SAVE THE DATE for our first ECR event/funding at the University of Birmingham on 24th March 2020! Don’t miss it if you want to play a significant role to the creation of the ECRs forum, as well as, access to flexible funding and travel grants.
The 1st call for flexible funding will be lanched during the ECR event.
Our vision is an environment where Early Career Researchers (ECRs) feel nurtured and positioned to advance their careers. We will create an ECR forum to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration, problem solving, and learning among peers who are engaged in energy storage research and related areas. Access to flexible funding, a mentoring programme, workshops, seminars, and other events, will be part of the ECR forum to facilitate knowledge exchange, identify research gaps, and support career development. Please register here.
The Supergen Energy Storage Network+ has secured £1M in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council and has a core partnership of 19 investigators from 12 UK institutions, all focused on the wider advancement, exchange and dissemination of energy storage expertise. The Supergen Network+ will generate outputs and activities to advance energy storage research and deployment by convening stakeholders across the whole energy community.