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BroadBit Batteries has been invited to give a plenary talk at the European Commission’s “Making Marine Applications Greener” seminar in Reykjavik, Iceland. The conference will take place on 2016.10.04 at the Grand Hotel Reykjavik in Reykjavik, Iceland. David Brown, CEO of BroadBit, will be presenting “Batteries from the Sea: Sodium Batteries for Marine Applications”.

About BroadBit:

BroadBit is a technology company developing revolutionary new batteries using novel sodium-based chemistries to power the future green economy. We have already made high performance lab samples and are now commercializing the technology for next generation electric vehicles, portable electronics, starters and grid energy storage. Our batteries enable Increased range/use time, Longer lifetime, Reduced cost, Improved environmental friendliness, Improved robustness, and Scalability to any production volume.

The batteries are based on metallic sodium and other widely available and plentiful compounds. Our main active material is sodium chloride (NaCl), also known as table salt. BroadBit is also developing a high power capable battery electrolyte.

About the Event:

The conference offers presentations from representatives of such pioneering firms as Bellona, Efla Consulting Engineers, Northsailing, Prototech, Selfa, BroadBit Batteries and Wärtsilä.

Aside from information sharing, the goal of the conference is also to establish a dialogue between Nordic players involved in relevant maritime projects and those interested in new ones. Low- and zero emission solutions for the maritime sector are becoming an increasingly important topic for governments and authorities in the Nordic countries.

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