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NEW! FLYER Agenda 2. International Workshop on Carnot Batteries

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TUESDAY, September 15, 2020
9:00 am* O P E N I N G
  André Thess, DLR, Germany
  Karsten Lemmer, DLR, Germany
9:20 am Introduction to the Workshop
  André Thess, DLR, Germany
10:00  am Sector Coupling the Essential Key to Decarbonization
  Raymond C. Decorvet, MAN Energy Solutions Schweiz AG, Switzerland
10:30 am StoreToPower - Pilot plant for the development of a heat storage power plant
  Arnold Witold, RWE Power AG, Germany
11:00 am The Low Tempeature (80-120 oC) Carnot Battery and its Potential for the Integrated Energy System
  Joachim Karthäuser, Climeon, Sweden
11:30 am C O F F E E  B R E A K
12:00 pm First Experimental Results of a Thermally Integrated Carnot Battery Using a Reversible Heat Pump / Organic Rankine Cycle
  Olivier Dumont, University of Liége, Belgium
12:30  pm Thermal Energy Storage for a Net (NearlyNet) Zero Carbon Energy Future
  Yulong Ding, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
1:00 pm L U N C H
2:00 pm BatMarines
  Andreas Class, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
2:20 pm Efficiency of a Carnot Battery with Horizontal Flow Packed Bed Thermal Storage
  Michael von der Heyde, Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
2:40 pm Design and built of a first laboratory CHEST system
  Thilo Weller, German Aerospace Center, Germany
3:00 pm Techno-Economic Assessment of a Combined Power-to-Heat-to-Power Energy Storage Coupled with a District Heating System
  Sven Stark, University of Stuttgart, Germany
3:20 pm High Performance Carnot Batteries Based on Hybrid Cycles
  Pau Farres-Antunez, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
3:40 pm C O F F E E  B R E A K
4:00 pm Carnot Battery for an Industrial Waste Heat Recovery Application - Case Study, Comprehensive Modelling and Considerations for a Pilot Installation
  Vaclav Novotny, Czech Technical University, Prague, Czech Republic
4:20 pm Development and Simulation of a High-Temperature Heat Pump Based on the Reverse Brayton Cycle
  Göksel Özuylasi, German Aerospace Center, Germany
4:30 pm 100-GWh Heat Storage with Crushed Rock and Oil or Nitrate Salt Heat Transfer for Heat Generating Systems and Carnot Storage
  Charles Forsberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
4:40 pm Dynamic Simulation of a Packed Bed Thermal Energy Storage System: Validation und Use Case
  Kai Knobloch, Hamburg University of Technolgy, Germany
4:50 pm Adsorption Heat Storage: State of the Art and Future Perspectives
  Salvatore Vasta, Italian National Research Council, Italia
5:00 pm Applications of Thermal Energy Storage for Grid Electric Storage
  Zhiwen Ma, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA
5:30 pm C L O S I N G  F O R  T H E  D A Y

*Central European SUMMER Time (CEST)

 

WEDNESDAY, September 16, 2020
9:00 am O P E N I N G
9:30 am Heat Storage at High Temperatures When Producing Glass: Industrial Practice and New Ideas in the Context of Energy transition
  Bernhard Fleischmann, Hüttentechnische Vereinigung der Deutschen Glasindustrie e.V.  (HVG)
10:00 am Experimental Results and Modelling of a Grid-scale Pumped Heat Energy Storage Demonstrator
  Andrew Smallbone, University of Durham, United Kingdom
10:30 am Decarbonization of Coal-Fired Power Plants With Carnot Batteries - Results From a Feasibility Study on Decarbonization of the Chilean Power Sector
  Michael Geyer, German Aerospace Center, Germany
11:00 am Experimental Results for a Medium-scale Rock Bed Thermal Energy Stoarge
  Kurt Engelbrecht, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
11:30 am C O F F E E  B R E A K
12:00 pm Numerical Study of Metal-based Micro Encapsulated Phase Change Material for High-temperature Heat Storage System
  Hiroaki Koide, Hokkaido University, Japan
12:20 pm Research on a Carnot battery and a Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Power Cycle in KIER
  Junhyun Cho, Korea Institute of Energy Research, South Korea
12:40 pm Malta Pumped Heat Electricity Storage (PHES) for Coal Exit and Energy Transition from Fossil to Renewable Energie
  Benjamin Bollinger, Malta Inc., United States
1:00 pm L U N C H
2:00 pm High-temperature Storage with Liquid Metals – Design of a Prototype Storage System and Material Testing
  Klarissa Niedermeier, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
2:20 pm Thermodynamic Design and Optimisation of Pumped Thermal Electricity Storage (PTES) Systems Based on Transcritical Rankine Cycles
  Yongliang Zhao, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
2:40 pm Heat Transformation and Storage Facility – Efficiency Enhancement of  Transcritical CO2 Heat Pump by Coupling to Adsorption Unit and Storage Integration
  Ferdinand Schmidt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
3:00 pm Low Temperature Pumped Thermal Energy Storage with Kalina Cycles
  Antoine Koen, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
3:20 pm Power-to-Heat Integration in Brayton Battery: Increasing System Cost Efficiency and Flexibility
  Sergej Belik, German Aerospace Center, Germany
3:40 pm C O F F E E  B R E A K
4:00 pm Role of High Temperature Carnot Batteries in Sector Coupling
  Louisa Schmeken, Steinmüller Engineering, Germany
4:20 pm DOE's Energy Storage Grand Challenge and the Integration of Energy
  Briggs White, US Departement of Energy, United States
4:40 pm Where are the Carnot Batteries? A Discussion on the Design Decisions that Influence Technology Deployment
  Adrienne Little, Malta Inc., USA
17:00 C L O S I N G