Opening of the AIT Battery Research Pilot Line & Symposium on batteries
18. July 2019, 10:00
AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
The Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) announces the opening of the battery research pilot line at AIT Austrian Institute of Technology.
The dry room together with the battery research pilot line enables industry-oriented prototyping and small-scale production of stacked pouch cells.
Prior to the opening ceremony the AIT organizes a symposium on batteries with experts from RTOs, universities, and industry.
Currently, the AIT drafting the final programme:
The symposium will take place from 10:00 – 14:30, the opening and the demonstration of the battery research pilot line will begin at 15:00.
Please save the date and confirm your participation via e-mail.
ENERGY-X Workshop – Research needs towards sustainable production of fuels and chemicals
1. – 3. July 2019
A European Common Research Agenda for Alternative renewable fuels, Energy storage and Sector coupling
28. June 2019
The workshop of the ECRIA projects AMBITION and BALANCE aims to advocate the potential of reversible solid oxide cells and biofuel production through an aligned approach to the energy transition. It targets decision-makers in technology development strategy, industrial stakeholders and the knowledge community engaged in the innovation of Europe’s core energy and mobility infrastructures.
Further information and registration.
First Stakeholder Meeting and Kick-Off of BatteRIes Europe – the Battery European technology and innovation platform
25. June 2019
The European Technology & Innovation Platform (ETIP) on batteries, named BatteRIes Europe, is one of the actions of the Strategic Action Plan on Batteries, adopted by the European Commission in May 2018. It will move forward the work on batteries developed under the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan Action 7) and the Strategic Transport Research and Innovation Agenda (STRIA).
We want you to be part of BatteRIes Europe and hereby cordially invite you to the first stakeholder meeting in Brussels on the 25th of June from 10:00-16:00 aiming at establishing the overall structure of the ETIP for the coming three years.
International Conference on Materials and Advanced Technologies -ICMAT- 2019
23. – 28. June 2019
Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Materials science and engineering research community: 45 technical symposia, 10 plenary lectures and several theme, keynote, invited, oral and poster presentations with the expected participation of 3,500 delegates internationally.
EU Sustainable Energy Week
18. – 20. June 2019
At the EUSEW, EERA will co-organise a session on energy storage and contribute as a speaker to a second session:
Sustainable finance for innovation and energy efficiency
Tuesday, 18 June, 14-15:30
Energy storage to boost EU decarbonisation and competitiveness
Thursday, 20 June, 11-12:30
Further information on the EUSEW.
ETIP SNET Workshop
19. June 2019
The workshop will discuss in an interactive format the ETIP SNET Roadmap with regard to the upcoming ETIP SNET Implementation Plan. Subscribe to the ETIP SNET newsletter to be informed as soon as registration is open.
3rd Workshop Energy Lab 2.0 meets Neo‐Carbon Energy – “Applications and challenges in Power‐to‐X‐Systems”
17. – 19. June 2019
SUNRISE Stakeholder Workshop
17. – 18. June 2019
The SUNRISE project will give an insight into the project, present the current state of its work and open manifold opportunities to contribute to the definition of a future large-scale research initiative in the field of solar energy conversion into fuels and commodity chemicals.
Further information. Please register before the 3rd of June.
EASE – Energy Storage in the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package Workshop
21. – 22. May 2019
The Energy Storage in the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package Workshop offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers, and policymakers to delve into the storage-related aspects of the package and debate the practical implications for the energy storage sector.
A diverse group of speakers will share their expertise, presenting innovative energy storage projects, tips to future-proof the energy storage business case and adapt to the new policy framework, and insights on the future services and revenue streams for storage that can be expected to emerge across Europe. Speakers and participants will also zero in on the practical implementation of the provisions on ownership by TSOs and DSOs, grid fees and taxes for storage, and other questions related to the implementation of the Clean Energy package.
Participants will also have the possibility to develop new synergies and expand their networks during the opening dinner taking place on 21 May 2019.
The Energy Storage in the Clean Energy for All Europeans Package Workshop is organised by the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE).
