28 February 2023
SCI’s Energy Group in collaboration with the Hydrogen Economy Innovation Network and the Cross-Sector Battery Systems Innovation Network
SCI, London, UK
This workshop will discuss the role energy storage will need to play within the future energy grid, as it becomes increasingly fed by intermittent renewables and as the need for grid balancing increases.
We will consider various energy storage technologies, storage timescales (up to, and including, seasonal energy storage), integration challenges etc, and will be considering energy storage through a number of lenses, including:
We would like to identify the key topics of interest, opportunity and concern within the energy storage community, with a view to holding deeper dives into key topics during subsequent workshops.
This event will be of interest to any stakeholders looking to share and/or develop their subject knowledge on energy storage. This includes but is not limited to network operators, technology developers/ manufacturers, innovators, policy makers, regulators, and academics.
This workshop is available by invitation with limited places available to other interested parties. If you have not received an invite but would like to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, organisation and job role.
14/15 Belgrave Square
Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1561
This is a free event.
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About the Hydrogen Economy Innovation Network
The Hydrogen Economy Innovation Network (formerly SIG) is creating a non-competitive advisory group to pool knowledge from existing hydrogen communities to validate views on the current challenges to enabling low-carbon hydrogen production at scale and cost.
About the Battery Systems Innovation Network
Co-funded by KTN and the Faraday Battery Challenge, the Cross-Sector Battery Systems (CSBS) Innovation Network aims to create an open and collaborative cross-sectoral community for researchers and innovators in battery manufacturing (including next-generation batteries), the related supply chain and end-users.
Alex Bowles, SCI/ Imperial College
Andy Walker, SCI/ Johnson Matthey
Brian Allin, SCI
Daven Chamberlain, SCI
John Hudson, SCI/ ReD Group, Swansea University
Maryam Bayati, SCI/ Northumberland University
Nikoleta Piperidou, KTN
Patrick Kitt, SCI/ FES Process Optimisation Ltd.
Peter Reineck, SCI/ FES Process Optimisation Ltd.
Reace Edwards, SCI/ Energy Systems Catapult
Terence Liu, SCI/ Northumberland University
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