Energy Storage Safety and Reliability Forum

Join us for the 8th annual Energy Storage Safety & Reliability Forum May 14 - 16, 2024

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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Discovery Hall 

Secure Your Spot for the 8th Annual Energy Storage Safety & Reliability Forum!

Join us as we delve into the latest advancements in energy storage safety and reliability, aligning with the DOE roadmap for the future at the 8th Annual Energy Storage Safety & Reliability Forum, taking place from May 14-16, 2024. Proudly sponsored by the DOE Office of Electricity’s Energy Storage Program, this insightful event will be held at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s Discovery Hall in Richland, WA.

The 2024 Forum promises a comprehensive exploration of technical advancements, research, and potential solutions for enhancing the safety and reliability of energy storage systems.

Event Highlights:

Engaging presentations and interactive discussions led by safety and reliability experts.

Diverse representation from energy storage and grid technology developers, utilities, integrators, testing and certification labs, emergency responders, code officials, national laboratories, and research institutions.

May 14th Agenda:

Optional lab tours, including an exclusive visit to PNNL's state-of-the-art Grid Storage Launchpad facility. After the tours on May 14th, indulge in a delightful social featuring beverages and appetizers. 


Cap off the first day of the conference with a networking reception to connect with fellow participants.

Limited Reservations:

Seize the opportunity to be part of this transformative experience! Reservations for lab tours and forum participation will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis. Don't miss out—unlock the future by securing your spot early!

Register Now:

For more information of the event and to learn more about lodging options, dining and transportation options visit our event website. Join us on this groundbreaking journey, shaping the future of energy storage safety and reliability. See you at the forum!