ETIP SNET – European and International Stakeholders Workshop
14 March 2019
This workshop covers four main objectives
- To gather the experts and stakeholders of the energy systems to discuss about the achievements and challenges of the integration of the electricity networks with other energy carriers (gas, heating, cooling, water, transport etc.), to enhance the synergies in view of an overall optimisation and an acceleration of the decarbonisation process.
- To initiate a constructive debate between the industrial actors, the research community and the public authorities to identify (and possibly agree on) strategic priorities at the light of the work already in progress within the different initiatives.
- To give insightful inspiration to all initiatives involved, with regard to the directions to be taken to accelerate the clean energy transition through integration, circularity, digitalisation and decentralisation, as put forward in the ETIP SNET Vision 2050. It will highlight collaboration needs among stakeholders and contribute to construct the sectors Roadmaps.
- Present ETIP SNET new report “Synergies and complementarities of European and International Initiatives towards Energy Transition” on this occasion.
The ETIP SNET has issued the document “Vision 2050 – Integrating Smart Networks for the Energy Transition: Serving Society and Protecting the Environment”, which considers the long term development towards a full decarbonisation of the energy system in 2050 by digitalization and coupling of all energy carriers. This vision will be the common background around which to develop the workshop discussions.
The players of these high level talks are the European technologies and Innovation Platforms (ETIPs) of the SET Plan as well as PPPs, with particular reference to those that deal with more closely to the integration (e.g. SNET, RHC, SCC, Biofuels, PV, Wind, Ocean energy, DHC, Geothermal, H2 etc.) as well as innovation initiatives at European level (Set Plan IWGs, PPPs, EERA, ERANet etc.) and international institutions and initiatives (IEA, Mission Innovation).
INSHIP ECRIA: a European common RTD strategy for the support of Solar Heat for Industial Purposes (SHIP)
21 February 2019
INSHIP aims at the definition of a European Common Research and Innovation Agenda (ECRIA) engaging major European research institutes, with relevant and recognized activities on Solar Heat to Industrial Processes into an integrated structure.
After the first two years of the Project, relevant reports are now available on the following topics:
- A common European strategy for Research and Technology Development on Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (Deliverable 7.3)
- Analysis of needed national and regional innovation strategies on SHIP (Deliverable 8.1)
This main goal of this workshop is to present to research, policy and industry stakeholders the main results achieved so far and the recommendations outlined by the INSHIP consortium.
You can register until 06 February 2019.
The Future of Batteries – Workshop
29 October 2018
This workshop prepares a Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagship initiative on future battery technologies. The workshop is part of the INDTECH 2018 pre-conference programme that will be held in Vienna on 29 October at the Messe Wien Exhibition and Congress Center. The workshop was organised by the Battery 2030+ initiative with the support of the European Commission. Battery 2030+ is a long-term FET Flagship initiative on the future of battery technology, ultra-high performance and smart and sustainable batteries with major contribution by members of EERA JP ES – Subprogramme 1 (Edel Sheridan/SINTEF (NO), Maximilian Fichtner/KIT (DE), Tejs Vegge/DTU (DK), Silvia Bordoardo/POLITO (IT))
You can find the event report here.
06-07 December 2018
PRE-LEAP-RE is a project funded by the European Union and will prepare, with African and European partners, a joint programme for research in the area of renewable energy, LEAP-RE. It will set the foundation for future collaborative AU-EU activities in the field of renewable energy (RE). This project forms the basis for long-term AU-EU collaboration in RE and will contribute to a better understanding of the AU-EU ecosystem.
Battery Workforce, A Matching Event
05 December 2018 – Brussels (BE)
On 5 December InnoEnergy organizes a free matchmaking event in Brussels in order to match existing courses and trainings to the gaps identified by industry actors. As a course producer you can get in touch with the HR experts Learning & Development within the energy industry and tackle the skills gap firsthand. As an HR expert L&D you get the chance to influence the battery education offer directly in just one day.
You can find further information here.
