Storage Technologies „Made in Germany“ – Battery Production, Fuel Cell and Electrolysis

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Tuesday, December 1, 2020 | 11:00am–12:00am CET | Webinar Language: German

Storage technologies “Made in Germany” are on everyone's lips in the context of the energy transition. Battery engineering plays a key role in the future of mobility and delivers innovative technologies. Using the example of bipolar plate production, it is shown which technical concepts exist for reducing production times and costs in large-scale fuel cell production. Power-to-X makes it possible to convert regeneratively generated electricity into other material energy sources. Hydrogen is e.g. produced by means of PEM electrolysis.

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Oliver Zink, Head of Business Development, teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH

Nach seinem Studium zum Wirtschaftsingenieur an der Technischen Unversität Berlin, baute Oliver Zink den dortigen Studiengang GPE Solar zur Erzeugung und Speicherung von Erneuerbarer Energie auf und leitet diesen bis 2012. Ab 2010 war er bereits im Aufbau des Bereich Batteriezellfertigung bei der Jonas & Redmann Group GmbH beteiligt. Seit 2017 ist er Head of Business Development im Bereich Energie Speicher/E-Solutions bei der teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH.

Fabian Kapp,Managing Director, Gräbener Maschinentechnik GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Markus Forstmeier, Director of Sales and Business Development, H-TEC Systems GmbH

Thilo Brückner, Managing Director EMINT, VDMA

Thilo Brückner ist seit 2014 Geschäftsführer des Fachverbandes Electronics, Micro and New Energy Production Technologies (EMINT) im Maschinenbauverband VDMA. Zuvor war er in verschiedenen anderen Wirtschaftsverbänden tätig, wie der Bundesvereinigung der Deutschen Arbeitgeberverbände (BDA) und als Geschäftsführer des Bundesverbandes Schmuck und Uhren.

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