In the concluding chapter of the World Energy Council’s World Energy Resources 2016 report, DNV GL asserts that energy storage is playing an increasingly crucial role in the transformation to a cleaner, smarter, safer energy future worldwide.
The chapter examines technical, financial, environmental and regulatory aspects of a variety of energy storage technologies including lithium-ion and flow batteries. It looks into the impact of increase of battery storage, and battery capacity in electric vehicles.
You can find out more here. For a free download of the report, please fill out the form.
Within the Parker project, DTU is leading the testing of the Vehicle to Grid technology, which will enable electric cars to supply power to the grid. The technology has the potential to transform the electric car into an alternative power source that can support the grid with power as well as provide several services of a more technical nature.
For more information, please see the original press release.
You can find an overview of the testing and consulting facilities of DTU here.
On 22 September, 2016, Campus EnergyVille was inaugurated in the presence of the mayor of the City of Genk Wim Dries, European Commissioner for the Energy Union Maroš Šefčovič, Federal Minister Marie Christine Marghem and Flemish Minister Bart Tommelein.
In EnergyVille, the facilities KU Leuven, VITO, imec and UHasselt combine their research in the field of sustainable energy. Supported by local and international partners, EnergyVille will contribute to the energy transition.
For more details, please view the original press release.
You can find an overview of the testing and consulting facilities of EnergyVille, VITO, and KU Leuven here,
VITO, the prime research and technology organisation on clean technology and sustainable development in Belgium, announced the launch of a Global Science, Technology, and Innovation Conference (G-STIC) series.
The conference aims to bring the best international minds together to discuss new key technologies that can lead the world on a more sustainable economic and industrial development course. By bringing policy makers to the global conferences, VITO will make this know-how available for global policy setting.
Hosted by a consortium of institutes, the first conference in the G-STIC series will be held in Brussels on 6-8 November, 2017.
For further details, please see the original press relase.
The University of Manchester is pioneering the energy systems of the future. The expertise of over 600 academics and researchers is enhancing the efficiency and viability of sustainable energy sources such as solar, wind, tidal and bioenergy.
From the video you will learn more about the global energy challenges the University of Manchester is tackling, the solutions Manchester Energy is delivering and why Manchester is leading the world in energy research.
You can find an overview of all DERlab members’ testing and consulting services here
The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has recently been ranked as number two in the world and number one among the European universities in the category Energy Science and Engineering on the Academic Ranking of World Universities 2016 from Shanghai Jiao University.
You can find an overview of DTU‘s testing and consulting services here.
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