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Events Archive 2010

DOE Announces 2010 Storage R&D Update Conference

Posted: 05–03–10

The U.S. DOE Energy Storage Systems Research Program (ESS) will present an update of its energy storage R&D programs on Nov. 2 - 4, 2010, at the Washington Marriott Hotel in Washington, DC (USA).

Sponsored by the DOE Office of Electricity and Energy Reliability, and managed by the ESS Research Program at Sandia National Laboratories, this 2010 update conference is available at no cost to attendees.

A majority of active players in the field of energy storage and power electronics attend this gathering.

Conference Agenda

Pre-registration is required to guarantee seating. Register here.

Hotel rooms at the Washington Marriott Hotel at the Special Conference Rate are no longer available.

Conference Attendee Roster

For more information about the conference:
ESS (essmtgs@sandia.gov). or Nancy Clark Conf. Manager. (nhclark@sandia.gov).

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Successful Hawaii Seminar Focuses on Storage and Exceeds Expectations

Posted: 06–22-10

A seminar (Hawaii Energy Storage) sponsored by DOE and Sandia Laboratories (Sandia) with support from the County of Maui, Univ. of HI Maui College, Hawaiian Electric Co. & its subsidiaries, and developers Castle & Cooke, was conducted at Maui College on June 16, 2010.

Facilitated by Jennifer Stinebaugh, analyst for Sandia’s Energy Systems Dept, the Seminar Agenda featured presentations by experts from Sandia’s Energy Storage Systems Research Program (ESS) on storage issues and case studies.

The Sandians focused on both the pro’s and con’s of energy storage as a stabilizer in the naturally fluctuating power produced by renewable resources. Increasingly gaining support as a means of helping to reduce world-wide reliance on fossil fuels for producing grid-related electricity, energy storage is regarded by the County of Maui as one of the key factors in its efforts to achieve 95% reliance on renewable energy by 2020.

Expecting approximately 65 attendees, the sponsors were pleased to host more than 150 people that included not only interested individuals but also representatives from institutions and business firms, all from within the Hawaii area.

Presentations at the seminar

Maui News coverage of the seminar (search “energy storage” in Local News).

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