. Early adopters are not necessarily driven by economics---the large markets are dependent, in part, on a compelling value proposition---one that says that an electric vehicle costs less than competing alternatives. The speaker will show the math as it exists with current commercial options and where the industry needs to go for the market to become large.

 

3:00 Enabling Energy Mobility via the Cloud

Nick Reva, Manager, PwC

The advent of powerful computing services via the cloud has started to transform how society interacts with technology. As next-generation batteries make their way into vehicles and new infrastructure is rolled-out, demand for real-time management & monitoring systems will increase. Cloud Computing can play a big role in development of smart grids, real-time connectivity, charging infrastructure, management and monitoring systems. This talk will provide a primer on Cloud Computing services, why they matter and what they can do for the energy industry.

 

3:30 Exhibitors and Sponsors Showcase Presentations - II/ Selected Oral Poster Highlights

 

4:15 Concluding Remarks, End of Conference

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 
 
 
次世代バッテリートラックの概要
複数のトラックに沿って開催されるこの会議は、主要な学術、産業、ビジネス、および政府組織のイノベーターが一堂に会し、以下の会議トラックの中で議論し、アイディア、概念、および実験的な成果を披露し合います。
 
次世代バッテリー
•   次世代電極および電解液
•   リチウムVS非リチウム:充分な電源およびエネルギーとは?
•   スマートバッテリー技術
•   ハロゲンフリー/イオン液体、液体およびポリマー電解液
•   含水および非含水電解液
•   エネルギー/出力を上げ、コストを下げるための新たな化学・素材
•   バッテリー構造用の新たな素材:グラフェン・シリコン、ナトリウムおよびマグネシウム、亜鉛、マンガン・バナジウム
•   新たなフロー電池、薄膜バッテリー、紙バッテリー
•   高柔軟性プリンテッドバッテリー

先進リチウムイオンバッテリー
•    新たなリチウムベース化学
•    システム性能を向上する新たな電極技術
•    スピネル、蛍光オリビン、および層状酸化物ベース技術における発展
•    高出力アプリケーション用の陰極および陽極素材
•    リチウム空気/リチウム酸素

ハイブリッド再生可能エネルギーシステム
•  ハイブリッドバッテリーデバイスにおけるスーパー、ウルトラ、およびシュード(擬似)キャパシター
•  素材・コンポーネントからシステム設計・統合まで

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 
 
小型燃料電池トラックの概要
15年目を迎えたSmall Fuel Cells(小型燃料電池)会議シリーズにおけるこのOne-Day Special Symposium(ワンデイ特別シンポジウム)は、様々な燃料タイプ、システムアーキテクチャー、および出力範囲に及ぶハイブリッド燃料電池/バッテリーデバイスの、エンドユーザー、開発業者および製造業にとっての主たる情報源です。素晴らしい講演者陣を揃えた今年のイベントは、燃料電池開発および用途への取組におけるパラダイムの転換を示しており、見逃すことはできません。プログラムのトピックには以下の内容が網羅されています:

    • 燃料電池におけるパラダイムの転換:ハイブリッド燃料電池/バッテリーシステムに注目
    • 設計別ハイブリッド燃料電池バッテリー:アプリケーション主導の開発
    • モバイルエレクトロニクスおよびハンドヘルドエレクトロニクス向けマイクロ燃料電池ハイブリッド/バッテリーデバイス
    • 自動車要ハイブリッド燃料電池/バッテリーシステムの開発およびアプリケーションにおける発展
    • システム統合およびプラントエンジニアリングにおけるバランス
    • 製造およびアプリケーションにおけるエンドユーザーおよびOEMの視点
    • 燃料電池システムにおける充分なバッテリー制御とは?
    • PEM、SOFC、アルカリ、直接、ホウ化水素・DMFCのハイブリッド化
    • 燃料開発における発展
    • 素材の課題と設計に応じた素材利用の取組
    • ナノテクノロジー・ナノ素材の役割
    • 安全性、耐久性および信頼性

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 

 
アプリケーション主導再生可能エネルギーシステムトラックの概要
自動車
•    EV(電気自動車)の課題への対応:サイクルライフ、電源・エネルギー、コスト、および安全
•    電気自動車とハイブリッド車:「プラグイン」に関する賛否
•    バッテリー充電技術およびインフラ
•    伝導VS誘導充電インフラ

モバイル/ポータブル(携帯型)
•    少容量における高エネルギー密度

バックアップ電源

中小規模商業アプリケーション

軍用モバイル電源

その他のアプリケーション
•    エネルギー技術の革新に変革をもたらすナノ素材の役割
•    小型化の課題
•    新たな素材構造における先進的な工学および統合
•    太陽光発電およびフォトニックアプリケーション向けナノ複合材料およびナノワイヤー
•    エネルギー技術向け多機能ナノ素材
•    水素:賛否両論
•    バイオ燃料
•    バイオマス、風力および天然ガス

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 
 
バッテリー安全およびバッテリー管理システムトラックの概要
•    より優れた安全性、信頼性、および性能に向けた先進技術
•    モバイルアプリケーションにおけるリチウム電池に関する安全性の問題
•    商用セル評価および故障分析
•    乱用検査/極限状態
•    非破壊検査/ライフサイクル検査

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 
 
代替および再生可能エネルギー市場トラックの概要
•    産業および経済の概要
•    再生可能エネルギー、輸送および販売とスマート充電
•    標準化と相互運用性
•    市場、ビジネスおよび公共政策
•    コネクテッドエネルギーモビリティー

* 不測の事態により、事前の予告なしにプログラムが変更される場合があります。

 

 
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