6:30pm Monday 9 November 2015- Andrew Lamb- MagEfekt battery technology

MagEfekt is an Australian engineering consultancy who have developed revolutionary manufacturing techniques to offer the most robust range of purpose-built lithium-ion batteries in the market.  MagEfekt specialise in designing, building and manufacturing battery packs to meet specific customer requirements, right here in Melbourne. MagEfekt aims to produce energy dense batteries for both mobile and stationary applications.

Engineer Andrew Lamb will present a comparison on various battery chemistries and explain why lithium-ion technologies, such as MagEfekt's Tardis battery, are superior. Andrew will also cover general energy storage concepts and the importance of system sizing for your particular application.

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6:30 - 8pm Monday 9 November 2015*

McCoy Building 200
Fritz Loewe Theatre  (entry via ramp to first floor)
University of Melbourne
Cnr Elgin & Swanston Streets, Carlton

*Please note: This is the second Monday in November after Melbourne Cup long weekend

Public transport: Stop 111 Cnr Elgin & Swanston Streets on tram routes 1 & 8.
Entry to building is on south side of Elgin St up the ramp.
Entry: Gold coin donation

Thank you to the University of Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI), our Zero Carbon Australia project partners for supporting us in bringing you this event.

Everyone is welcome to come along to the pub next door to continue the discussion after 8pm.