EU projekt HyFlow at the EU Sustainable Energy Week

25 to 29 October 2021

From 25 to 29 October 2021, the European Commission, together with stakeholders from the energy sector, is organising the largest European conference on renewable energy and efficient energy use in Europe: the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW). Also in 2021, the theme of EUSEW is “Towards 2030: Transforming Europe’s Energy System”. The EU project HyFlow will present itself on site.

The virtual EUSEW ENERGY FAIR will also be held as part of the EUSEW. On this virtual exhibition space, all exhibitors are represented with their own page where they can present and share content and get in touch with participants.
The EU project HyFlow is represented with an exhibition stand together with the FLORES network (Network of Flow Battery Research). FLORES is a network of nine EU-funded projects working on next-generation redox flow batteries.

At the stand there will be three interactive formats to interact with the projects:

  1. A quiz “Test your knowledge about RFB’s”;
  2. Two virtual meetings per day with the scientists behind the projects “Meet the Scientist”;
  3. One networking meeting per day to discuss possible scientific collaborations or possible joint research projects “Networking for future collaborations”.

HyFlow and FLORES are also hosting the Energy Talk on 27 October 2021 , entitled “Positioning RFB’s in the energy storage landscape” at 1.30 pm.

Time and agenda

25 to 29 October 2021, please see the agenda for exact times.
The agenda for the energy talks can be found here.

Location

Online

Registration

Please register here.
Participation is free of charge.

Contact at BayFOR

Dr Daniel Kießling
Scientific Officer ICT, Engineering & Natural Sciences
Phone: +49 911 50715-920
Email: kiessling@bayfor.org

Location: Online
Organizer: EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW)
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Funded by European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 963550.

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