Five day hands-on Training – Lithium Cell Pop-up Lab
3-7 December 2018 – Genk (BE)
Design, build and take home your own Li-Ion cell
If you’re involved in the product design, engineering, production or quality control of lithium cells for your applications, this hands-on training will be of tremendous interest to you. In just a single week, you will produce your own lithium cell prototype and fully understand the full process from raw material selection to battery interfacing.
A fully operational prototype production line is waiting for you. In the EnergyVille labs, you will witness the whole production process for real and be able to experience it for yourself. EnergyVille is the only facility in the Benelux offering ‘raw material-to-application’ battery design and production for educational and experimentation purposes.
By the end of the week, you will have experienced all the steps in the production process of a battery. This insider knowledge will help you to improve your current processes, select a battery supplier, design a new product or troubleshoot your application. You will understand the interaction between design and production and the influence of material design on the final application.
For further information and registration click here.
Energy Storage Global Conference 2018
24-26 October 2018 – Brussels (BE)
The Energy Storage Global Conference 2018, organised by EASE, offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers and policymakers to exchange views on key issues for the storage sector. Representatives from around the world will come together for three days to discuss the latest developments in energy storage technologies, regulatory and policy development and the future storage market.
This is your chance to attend the leading EU conference on energy storage and to exchange views on key issues for the storage sector with industry, researchers, national and international policymakers.
Autonomous Materials Development Platforms – Workshop
2 October 2018, Brussels (BE)
Workshop for stakeholders of the Flagship Proposal CLEAN ENERGY
When: 2 October 2018, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
Where: EERA AISBL office, Rue du Namur 72, Brussels
Battery and Energy Storage Devices Symposium
17-20 September 2018 – Warsaw (PL)
The European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) was established in 1983 through the initiative of individual European Material Scientists. The Int’l Symposium (Letter B) on Battery and energy storage devices will be held in Warsaw University of Technology, Poland during September 17-20, 2018 .
We cordially invite you to participate in this conference. Through this conference, you can present your latest research results and exchange experiences with other experts in the field of Battery and Energy Storage devices. Please submit your abstract through the www.european-mrs.com
Read more information here.
11st International Symposium on Electrochemical Impedance Analysis 2017
06 – 10 November 2017 – Camogli, Portofino Coast (IT)
The purpose of EIA11 is to provide a common platform for scientists and experts to share knowledge and ideas, to create a friendly environment for fruitful creative discussions on impedance data analysis, which is the crucial step in every electrochemical impedance spectroscopy investigation. Students and junior scientists are welcome and encouraged to participate.
Read more about here.
Course on Principles of Energy Storage
02 -06 October 2017, Madrid (ES)
CIEMAT will organize a course on “Principles of energy storage” on 5th -9th June 2017 in Madrid, Spain. The course aimed at professionals on the energy sector who want to learn about energy storage technologies, specially their practical and operation details.
Read more about here.
High Temperature Batteries for Stationary Energy Storage
19-20 September 2017 – Trondheim (NO)
Read more about here.
EPS-SIF International School on Energy 2017
21 – 26 July 2017 – VILLA MONASTERO – VARENNA, LAKE COMO (IT)
The primary goal of the School will be to present all physics fields with relevance for the technologies of energy production, conversion, transmission and savings, thus addressing today’s most relevant energy issues. The potential of the vatious technologies will be presented but also the need for more research and development to fully unfold them will be indicated. For this purpose, basic lectures and topical seminars will be presented by specialists in their field.
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Power Our Future 2017
02 July 2017, Vitoria-Gasteiz (ES)
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Zinc based batteries – Early Stage Researcher’s Seminar
23 June 2017, Ulm (DE)
Read more about here.
EUSEW- Sustainable Energy Week
19 – 25 June 2017, Brussels (BE)
The Policy Conference is the most important European conference dedicated to sustainable energy policy issues. Sessions organised by the European Commission and energy stakeholders debate new policy developments, best practices and sustainable energy ideas, while networking events forge alliances. Awards for outstanding projects begin the week.
Read more about here.