ZincFive Senior Product Manager Dan Lambert Named To Battcon Conference Technical Committee, Advancing Energy Storage/Battery Innovation And Best Practices
Lambert Brings 30 Years of Expertise Keeping Mission Critical Industries Like
Data Centers, Telecom and Intelligent Transportation Operating 24/7
PORTLAND, Oregon—(January 2018)—ZincFive, the world’s leading provider of nickel-zinc (NiZn) battery based energy storage and delivery solutions, announced today that Senior Product Manager, Dan Lambert, has been selected to the Battcon Conference Technical Committee. Industry users, engineers and manufacturers consider Battcon the premier educational forum for industry trends, innovation and best practices in the manufacturing, safety, selection, installation and use of stationary batteries and energy storage solutions.
The 2018 Battcon Conference in Nashville, Tennessee, April 22-25 will feature a conference session, co-chaired by Lambert, on breakthrough uninterruptible power supply (UPS) technologies and applications, including nickel-zinc technology. Lambert will also help choose the best scientific papers and case studies for conference discussion.
“Dan’s expertise in the industry and his knowledge of up-and-coming trends and new technologies is a tremendous addition to our committee,” says Battcon Conference Director, Pam McCombs.
Expert on Keeping Mission Critical Industries Powered 24/7
Throughout 30 years of commercial and industrial electrical experience, Lambert has focused on keeping mission-critical power systems operating around the clock. “Our always-on world is depending more and more on reliable electrical power and the further connected our world becomes, there’s more opportunity for failures that can take down critical infrastructure,” says Lambert. “Battery storage is the key to maintaining our electricity dependent systems through all those power interruptions. I’m excited to help Battcon find and disseminate the highest quality information to the people who need it the most.”
Lambert’s career experience includes installing, maintaining and testing stationary battery systems and most of the available battery chemistries; battery monitoring and fault detection; and expertise with AC and DC power, UPS and rectifier systems. He has helped guide large-scale energy storage analysis projects and has investigated potential storage systems including mechanical, electrical and chemical.
His expertise in the electrical power systems industry includes Certified Journeyman Electrician, Critical Systems Service Technician, Global Service Manager, Systems Engineer and Product Management.
Mr. Lambert is currently a member of the IEEE Power and Energy Society and serves as the chairperson for the IEEE Energy Storage and Stationary Battery Committee’s IEEE 1491 Battery Monitoring Working Group.
About ZincFive, Inc.
ZincFive is the world leader in innovation and delivery of nickel-zinc based energy storage and delivery solutions for mission critical industries including Data Centers, Intelligent Transportation, Motive Power and more. With 74 patents awarded and 29 patents pending, ZincFive leverages nickel-zinc chemistry within our solutions to provide high power density and performance simultaneous with superior safety and environmental advantages. ZincFive is a privately held Company based in Tualatin, Oregon. zincfive.com