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11/09/2020 - 11/10/2020 | Online

Electrolysis in Process Industry 2020

Various applications of electrolysis will be shown and discussed. Due to the energy revolution and the coupling of the energy and the chemical sector, electrolysis is gaining importance.

Which progress has been made in recent years in the field of electrodes and electrolyses? How can water treatment and the closing of material cycles by electrolysis contribute to more sustainability? Can electrolysis be used to buffer volatile energy supply?

The Infoday is tailored to the needs of industry representatives who are looking for concrete solutions and the latest trends and knowledge. The emphasis is on clear, focused information brokerage and discussion within the scope of expert presentations, best practice examples and panel discussions.

Become part of the virtual event, contribute your questions to the panel discussion, discuss electrolysis-related topics in the topic rooms or exchange ideas with speakers, exhibitors and other participants in 1:1 meet-ups.

It is your chance to get informed about the latest developments, new technology trends and professional training in electrolysis. It is also a great oppurtunity to network with like-minded professionals.

The virtual event will offer as much or even more opportunity for peer-to-peer exchange and interactive formats – so stay tuned for more information!

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11/09/2020 - 11/10/2020

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Journalists, Scientists and scholars



Subject areas:

Chemistry, Energy, Mechanical engineering

Types of events:

Conference / symposium / (annual) conference, Seminar / workshop / discussion




Dr. Christine Dillmann



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