[12 June 2013] INGRID project at the EU Sustainable Energy Week 2013 on 26 June 2013
Description: The INGRID project will be represented at the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW 2013). Dr. Massimo Bertoncini, the Project Coordinator, will give a speech within the framework of the workshop “Storing renewable energy: is hydrogen a viable solution?”, organized by the HyUnder FP7 project . Such workshop which will take place on the next 26th June 2013 in Brussels, will cluster a group of four relevant projects (HyUnder, INGRID, MYRTE, GRHYD,, aimed at using hydrogen-based systems for energy storage both in the short term, for grid balancing, and in the long-term for system stability. You can register at the EUSEW web site
Date:26 June 2013
Location: Brussels (Belgium)
Renewable Energy World Europe Conference & Exhibition 2013
Description: The Renewable Energy World Europe Conference & Exhibition is one of the largest and most comprehensive events for the European electricity and power technology sector. The combination of conference and accompanying exhibition, the entire spectrum of energy generation is covered. At the first conference held in Austria the world's leading companies present the latest services and innovative technologies out of the different areas of renewable energy.
Target audience: Energy professionals, industry, policy makers and politicians
Date:04-06 Jun 2013
Location: Vienna (Austria)
"3rd International Conference on Energy Process Engineering"
Description: The 3rd International Conference on Energy Process Engineering: Transition to Renewable Energ Systems will be held June 03-06, 2013,in Frankfurt am Main/Germany.
The conference will provide delegates from research, the private sector and politics with unique focused information on the major technologies transforming our energy system to renewable energy. It is designed to cover all technically relevant routes in scientific and technological depth.
Each session starts with a invited review lecture followed by three presentations of latest research and application highlights, which are open for discussion. Further high quality research results will be presented on posters, which can be discussed with the authors during a poster session.
All manuscripts from academia and industry will be reviewed.
Target audience: Energy professionals
Date:03-06 Jun 2013
Location: Frankfurt Am Main (Germany)
SEE Solar – South-East European Solar PV & Thermal Exhibition
Description: For the 9 years of its existence the Eco Forum has established itself as the premier event covering the hot topics of energy eciency and all-renewable energies both in Bulgaria and SE Europe.
For the fast developing market in the Region it serves as the key annual show/conference and industry meeting place. It attracts increasing number of exhibitors, trade visitors from both private and public sectors, as well as conference attendees from 4 continents.
Through the years it has been continuously broadening its scope – launched initially as a EE and RE event, it enlarged its span, enriched its format with a lot of side-events and got more proled. As a result the 2013 edition will incorporate several concurrent events covering related topics with direct environmental impact.
Target audience: Energy professionals, industry, technicians
Date:29-31 May 2013
Location: Sofia (Bulgaria)
INGRID will be presented in Berkely CA during the conference e-Energy 2013
Description: The fourth International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy), aims to be the premier venue for researchers working in the broad areas of computing and communication for smart energy systems (including the smart grid), and in energy-efficient computing and communication systems. By bringing together researchers in a high-quality single-track conference with significant opportunities for individual and small-group interaction, it will serve as a major forum for presentations and discussions that will shape the future of this area.
Date:22-24 May 2013
Location: Berkeley (California)
RISØ workshop, international
Description: This workshop takes a closer look at the technologies potentially involved in the field of CO2 capture, electrolysis and hydrocarbon fuel production, with the aim of creating an overview of the state of the art as well as perspectives, challenges and limitations to the technology.
Target audience: Energy professionals, technicians
Date:09-11 Apr 2013
Location: Roskilde (Denmark)