The 12th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES2018) aims to promote a cohesive overview of storage technologies that can enable the complete transition to a decentralised renewable energy system. IRES 2018 will take place in Dusseldorf (DE) on 13-15 March, 2018.
Authors are invited to submit research and projects abstracts for IRES 2018.
The following topics can be addressed for parallel sessions (“oral presentations”) or the poster exhibition (“poster presentation”):
- Technologies, systems, plants and scenarios
- Politics, policies, laws, finances and markets
- Smart Environments
- Global Approaches – Renewable energy storage research in your country
- Energy storage in emerging countries
- Municipal energy supply systems
Abstract submission deadline: 15 September, 2017
All abstract submissions must be made via IRES’ online abstract submission system. The registration fee for oral or poster presenters includes access to all parts of the conference and exhibition.
For detailed information on the call for abstracts, including details on topics, abstract format, and selection process, please click here.
FLEXCON 2017 is a new international conference aiming to accelerate the renewable energy transition by enabling co-creation, development and discovery of flexible energy technologies. It will take place in Amsterdam (NL) on 20-21 November, 2017.
The conference programme includes hands-on development and coding sessions on flexible technologies, in-depth knowledge workshops for energy professionals and entrepreneurs, as well as business tracks on strategy, vision, regulations, policy, markets etc. The venue will showcase the Flexible Energy Lab hosting a wide range of smart energy technologies and services such as smart home devices, electric vehicles, batteries, solar panels, smart meters, and API’s. With this, international teams of hands-on developers and business designers will create new smart energy services and business models related to topics like smart grids, blockchain, energy market simulations, Automated Demand Response, near-realtime forecasting etc.
FLEXCON provides you the unique opportunity to display your technology or solution in form of a workshop or exposition stand.
For more information please visit the conference website.
Power Europe 2017 is the leading industry forum for navigating the evolution and transformation of the entire power-industry value chain. The event focuses on strategic regulatory, financial and technological aspects of the anticipated trajectory and development of the European power industry towards its carbon free objective by 2050.
It will take place in Vienna (AT) on 27-29 November, 2017.
Power Europe 2017 is composed of the following main events representing the up and down-stream value chain of the European electricity sector:
- European Power Distribution & Retail Systems Summit (EPD)
European and global DSO and TSO operators and experts will discuss the development of the next generation of smart distribution and retail systems show-casing key projects being planned and implemented.
- European Power Generation Strategy Summit (EPG)
The focus of EPG will be on market, regulatory, fuel supply, technological and financial risks posed to power generators to provide a strategic guide for portfolio future-planning for the power generation sector.
The 3-day co-located events include an interactive programme of keynote and specialist themed sessions, panel discussions, private round table discussions, exhibition and informal networking dinners, luncheons and coffee breaks. The programme will be complemented by the Power Project Financing & New Power Technologies Forum.
ERIGrid Consultation with Energy Professionals and Manufacturers at European Utility Week in Amsterdam (NL) on 5 October, 2017
On 5 October at 13:00 CET ERIGrid will hold an open consultation at the European Utility Week 2017, with the aim to obtain feedback on the performed activities from manufacturers and energy professionals.
The side-event will specifically look into two topics:
- Holistic system validation procedure: Presentation and interactive discussion of the developed holistic system integration and validation procedure in ERIGrid project
- Co-Simulation and integrated laboratory based assessment methods: Presentation and interactive discussion of project results on development and enhancement of simulation tools and methodologies
The India Smart Grid Week (ISGW) 2018, the international conference and exhibition on smart grids and smart cities, will take place in New Delhi (IN) on 5-9 March, 2018.
ISGW 2018 will bring together India’s leading electricity utilities, policy makers, regulators, investors and world’s top-notch smart grid experts and researchers to discuss trends, share best practices and showcase next generation technologies and products in smart grid and smart cities domain. ISGW 2018 will include plenaries, technical sessions, interactive workshops, panels, keynotes, master classes, as well as technical & cultural tours.
ISGW 2018 is now announcing a Call for Technical Papers.
Possible topics are:
- Electric Mobility
- Smart Grids for Smart Cities
- Foundational Blocks for Smart Grids
- Technology Trends
- Disruptive Innovations for Utilities
- Regulations for Smart Grids
- 250 Million Smart Meters in India – Rollout Strategies and Timeline
- Socio-Economic Aspects
- Towards 100% Renewables
- Power Markets and Smart Grids
- Smart Water – Solutions for Water Production, Transmission and Distribution Networks
- Smart City Gas – Solutions for Gas Transmission and Distribution Networks
Submissions are possible until 31 August, 2017.
Please click here for further information on the call for papers or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To find out more about India Smart Grid Week 2018, check out the brochure.
The European Technology & Innovation Platform for Smart Networks for Energy Transition (ETIP SNET) brings together a multitude of stakeholders and experts from the energy sector with the objective to guide Research, Development & Innovation to support Europe’s energy transition.
For the Implementation Plan 2017-2020, ETIP SNET encourages feedback from all stakeholders involved in the transition of the energy system in Europe, so as to ensure that forthcoming RD&I priorities are funded according to the sectors needs in the coming years. Consultations are possible until 10 August, 2017.
The draft IP 2017-2020 aims at listing the short-term priorities for research and innovation (R&I) in relation with Smart Networks for the Energy Transition. It is based upon the ETIP SNET R&I Roadmap 2017-2026 which specifies the long-term R&I activities for the evolution of the European energy system. All feedback will be reviewed before publication of the final IP in September this year.
For more information on how to participate, please click here.
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