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3rd Friday COFFEE BREAK: Long-Duration Energy Storage

  • 20 May 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Zoom

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Coffee Break

Long-Duration Energy Storage

Need a break? A quick face-to-face with your green building community? New thoughts, ideas, and conversation to jump start your day? Join your Green Buildings Are Better community every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month for a quick coffee break discussing green building, sustainability. and community hot topics with local and national featured guests! View previously recorded USGBC-Missouri Gateway Chapter Coffee Breaks. 

HOT TOPIC 

Long-Duration Energy Storage 

Coordination Chemistry Flow Battery (CCFB), have you heard of them? They are not your typical battery, sealed battery such as lead acid, or lithium-ion, flow batteries separate the power and energy portions of a battery system. Energy is stored in a liquid electrolyte which is flowed through a stack of electrodes! Lockheed Martin, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Hannah Chapin-Eppert will present their GridStar Flow system, providing flexible, durable, long-duration (>6 hours) energy storage for utility scale projects.


For large-scale industrial energy management, microgrid support, utility reserve capacity, and transmission and distribution within large-scale renewables integration -- having batteries designed to exhibit lower system cost, higher efficiency, and longer useful life is powerful.  


FEATURED GUEST
Hannah Chapin-Eppert, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage

Hannah Chapin-Eppert is a native St. Louisian living in Boston Massachusetts as a lead mechanical engineer with Lockheed Martin Advanced Energy Storage, LLC designing their new flow battery, GridStar Flow. Hannah attended Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, earning a degree in mechanical engineering. Before working with Lockheed Martin, Hannah worked at Rolls-Royce on-board U.S. Navy ships, focusing on gas turbines, generator set package design for the U.S. Navy Arleigh Burke Flight III Destroyers, and gas turbine waste heat recovery as a Mechanical Design Engineer. 


WHEN 

Friday, May 20, 2022 

10:00 - 10:30 AM, CT


WHERE

Virtual event via Zoom.

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FEE 

FREE. All are welcome!


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