Reducing the need for energy storage - Aalto breakfast
Renewable energy is growing and the same time for need to energy storage is increasing. In this event we look in to how to reduce the growing storage and its implications.
Let’s make Finland a forerunner in energy storage technologies!
Aalto's researchers have come together to solve the energy storage challenge that comes with renewable energy and in this occasion focus is how to reduce the need for energy storage. Reductions could be harnessed from demand side management where development of smart grids and electrification of transportation enable new possibilities. We also look at implications of large scale energy storage on the energy system. Get a wide perspective on the forefront of the research and join us to envision the future. This event is the last part in a series of three breakfast seminars on energy storage futures.
Register here. Registration closes 25.5.
Program 'Reducing the need for energy storage'
8.15 Breakfast is served
8.30 Virtual Power Plants (Janne Happonen / Fortum)
Sustainable Northern Energy System (Sanna Syri)
9.00 Pitch presentations
- Demand side flexibility in Northern Europe (Peter Lund)
- Energy use in mobile machines (Kari Tammi)
- Smart grids and flexibility options (Matti Lehtonen)
- Market impacts of large-scale energy storage (Vilma Virasjoki)
For more information, contact Kati Miettunen (email@example.com)