EVENTS: Thermal and Electrical Energy Storage Workshop

 21 October 2014

The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn about:  

  • The latest development in Energy Storage from Germany and Denmark
  • New frameworks for integrating energy storage in buildings, communities & regions
  • Hear from leading experts on a range of new commercial and experimental products

 

Listen to European Experts for a new view:

http://icarb.org/energy-workshop/speakers/

  • Professor Henrik Lund, Aalborg University, Denmark.
  • Prof. Dr. Klaus Vajen, Kassel University, Germany.
  • Dr. Ebbe Münster, PlanEnergi, Denmark.
  • Professor Marco Masoero, Politecnico di Torino.

 

And take part in Expert-led workshops on storage in: 

  • Thermal Storage Systems for Buildings and Communities.
  • Energy storage media: Phase Change Materials, oils, chemicals, solids and Thermal Mass
  • Grid level energy storage for electricity and transport
  • Energy Storage and Conversions with Hydrogen & Fuel Cells
  • Control systems for optimising micro-grids and thermal systems
  • Charging ahead with battery technology.

Programme:  http://icarb.org/energy-workshop/

Register:  http://icarb.org/energy-workshop/energy-storage-register/

Established jointly by three universities — Napier, Heriot-Watt and Edinburgh —  the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation is where academics, policy-makers and businesses are invited to share their knowledge with the aim of fostering Scotland’s green economy. 

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