The Battery Technology Podcast

The Battery Technology Podcast

News, views and interviews from the global Battery Technology industry

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February 13, 2024 33 mins

There's a lot happening in the world of Battery chemistry. In this episode, we take a step further down the value chain and explore the how developments in digitalisation are helping companies design not just battery componentry but to optimise the manufacturing process through which they will be built.

 

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Puneet Sinha |  Sr. Director, Battery Industry | Siemens Digital Industries Software

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At the core of any battery system is the cathode. The positive electrode, Choices made in cathode chemistry determine much of the battery performance and is responsible for a majority of the cost elements of a battery.

In this episode we are joined by Dr Mark Copley, Research and Development Director of FAAM to discuss all things cathode. From basic principles to the next generation of cathode materials.

 

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We hear a lot about the exponential growth of the market for EV batteries and the pressure that brings on the supply of critical minerals. But what about the demand side of that equation? Is inexorable growth a given, or are there opportunities that can be explored to mitigate demand?

 

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The end of the year is always a good place to take stock. In this episode, I am joined by Max Reid, Principal Analyst with Wood Mackenzie to discuss the EV Battery landscape as we close out 2023 and look forward to 2024 and beyond.

 

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For an industry predicated on a concern for environmental issues, the ability to efficiently recover critical materials is fundamental to the perceived success of the transformation to electric power.

In the episode, we explore the work taking place in this field with Tom Wadsworth, Commercial Director, Europe with Li-Cycle, at the forefront of resource recovery processes for the EV battery market.

 

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The application of Testing and Instrumentation technologies is closely linked to the evolution of evermore powerful EV Battery Systems. In this episode we discuss the relationship between testing and battery development with Don Wright, VP Of Engineering of Unico, a leader in the provision of EV propulsion test stand systems.

 

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In recent episodes of this podcast series we have concentrated on the advances in battery hardware, Developments in the anode/electrolyte/cathode system that will improve the performance of battery systems in the pursuit of increased charge speed. range and battery lifetime.

In this episode we focus on software, and how innovative software solutions can unlock the hidden performance in every battery.

 

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The issues of creating batteries that allow for extremely rapid charging, delivering range at a similar rate as fossil fuel refuelling is at the centre of creating the EV revolution.

The standard battery chemistry won't deliver this. Which means new innovative chemistries must be developed that provide the capacity for the extreme-fast necessary to make the EV revolution a reality.

I'm joined by Doron Myersdorf, CEO & Co-Founde...

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For battery manufacturers maintaining low humidity conditions is critical in the interests of both quality and safety of the batteries they produce. In this episode we discuss with Jason Bettles of Munters, the science behind controlling the environment in the manufacturing process.

 

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Sponsored by Munters - Global leaders in energy-efficient air treatment and climate solutions

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For battery manufacturers and end users the issue of cooling in business critical. In this episode we discuss some of the latest advances in cooling technology.

 

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In an earlier podcast we discussed advances in the rapidly developing science of anode technology. In this episode we take things a step further. I am joined by Salil Soman of Sepion Technologies, a California based battery materials company, at the forefront of replacing graphite anodes with lithium metal.

 

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As the growth of the Battery industry grows at an unprecedented rate, so do the demands on the resources needed to support it. This creates something of a challenge; How does an industry whose existence mitigates the risk of climate change manage its own impact on the world?

I'm joined by Inga Petersen, Executive Director of the Global Battery Association to discuss how the principles of circularity and traceability are key to deve...

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In a talent supply-constrained sector such as Battery Technology, the ability of an organisation to attract and retain the people they need is likely to be a predictor of future success.

In the second of our podcasts exploring the issue, I'm joined by Richard Taylor, VP of Talent Acquisition and Koray Abatay, Project Director of Freyr Battery in Norway to discuss just how, when the competition for talent is fierce, the battery indu...

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One of the major issues facing any growth industry is the supply of talent. But in an industry with the expected growth profile of the Battery sector, that issue takes on business-critical strategic importance.

I'm joined by Chema Robla, People Director of Basquevolt to discuss just how, in a talent constrained world, the battery industry can attract the people it needs to achieve its goals.

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In Episode 2, we take a deep dive into the developing science of Anode development with Tim Aanhane of LeydenJar Technologies developing ultra-thin radical Si anodes

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Welcome to the Battery Technology Podcast - your fortnightly exploration in the world of battery technology industry.

The global demand for battery capacity is rising at an inexorable rate. But how will the industry cope with the opportunities and challenges of meeting its objectives over the course of the next decade.

Join us every fortnight as we delve into the key issues, with help from invited guests from within the industry, s...

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February 12, 2023 1 min

Join us for a brief introduction to the first dedicated Battery Technology podcast from your host Ken Davies

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