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The webinar “Design and Operation of Industrial Battery Storage” is organised by Cellution, Consulting and Engineering for Energy Storage. It will be hosted by Leon Gosh (Cellution, CEO), an experienced system engineer and consultant, specialised in stationary battery systems with experience in R&D and field application.
The webinar gives you a general introduction into different energy storage technologies but is focused on electrochemical (battery) storage. It covers a broad variety of topics like market, applications, project development, design and operation.
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The content of this webinars divided in four parts and consists of the following topics:
The design and operation of a utility-scale battery storage system is for many companies new territory and definitely linked to many new challenges. Especially for companies that are not well experienced in the field of battery storage, we are offering a webinar to provide an introduction. This webinar will enable you and your colleagues to work with battery storage, to develop projects and to perform technical as well as economic assessment.
The workshop in person was already held in three different countries (Germany, Spain and Cambodia) on two different continents (Europe and Asia). For further information about the workshop and other services of Cellution, please contact Leon Gosh.
Please note: Due to technical restrictions the available places on this webinar are limited.Reserve your spot now and sign in to the webinar early to ensure your participation.
Please note: The webinar will be held via Zoom.
For more information please contact us or visit our website on www.cellutionenergy.com.More Information and Registration
The fire risks of a Li-Ion battery system due to their high potential fire load have to be handled with great care. However with the right measures the risk can be reduced and a safe operation be ensured. They best way to prevent a fire from happening is an early detection of gaseous electrolyte and an inerting of the battery room with e.g. nitrogen or carbon dioxide. This procedure is described and recommended by Siemens in a published white paper form January 2019. Siemens offers as well the fire protection equipment as the FDA241 air sampling detector in combination with the Sinorix N2 extinguishing system.
Cellution offers a risk analysis regarding the fire risks of a Li-Ion battery system as well as a fire protection concept. Please feel free to get in contact with us for details.