Renewable energy infrastructure to manage storage and demand
When starting to roll out renewable energy, we are often confronted with the challenge that this energy is not always available either at the time, we need it, or at the location, we need it. This raises the question on what the infrastructure has to be to assure efficient energy distribution and storage mechanisms.
• What infrastructure will we need to increase our use of renewable energy beyond 50%?
• Can smart grids solve all these issues?
• What are the latest solutions and systems for energy storage?
• What are new business opportunities?
• How far can we decentralise?
Le Cervin Room
  • Tuesday 11 October | 16:00-17:30
  • Biofuels
  • Carbon Management
    Carbon Management
  • Clean Transport
    Clean Transport
  • Environment Strategy
    Environment Strategy
  • Fuel Cells
    Fuel Cells
  • Geothermal
  • Green Buildings
    Green Buildings
  • Hydroelectric
  • Investment and Funding
    Investment and Funding
  • Ocean Power
    Ocean Power
  • Solar Photovoltaics
    Solar Photovoltaics
  • Solar Thermal Energy
    Solar Thermal Energy
  • Waste to Energy
    Waste to Energy
  • Wind
Session Speakers
  • Panellist
    Distributed Electrical Systems Laboratory
    Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
  • Panellist
    VP Energy Market