FROM THE LAB TO THE MARKET
Heat and Electricity Storage 5th Symposium of the SCCER & 33rd PSI Electrochemistry Symposium
More and more electricity is being generated by wind and solar. A great step forward towards achieving Energy Strategy 2050 goals. Nevertheless, to transform this vision to reality, a second step, the large-scale energy storage has to be taken and new services and products, associated with new or changed industrial players will find their place in the future. In light of this context, Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research (SCCER) and Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI), in partnership with PARK INNOVAARE, invite all the actors to join the 5th heat and energy storage symposium and 33rd PSI Electrochemistry Symposium.
The Heat and Energy Storage 5th Symposium of the SCCER covers the topic on energy storage in the context of start-ups and new business cases. We offer six invited talks from speakers with industrial and academic background on the topics of:
- Start-ups, developing innovative materials and technologies for renewable energies (Climeworks AG / novoMOV AG)
- Hydrogen from the perspective of an energy producer and service provider (Energiedienst)
- Batteries, a tight but growing market and the technological challenges (Leclanché SA / Bühler Group)
- Heat storage for room climatisation (Fafco Inc. / Hochschule Luzern)
- Start-up promotion (CTI/ PARK INNOVAARE)
At the 33rd PSI Electrochemistry Symposium that will take place next day (May 10), electrochemical based solutions for challenges related to energy storage will be discussed in the context of transferring of innovative ideas to the market. More information on the speakers and program here.
The participation at Heat and Electricity Storage 5th Symposium of the SCCER is free of charge, but the registration is mandatory until May 1, 2017.
The fee for the participation at 33rd PSI Electrochemistry Symposium is CHF 50.00 for students and CHF 100.00 for regular participants. Registration is mandatory till May 1, 2017.
MSc. Guillaume Jung, Senior Project Manager Innovation & Funding
Guillaume Jung will present on PARK INNOVAARE's activities for start-ups, SMEs and big companies willing to establish a connection to the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) and to become a part of a fast-growing innovation ecosystem.