The Cleantech Council meets in February to review innovation in the battery segment - from materials to charging to recycling. This 1/2 day meeting includes experts and introductions to a host of startups pushing the boundaries in battery tech.

  • Date: 2/16/2023 08:30 AM
  • Location: Qnovo in Milpitas, CA (Map)
  • More Info: Also available online to Cleantech Council members


The Cleantech Council meets monthly in Silicon Valley to review innovation and startups working in clean, green, and sustainabiity technologies. This meeting is not an Autotech Council meeting, but it is open to the public and you can register on the Cleantech Council website. 


Speaker Application for this agenda is open until Jan 10, 2023.  Startups, industry experts, market leaders, and analysts who have new ideas, expertise and insight to share with Cleantech Council's community of corporates, innovation tech scouts and investors are encouraged to apply. Speakers chosen through the application process attend at no cost.


The Cleantech Council’s battery meeting will discuss a number of battery innovation categories, as well as meet some of the companies providing the future solutions, such as:

  • Grid forming, as opposed to grid following batteries
  • High-speed, high-capacity inverters
  • Solid-state batteries
  • Distributed grid storage, Industrial partners
  • Home battery units, grid-tied, and off-grid
  • Software and system control solutions
  • Dendrite reduction, other LiIon battery improvements
  • Other battery chemistries
    • Lithium Ion (nickel-cobalt-aluminum)
    • LiFePO4 (LFP)
    • Aluminum air
    • Sodium-ion
    • Fluoride-ion (ex: ZnTiF6)

Join us as we uncover the big near-term changes in energy storage at our Batteries meeting. We’ll discuss the advances in stationary batteries, from home-sized to grid-scale. Get set to meet the companies creating innovative chemistries, products, and technologies that will support the renewable energy revolution.