ESN Longer Duration Energy Storage Semianr Thursday 4th May

25 April 2017

The recent significant interest in electricity storage has caused a step change in the deployment of storage projects, both in the UK and overseas.  Many developers have concentrated on a single application, with limited storage capacity. As our energy systems develop, other applications such as balancing variable production from renewable energy and overcoming network constraints may become critical in the years up to 2020 and beyond.   The Electricity Storage Network is holding a seminar  on 4 May 2017 to  address the implications and benefits for the storage and the energy industries of the use of longer duration energy storage.  

This seminar, with presentations, panel sessions, and active audience discussion, will consider:

  • The volumes and timescales over which long-duration storage may be needed
  • Current regulatory and market arrangements for deployment of long-duration storage and the barriers to this
  • Prospects for the future regulatory and market landscape

Speakers include:

  • Highview Power
  • AES
  • Imperial College - Goran
  • Origami
  • UKPN

BEAMA members will receive a £25 discount.  (Original ticket cost £225.00 + VAT).  

Registration can be made through our website