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  • Most of the existing renewable portfolio on the grid comes from fully developed hydroelectric, which is limited by geography
  • 100-mile range is from test-driven performance of Nissan Leaf; 300-mile range is for near parity with gasoline-powered ICE.$100/kWh is from DOE ARPA-E target
  • Slide of Manthiram and Goodenough from ME dept webpage http://www.me.utexas.edu/news/2010/1210_battery_grant.phpPictures of graduates from McCombs webpage on Texas Exes membership: http://new.mccombs.utexas.edu/MSTC/Alumni.aspx
  • Electrical Energy Storage

    1. 1. Worldwide demand<br />Electrical Energy Storage<br />Quarillion<br />BTU’s<br />Leading the way for a cleaner, sustainable environment<br />
    2. 2. Electrical Energy Storage<br /><ul><li>Population, and per capita GDP growth is driving worldwide demand for energy faster than discovery and development of fossil fuels
    3. 3. Nearly 100% of energy consumed in the US transportation sector is from petroleum, more than 60% of which is imported
    4. 4. Limited penetration of renewables on the grid due to difficulty in dispatching intermittent resources like wind and solar</li></ul>US transportation sector<br />27 Quadrillion BTU’s<br />US electric grid<br />38 Quadrillion BTU’s<br />Worldwide demand<br />Natural<br /> Gas<br />Quadrillion<br />BTU’s<br />Petroleum<br />(domestic)<br />Nuclear<br />Petroleum<br /> (imports)<br />Coal<br />Renewables<br />
    5. 5. Electrical Energy Storage<br />“We’re looking at the connection between where electricity is made and where electricity connects to your house. That is the largest supply chain in the world with absolutely no warehousing capacity.”<br />-Mark Johnson, DOE ARPA-E program<br /><ul><li>Foster the development of alternative, sustainable, clean energy technologies
    6. 6. Integrated systems that are cost effective, scalable, and safe
    7. 7. Accelerated electrification of the transportation sector
    8. 8. 30% of electric power from renewable sources by 2020</li></li></ul><li>Electrical Energy Storage<br /><ul><li>Breakthrough technologies that enable electrification of the transportation sector and support widespread penetration of renewable power on the grid
    9. 9. Transportation: new high-capacity, high-voltage materials and designs to extend pure EV range from <100 to > 300 miles
    10. 10. Grid:novel electrolytes, robust flow battery and flywheel designs to reduce installed storage costs to $100/kWh with >90% round-trip efficiency and 10-year life
    11. 11. Top students who become leaders in both research and industry</li></li></ul><li>Electrical Energy Storage<br />5 nm<br /><ul><li>Early access to disruptive technologies:
    12. 12. Innovative concepts and materials that can be licensed and commercialized
    13. 13. Faculty assessments of relevant breakthroughs in science/engineering
    14. 14. World-class facilities for synthesis, characterization, and simulation
    15. 15. Ability to engineer the first of something
    16. 16. Opportunity to foster relationships with students while earning their degrees
    17. 17. Potential to recruit future industry leaders who are familiar with both your company and critical technologies</li></li></ul><li>Electrical Energy Storage<br /><ul><li>Faculty are world-renowned leaders in energy storage
    18. 18. Developed all leading cathodes for lithium-ion batteries
    19. 19. Set the standards in fly-wheel technology
    20. 20. Vast breadth and depth in electrochemical energy technologies
    21. 21. Unique state-of-the-art facilities
    22. 22. Leverage with existing funding
    23. 23. Real-world testbed for new products/concepts via Pecan Street Project </li></li></ul><li>Electrical Energy Storage<br />Worldwide demand<br />Enabling integrated systems that are economically viable and scalable.<br />Quarillion<br />BTU’s<br />