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Meet BSEF at the International Flow Battery Forum 2019
Energy 10-07-2019

Meet BSEF at the International Flow Battery Forum 2019

BSEF will take part at the International Flow Battery Forum 2019 in Lyon, to support the business case for flow batteries and long duration energy storage, and to meet with worldwide experts.
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The Bromine-based energy storage
Energy 10-07-2019

The Bromine-based energy storage

Bromine-based flow batteries are a highly efficient and cost-effective electro-chemical energy storage solution, providing a range of options to successfully manage energy from renewable sources, minimizing energy loss, reducing overall energy use and cost and safeguarding security of supply.
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Let´s Talk Bromine: The latest news on Science and Bromine Technologies!
Economy & Jobs 10-06-2019

Let’s talk Bromine: The latest news on science and Bromine technologies

Bromine is a chemical element part of the halogen group of the periodic table used in multiple applications.
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New VECAP code of best practices launched at the EUMBC Conference 2019

New VECAP code of best practices launched at EUMBC Conference 2019

The new VECAP Code of Best Practices includes comprehensive guidance for industry on how to reduce emissions of flame retarding chemical additives. It is based on extensive experience at production and downstream user installations around the globe since 2004.
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VECAP celebrates its 15th anniversary with new Code of Best Practices

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In Europe, 83% of all brominated flame retardants are correctly handled with less than 0.001% of emissions for key substances¹.
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Energy 29-11-2018

BSEF at the Energy Storage Global Conference 2018

BSEF, The International Bromine Council, was a proud exhibitor at the 2018 Energy Storage Global Conference.
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The role of Bromine in Reducing Mercury Emissions

The role of Bromine in Reducing Mercury Emissions

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Mercury is considered by the World Health Organisation as one of the top ten chemicals or groups of chemicals of major public health concern.

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