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    June 9 – 11, 2021 Ljubljana, Slovenia

    ENERSTOCK 2021

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    Please note that The conference will be held online.


    DEADLINES

    Online abstract submission & registration opens
      
    February 22, 2020

    Submission of abstracts (CLOSED)
    November 30, 2020 

    Acceptance notification
    February 22, 2021 

    Recent research reports (RRR)
    (only poster presentation)
    January 20, 2021

    Early Registration
    March 25, 2021

    MAIN CONFERENCE TOPICS

    Section Main Topics
    TES Energy storage Materials & Applications
    EES Energy storage Materials & Applications
    System & Integration aspects Integration, controls, cross-cutting aspects, etc
    Climate & Policy Society, policy and regulations
      • Material developments: new or advanced materials, synthesis, characterization, testing for sensible heat storage (water, sand, underground…), latent heat storage and thermochemical heat storage

      • Applications: residential, commercial, industrial use, low, medium, high temperature, heating, cooling, dehumidification, district heating, CHP, heat pumps, chillers, renewable energy
      • Material development: (new or advanced materials, synthesis, characterization, testing) for mechanical storage (pumped hydro, compressed gas…), classic battery, flow battery, fuel cell, hybrid supercapacitors, capacitors, superconductive magnetic energy storage

      • Applications: residential, commercial, industrial use, e-mobility, electricity, electrolysis, grids, water splitting, PV
      • New and advanced materials: synthesis, characterization, testing for gas storage (hydrogen, methane, CO2), liquid storage (methanol, ethanol…)

      • Applications: power to gas, power to liquid, power to heat
      • Systems: system developments, components development, system integration, testing, optimization, engineering, control, safety, TES systems, battery, fuel cell systems, off—grid/grids systems, LCA, numerical and modelling aspects.
      • Climate and Policy: economy, management, regulatory aspects, market models, climate change

    Organized by

    • University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
    • National Institute of Chemistry, Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Technology

    Local Organising Committee

    University of Ljubljana-Faculty of Mechanical Engineering:
    • Urška Mlakar
    • Eva Zavrl
    • Uroš Stritih
    National Institute of Chemistry:
    • Marjana A. Gantar
    • Alenka Ristić