One of the challenges in electricity generation scenarios with a large share of inherently intermittent sources, such as wind and solar power, is the storage of energy over long periods of time. Especially here in Europe, a large surplus of electricity is expected in summer, whereas periods of low electricity supply in winter have to be adequately bridged.
The seven distinguished speakers of this year’s Swiss Electrochemistry Symposium will take us on a journey to the science and technology of electrochemical devices in the context of seasonal energy storage.
We look forward to welcoming you in Aarau to the 36th Swiss Electrochemistry Symposium on April 29, 2020, for inspiring discussions, a fruitful exchange of ideas and a stimulating get-together.
Electrochemistry Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institut
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Image next to title: Li dendrites, observed by SEM, forming on a Li substrate when using Li metal as a working electrode in lithium-ion batteries.