Innovation in Scotland’s Energy Storage Industry Supply Chain Event

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Venue:Michelin Tyre plc
Baldovie Road
Dundee
DD4 8UQ
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Thursday 20 February 2020, 9.00am-4:00pm

DundeeExternal Event

Attendees at this event will hear about exciting new assets being developed for the energy storage sector at MSIP (www.msipdundee.com) and nearby at the University of St Andrew’s Eden Campus. The exciting line up of speakers will talk about current and up and coming projects, including how your business can get involved in a range of innovation and supply chain opportunities across the energy storage sector.

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

  • John Reid, CEO of Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc
  • Prof John Irvine, University of St Andrews
  • Colin Arnold, AGM Batteries
  • John Fox, AMTE Power
  • Jim Gibson, AFC Energy
  • Paul Freeland, Cosworth
  • Rob Pedersen, Dundee City Council – hydrogen bus project
  • Ben Todd, Arcola Energy
  • George Davidson, Rolling Stock Programmes Sponsor, Transport Scotland  – decarbonisation of Scotland’s railways
  • Eduardo de la Guerra, Talgo – development of hydrogen trains
  • Jeff Olear, Low Emissions Resources Global

EXHIBITORS

A range of companies will be exhibiting at the event and this will include some live demonstrations, including AFC Energy’s rapid off-grid electric vehicle charger. The Advanced Propulsion Centre Consortium, AGM, Cosworth, Dukosi, WMG will exhibit the ground breaking SMART Battery technology.

Other companies exhibiting include: MEP Technologies, Sunamp Ltd, Denchi Power and Supply Design.

Access will also be provided to staff from Scottish Enterprise (including Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service), Scottish Development International, Skills Development Scotland and Transport Scotland at the Team Scotland stand.  The Supplier Development Programme will also exhibit at this event.

REGISTRATION

Further details on speakers and how to register is available on Eventbrite.

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