Long-duration energy storage has an important role to play in the decarbonisation of the energy sector, especially if we wish to reach the Green Deal and RePowerEU goals.
The rising share of renewables in the power mix brings with it new challenges, not least of these are the structural strains on existing power-generation, transmission, and distribution infrastructure.
Hosted by Smart Energy International and Power Engineering International in collaboration with The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE), experts address:
- Technologies such as pumped hydro, redox flow batteries, metal-air batteries and mechanical storage technologies with a special focus on thermal energy storage.
- Solutions to supply and demand or changes in transmission flow patterns
Moderator: Patrick Clerens, Secretary General, EASE
Lidia Aviles, Founder, AELSTONE
Lorena Skiljan, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Nobilegroup
Bjarke Buchbjerg, Chief Technology Officer, Kyoto Group AS
Dr. Robert Pfab, Chief Operating Officer, Carbon-Clean Technologies GmbH