energy storage

For energy policy makers, business leaders, technology experts and academics, the International energy Agency's Energy Technology Perspectives 2014 (ETP 2014) is a must-have to be able to make informed decisions about future energy technology strategies. This publication - which will now appear annually and focus on specific themes - presents new scenarios, critically dissects technical innovations and looks at which mix of technologies may help policy makers achieve their low-carbon goals.
Post date: 5 Feb 2014
Type: News

From the initial development of MESS technologies, apparently disconnected among themselves, the varied progress achieved step by step during this period has led to the conviction of being able to attain a more global vision based on smart management of energy fluxes for the reduction of the carbon footprint and the enhancement of energy efficiency.
Post date: 2 Apr 2013
Type: News

At present the ECES IA contains 26 different Annexes of which fourteen, Annex 1-14 and Annex 17-20 , have been terminated.Today there are five active annexes:Annex 21 Thermal Response Test for Underground Thermal Energy StoragesAnnex 23 Applying Energy Storage in Ultra-low Energy BuildingsAnnex 24 Material Development for Improved Thermal Energy Storage SystemsAnnex 25 Surplus Heat Management Using Advanced Thermal Energy StorageAnnex 26 Electrical Energy Storage – Future Energy Storage Demand
Post date: 19 Nov 2012
Type: Link

Energy storage, decentralised energy generation and smart grids are multi-faceted subjects offering a great deal of scope for research. To anyone who starts working in the field it soon becomes even clearer. It is not surprising that there are professors specialising in smart grids. The term ‘smart grid’ is sometimes considered to be a buzz-word or a hyped-up subject. It is an umbrella term for something that is difficult to define and as with every innovation or transition there is a lot involved.
Post date: 6 Nov 2012
Type: Publication

UPDATE 13 03 2013:  This publication has been transferred to a new url link as the SecRHC-Platform EU Project developed a new website.You can see the relevant BUILD UP publication item here with the new url link.
Post date: 19 Jul 2011
Type: Publication