Workshop on using SMES for energy storage applications
16 – 18 September – Glasgow (UK)
This workshop is organised by Strathclyde University and supported by a British Council founded ‘Integration of wind farms using SMES systems’. The aim is to invite world-leading experts in SMES technology and potential end user/general energy storage experts to sit together and discuss how SMES technologies can be improved and used in real applications.
Read more information regarding the program here.
When: 16-18 September 2018
Where: Ross Priory, Loch Lomond, Glasgow, UK
6th Int. Workshop on Numerical Modelling of High Temperature Superconductors
26 – 29 June 2018 – Caparica (PT)
The 6th International Workshop on Numerical Modelling of HTS will be held in Costa de Caparica, Portugal, from 26 to 29 June 2018. The main objective of the workshop is to provide a common discussion forum for latest developments, innovations, challenges and perspectives on numerical modelling of High Temperature Superconducting (HTS) materials, particularly in the field of Superconducting Engineering.
An EERA JP ES Roundtable will be organised in the Workshop. It will be a great opportunity to get together people from electrical utilities and superconducting community in order to discuss points of view, envisaged applications, technical issues, R&D needs, etc., concerning the application of energy storage technologies based on superconducting materials in the grid.
The Roundtable is a joint initiative of FCT NOVA and EERA JP ES.
Read more information about the workshop here.
When: 26-29 June 2018
Where: more information about the veneu will be available soon, Caparica (PT)
EASE-EERA Technology Development Roadmap Launch Event
18 October 2017, Brussels (BE)
On Wednesday 18 October 2017 the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) and the Joint Programme on Energy Storage (JP ES) under the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA) will present the
The roadmap provides a comprehensive overview of the energy storage technologies being developed in Europe today and identifies the RD&D needs in the coming decades. On this basis, the roadmap provides recommendations for R&D policies and regulatory changes needed to support the development and large-scale deployment of energy storage technologies. The aim is to inform policymakers for research, innovation, and demonstration in the energy storage sector in order to further strengthen Europe’s research and industrial competitiveness in the energy storage industry.
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When: 4.30pm to 6pm
Where: Martin’s Brussels EU – Boulevard Charlemagne 80, Brussels (BE)
‚EERA/ON-SITE project‘ Workshop on Hybrid Energy and Energy Storage Systems
21-22 September 2017, Rome (IT)
The EERA/ON-SITE project workshop on Hybrid Energy and Energy Storage Systems took place at Ericsson in Rome on September 21-22, 2017 following the first workshop in San Sebastian in March 2017. The main objective of the workshop was to stimulate an in-depth discussion on the use of different energy and energy storage technologies in combination. The workshop was organised in four sessions that were introduced by an expert followed by a discussion. Moreover, interesting results from Ericsson and the main results from the ON-SITE project were shown.
The workshop was jointly organized by EERA JP Energy Storage and ON-SITE project gathering close to 50 participants. In addition, the EERA JP Fuel Cells & Hydrogen and Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking also contributed to the presentations and the discussion. A report summarizing the main conclusions is under preparation. [Photo Gallery]
When: 21 September from 9am to 5:30pm and 22 September from 9am to 1pm
Where: Ericsson – Rome (IT)
EERA Workshop on Hybrid Energy and Energy Storage Systems
22 March 2017, San Sebastian (ES)
The EERA workshop on Hybrid Energy and Energy Storage Systems took place in San Sebastian on March 22, 2017. The aim of the workshop was to learn about and discuss research questions for the use of different storage technologies in combination, how they can fit together, and how can they be integrated in the grid and their use and need of smart grids to enhance performance. Moreover, the goal was to make information on existing hybrid systems available and point out research needs for hybrid energy and energy storage systems and their integration in a smart grid. A report sumarizing the outcome of the workshop is under preparation.
The workshop was organized by the EERA JP on Energy Storage and gathered 34 participants (research and industry) from 10 different countries. A following workshop on this topic is foreseen in Autumn 2017. Further details on date and venue will be announced soon.
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- EERA_JPES_Hybrid Energy Workshop – Report
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When: 9am to 4pm
Where: IK4-CIDETEC – San Sebastian (ES)
EASE-EERA Technology Development Roadmap Stakeholder Workshop
15 March 2017, Brussels (BE)
After the public consultation of the updated EASE-EERA Energy Storage Technology Development Roadmap a stakeholder workshop will take place in Brussels on the 15th of March. We are pleased to have received 30 responses to the public consultation, containing valuable inputs from a wide range of stakeholders.
The document containing the public consultation inputs is now available here.
The comments received during the consultation have been compiled into one document to keep them anonymous. The comments received on Chapter 7 – Market Design and Policy Recommendations – are not included in this roadmap draft. Rather, they will be discussed during the consultation workshop.
The draft agenda for the consultation workshop on 15.03.2017 is also available here.
Each session of the workshop will focus on one chapter or subchapter of the roadmap. The presenters will provide a high-level summary of the chapter and of the comments received during the consultation.
Stakeholders will have the opportunity to discuss any significant changes proposed during the consultation and to provide additional feedback. The workshop will end with a brainstorming on how to implement the roadmap recommendations.
After the workshop, EASE and the EERA will deliberate and agree on the final version of the roadmap, taking into account the feedback collected during the consultation and workshop.
Who: energy storage stakeholders
When: 10am to 4pm
Where: Spanish National Research Council (Room III), Rue due Trône 62, Brussels
EERA JP ES – Battery Expert Workshop
19 October 2016, Brussels (BE)
The EERA workshop on opportunities and challenges of batteries for energy storage in the EU took place in Brussels on October 19, 2016. The main objective of the workshop was to stimulate an in-depth discussion on status and challenges of batteries for energy storage in relation to research, industrial, socio-economic and consumer aspects and to policy initiatives at European level, particularly (but not limited to) the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan). The workshop gathered 27 participants from research, industry, consumer associations and the European Commission, with representatives of four Directorate Generals. It was led and facilitated by the EERA Joint Programme (JP) on Energy Storage. The JP AMPEA, JP Smart Grids, JP Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts (E3S) and JP Fuel Cells & Hydrogen also contributed to the presentations and the discussion.
Who: Joint Research Center, DG Energy, DG Research & Innovation and DG Environment, JP ES, JP AMPEA, JP SG, JP E3S, JP FC&H
When: 10am to 3:30pm
Where: KOWI Brussels Office
Where: ENEA Brussels Office
Energy Storage Stakeholder Meeting
09 November 2015, Brussels (BE)
The Energy Storage Stakeholder Meeting took place in Brussels on November 09, 2015. The purpose of the meeting was to define joint activities from research to industry in the field of energy storage. Following the ideas of the “Joint EASE/EERA recommendations for a European energy storage technology development roadmap towards 2030”, major challenges on technologies, regulations as well as standardization were addressed. The goal was to define aligned actions for strengthening the cooperation. Furthermore, present Horizont 2020 calls for possible joint actions were introduced and discussed. The workshop gathered 16 participants from research, industry, and the European Commission. It was led and facilitated by the EERA Joint Programme (JP) on Energy Storage.
Who: DG Energy, JP ES
When: 10am to 12:30pm
Where: KOWI Brussels Office