22 Materials and Processes for Thermo-, Electro- and Photo-Chemical Energy Storage

Sunday, November 8, 2015: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
257A (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Energy storage is critical for utilization of renewable energies that vary significantly in their production with seasonality and weather, such as solar, wind, and hydrothermal power. Chemical bonds provide much higher capacity than other physical means for energy storage. This session solicits the latest research results of materials and processes for energy storage via thermo-chemical, electrochemical, or photochemical reactions, which include chemical-looping materials, batteries, and fuel cells.

Innovations of Green Process Engineering for Sustainable Energy and Environment
Sustainable Energy (23C)
Wei Liu Email: wei.liu@pnnl.gov
Guohua Chen Email: kechengh@ust.hk

3:55 PM
(22b) The Solar Flow Battery: A Hybrid Device for Base-Load Solar Electricity
James R. McKone, Héctor D. Abruña and Franics J. DiSalvo

4:45 PM

5:10 PM
(22e) Screening of Metal Oxide Materials for Solar Thermochemical Water Splitting
Samantha L. Miller, Ryan Trottier, Christopher L. Muhich, Charles B. Musgrave and Alan W. Weimer