Energy Storage & Hot Topics in Renewable Energy

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UL 9540A, A Means to Evaluate Energy Storage System Fire Characterization for an Installation

Wednesday, September 26
10:30 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: 203AB

Laurie Florence

Principal Engineer
UL LLC

Laurie Florence is the Principal Engineer for batteries at UL since 2003 and had been focused primarily on large format batteries since 2010. Laurie is responsible for UL’s certification categories for energy storage and large format batteries, and represents UL on a number of standards development committees both at UL and through outside organizations such as IEC, SAE, ISO, NFPA and CSA. Laurie is the convener for IEC SC21A working group 5 for industrial lithium ion batteries and the project team leader responsible for developing IEC 62133. Laurie has participated on the US DOE’s Energy Storage Safety Working Group responsible for addressing gaps in Codes and Standards for energy storage systems and has worked on task groups responsible for developing new code language proposals on energy storage for the NEC and IFC.

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