Register today: forum highlights the future of safe, resilient energy storage systems February 5, 2019 8:36 pm Published by Mattie Hensley On March 6-8, the 2019 Energy Storage Systems Safety & Reliability Forum will convene to discuss the current state of energy storage systems’ safety and reliability (ESS-SR) and mitigation strategies to improve all levels of system safety and reliability. This open forum assembles a diverse mix of speakers from industry, universities, national laboratories, and government agencies to present their work in ESS-SR. Don’t miss the chance to see the work that is creating the future of ESS-SR. Register today to reserve your place: view the agenda and register here. This third annual event will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico at Hotel Albuquerque in historic Old Town. Topics of discussion include: Understanding Failure R&D Incident Management and Failure Consequences Understanding Failure Applied Codes and Standards Designing Robust Systems Reliability and Abuse R&D Beyond Li-ion Stay Current Stay up-to-date on this and other energy storage events and resources: Subscribe to the latest news from the Energy Storage Safety Collaborative Visit the Energy Storage Safety Collaborative The ESS Safety Working Group is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability (DOE OE) Energy Storage Program led by Dr. Imre Gyuk. For more information, visit the ESS Safety Working Groups website or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tags: Energy Storage, energy storage safety, Events, safety and reliability forum, SAND2018-10778 M « Previous Next » Comments are closed here.