Agenda

Day 1 - Tuesday, October 9, 2018

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10.00 am Opening

Andr├ę Thess and Thomas Wetzel

10.15 am

Greeting Words

Thomas Ertl. University of Stuttgart, Germany

Joachim Knebel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

 

 

 

 

10.45 am -Keynote Lecture-

The Brayton Battery

Robert B. Laughlin, Stanford University

11.30 am Coffee Break

 

12.00 am A Proposal for an Energy Storage Research Infrastructure

Andr├ę Thess, DLR and University of Stuttgart

12.45 pm Lunch

 

02.00 pm Japanese 5-Year Program of Carnot Battery and Wind-powered Thermal Energy Storage

Toru Okazaki, Institute of Applied Energy, Tokyo

02.30 pm Low Temperature Power-Heat-Power Application with Additional Cooling Purpose

Henner Kerskes, University of Stuttgart

02.50 pm High Temperature Pumped Thermal Energy Storage Based on Rankine Cycles

Dan Bauer, DLR Stuttgart

03.30 pm Coffee Break

 

04.00 pm Liquid Metal Technology for High Temperature Heat Transport and Storage

Thomas Wetzel, KIT Karlsruhe

04.20 pm
PHES Reduction to Practice - From Powerpoint to Powerplant

Sebastian Freund, Google X, Moutain View

04.40 pm Recent Progress Toward a Grid-scale Demonstration of Pumped Heat Energy Storage

Andrew Smallbone, University of Newcastle

05.00 pm ETES ÔÇô Three Applications for Future Power System Design

Till Barmeier, Siemens Gamesa, Zamudio

07.00 pm Dinner in an Energy Research Hall

Dinner Speech by Andreas Hauer, ZAE Garching

Day 2 - Wednesday, October 10, 2018 

09.00 am Welcome

 

09.15 am Integrated Thermal Energy Conversion and Storage

Yulong Ding, University of Birmingham

09.45 am Compressed Heat Energy Storage for Energy From Renewable Sources

Eduardo Zabala, Corporaci├│n Tecnol├│gica Tecnalia Bilbao

10.15 am
Carnot Batteries for the Decarbonization of Coal Fired Power Plants using high temperature thermal storage technologies from solar power plants

Michael Geyer, Abengoa, Spain

10.45 am Coffeebreak

 

11.00 am Simultaneous Optimization of Working Fluid and Process Conditions in Power Cycles

Joachim Gross, University of Stuttgart

11.30 am Closing Remarks

Thomas Wetzel and Andr├ę Thess