Participants are sought from across academia, National Laboratories, industry, and NGOs by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) to provide their expertise, insights, and vision for the use of electrochemical processes across the U.S. industrial sector.
Be an active participant or just a “listener” in a virtual workshop series examining how adopting electrochemical technologies and strategies could substantially improve the performance of the industrial sector, for example in energy productivity, thermal efficiency, reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, reduced number of process steps. Opportunities for technology development to accelerate commercial deployment will also be discussed.
Help identify technologies and associated R&D opportunities related to electrochemical processing systems used in major industries.
Assist in prioritizing the technical areas where AMO funding could have the greatest impact on manufacturing, energy efficiency, and greenhouse gas emission reduction.
Participate in the June 15 kickoff session to help set the agenda for the series.
Tuesday, June 15, 1300-1600h ET
The connection between electrochemistry and DOE objectives and what current work is in this space
Discuss attendee’s hopes and objectives for the workshop
Thursday, June 17, 1300-1600h ET
State of the art in electrochemistry and how it is being applied in the manufacturing space today
Brainstorm on potential applications for EChem in industry
Tuesday, June 22, 1300-1600h ET
Potential applications of electrochemistry in industry and their impacts
Identify challenges to deploying EChem in industry and technology development needs
Tuesday, June 29, 1300-1600h ET
Discussion of the innovation ecosystem and enabling technologies
Identify opportunities to improve the innovation ecosystem for electrochemistry advancement
A detailed agenda will follow. Workshop participants will receive a pre-workshop framing document that provides more details on the workshop pillars and emerging technologies as well as post-workshop results documents.