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SBC-UL Masterclass: Introduction of Standards for Transporting Batteries

Date:
Tue, 21st Sep 2021
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Tue, 21st Sep 2021

Time:
09:00 am
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11:00 am

Location: Virtual Webinar

Jointly brought to you by Singapore Battery Consortium (SBC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), this Masterclass is the 5th of the series of six webinars on international standards for battery value chains. Lithium batteries lay the foundation for clean and fossil fuel-free through applications such as Battery Energy Storage Systems and Electric Vehicles. Due to risk of thermal runaway, lithium batteries are classed as dangerous goods in transportation. Shipping them to the customer through vast global logistics chains is often an overlooked subject, and a technical barrier to the international trade of lithium battery. In this Masterclass, participants have the opportunity to learn from renowned international experts about international standards, regulations and initiatives about transportation of batteries and the associated value chain.

SBC-UL Masterclass: Introduction of Standards for Electric Vehicles

Date:
Tue, 22nd Jun 2021
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Tue, 22nd Jun 2021

Time:
09:00 am
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11:30 am

Location: Virtual Webinar

Jointly brought to you by Singapore Battery Consortium (SBC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), this Masterclass is the third of the series of six webinars on international standards for battery value chains. In this Masterclass, renowned international experts will provide an introduction of international standards for Electric Vehicles (EV) e.g. IEC, UL, SAE. Participants have the opportunity to learn about existing trends and good practices in policy making for EV-related electrical safety from Singapore and New Zealand, as well as perspective sharing from the industry sector.

SBC-UL Masterclass: Introduction of Standards for Energy Storage Systems

Date:
Wed, 19th May 2021
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Wed, 19th May 2021

Time:
09:00 am
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11:00 am

Location: Virtual Webinar

Jointly brought to you by Singapore Battery Consortium (SBC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), and in partnership with the Smart Grid & Power Electronics Consortium Singapore (SPECS) consortium, this Masterclass is the second in the series of 6 webinars on international standards for battery value chains. In this session on May 19, speakers will cover the current standards landscape for energy storage systems in both the global and local contexts, and examine pertinent battery safety issues in energy storage system deployments.

Battery Manufacturing Solutions Webinar

Date:
Thu, 22nd Apr 2021
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Thu, 22nd Apr 2021

Time:
02:00 pm
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04:00 pm

Location: Virtual Webinar

With the increased proliferation of electric vehicles and battery-based energy storage systems, advanced battery manufacturing solutions will be key in meeting the surging demand for lithium-ion batteries, ensuring product quality, and maximizing the economic margins of the manufacturing process. In this webinar, speakers from both industry players and academic performers will delve into recent advancements and challenges related to battery manufacturing, using machine vision and AI in automated detection of manufacturing defects, and tailoring manufacturing processes for battery thermal management.

SBC-UL Masterclass: Introduction of Standardization for Battery Value Chains

Date:
Tue, 13th Apr 2021
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Tue, 13th Apr 2021

Time:
09:00 am
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11:00 am

Location: Virtual Webinar

Jointly brought to you by Singapore Battery Consortium (SBC) and Underwriters Laboratories (UL), this Masterclass is the first in the series of 6 webinars on international standards for battery value chains. In this kick-off session on April 13, SBC and UL management representatives will unveil the SBC-UL Masterclass Series with an overview of the theme of each Masterclass. Invited speakers from Enterprise Singapore, UL, and National Metrology Centre of Singapore will provide an introduction of the different standardization programs (including IEC, ISO, UL, Singapore Standards, Singapore metrology standards), and showcase how these standards play an indispensable role to support battery industry and innovation. Additionally, we aim to demonstrate how Singaporean stakeholders could exploit these programs to enhance their competitiveness and commercialize homegrown innovations.

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