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Hear from Enersys’ Dr. Thomas Verghese at Powered On Live 2023

Dr. Thomas Verghese, Business Development Manager at EnerSys, has been announced as a new addition to the Powered On Live 2023 schedule. 

The two-day digital conference is just over a month away, with a range of topics set to be discussed covering some of the most pressing issues facing the electrical industry, as well as its quest to decarbonise. 

The addition of Verghese to the agenda is a real boon for attendees. He is a certified energy storage industry expert with almost 30 years’ of experience. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physics at the University of Sussex, his Master of Science in Material Science and, subsequently, his Doctorate from the University of Manchester. 

Verghese has been actively involved in the development of several battery products, including lithium-based solutions for use in hazardous environments and lead-based batteries for heavy-duty vehicles, and he has written numerous papers and presented at various industry-related conferences over the years.

During Verghese’s session, attendees will find out how best to optimise lead-acid battery technology, as well as the effective use, control and monitoring of energy storage assets. News of his session comes shortly after it was confirmed that Enersys would be taking the Platinum sponsorship of Powered On Live 2023

Powered On Live 2023 is already turning out to be stacked full of interesting sessions covering the length and breadth of the electrical industry. Kicking off the whole event will be Dr Dan Atzori from Cornwall Insight, who will deliver the day one keynote, while the ECA’s Andrew Eldred will kick off day two. To ensure you don’t miss out on Powered On Live 2023, which takes place June 14-15, you can register for the event now by clicking here.

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