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Scalable Energy Storage: Beyond Lithium Ion





Recorded from a live broadcast on Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Watch the replay here (if the recorded replay has ended, select the presentation you would like to watch from the OnDemand section):

Agenda (click on title to view replay in new window):

Opening Remarks, Josephine Cheng, IBM Fellow and Vice President Almaden Research Center and Why Energy Storage Matters, Winfried Wilcke, IBM, Conference Chairman


Energy, Emissions, and Transportation: A Look into the Future, Burton Richter, Stanford, Nobel Laureate

The Importance of Energy Storage in Automotive Applications, Ted Miller, Sr. Manager, Ford Research

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