UK Energy Storage 2018 (UKES2018)
Tuesday 20th March - Thursday 22nd March
Energy Storage in Integrated Systems
Urban Sciences Building, Newcastle University
Energy Storage Systems have the potential to assist with the rapid decarbonisation of energy systems worldwide. Although the benefits are proven from a strategic point of view, current adoption is lagging expectations due to cost, performance, and regulatory barriers: a radical new integrated approach is required to make step changes in cost and to achieve performance breakthroughs. An approach that is systems driven, from inception to validation, taking into account the constraints imposed by multiple applications and energy storage technologies.
Considering the vital role of Storage in integrated energy systems, Newcastle University, the Centre for Energy Systems Integration will be hosting the fourth UK Energy Storage Research Conference (UKES2018). The conference endeavours to bring together researchers from academia, industry, and policy makers across the whole field of energy storage research development and demonstration (from fundamental material science, power electronics and control systems to the grid), providing an inclusive platform for dissemination and collaboration through presentations, expert talks, and poster sessions to inspire future research.
Further information will be sent out in due course, along with registration details.
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