Symposium 2019

INTELEC95 Energy Symposium 2019

Energy storage: indispensable for an energy transition
Ouwehands Dierenpark, Rhenen

Programme

This year we will focus on the way in which the energy transition determines and influences technological developments. Of course, we will zoom in on three fundamental areas of work: powerelectronics, energy storage and intelligent distribution networks. These fields, in turn, form the foundation on which the continuity of the energy supply is based. The theme of this symposium is:
Energy storage: indispensable for an energy transition
What new developments can we expect in the coming period? What challenges must be faced? How is industry anticipating the energy transition? The programme is full of interesting presentations by renowned speakers from science and industry. It promises to be another event worth participating in this year.

Presentations

Prof. Dr. Ad van Wijk, TU Delft Hydrogen, key in a sustainable, reliable and affordable future energy system Prof. Dr. Noshin Omar, Vrije Universiteit van Brussel Battery technologies for Telecommunication applications – Characteristics and challenges Nurhan Rizqy Averous, M.Sc. RWTH Aachen University CO2 Neutral Energy Supply Systems – Challenges and Opportunities Ing. Erik Schenkel, TenneT Energiemanagement en telecom Ir. Elisabeth van der Sman, NLR – Netherlands Aerospace Centre Waterstof als oplossing om de luchtvaart te verduurzamen? Rob Schellekens, H2-BV Waterstof toepassing in hybride maritiem aandrijfsysteem voor de binnenvaart. Marcon de Vrede, KPN Impact van de transitie op de infrastructuur van een telecommunicatiebedrijf Mark Coughlin, ENERSYS Advancement of Energy Storage Solutions for Demanding Environments, Roberto Vaccaro, FIAMM VRLA AGM battery developments for harsh environmental applications Dr.ir. Peter van Duijsen, CASPOC Terugkoppeling INTELEC 2018 Turijn Stefan Selig, Alpha-Passoni Earthquake-resistant battery racks Prof. Ian Bitterlin, Professor at the University of Leeds DC power for data centre facilities? Chris Gilliard, Northern Industrial Battery Services Ltd Safety Requirements for Safe Operation of Batteries – The Revised Standard, Dr.ir.ing. Sander Mertens, Lector Haagse Hogeschool Smart Multi Commodity Grids of netverzwaring? Francesca Grazian, TU Delft Wireless Power Transfer for Battery Charging Jonas Meyer, HOPPECKE Batterien GmbH & Co KG, Germany BESS Fire Protection – An overview on the current situation