StoRIES Transnational Access

  • enables research at 64 world-class European research infrastructures dealing with energy storage and linked topics (from battery materials to energy network design)

  • is open and free to all researchers from academia and industry

  • is supported by reimbursement of travel and accommodation costs for users

  • calls for proposals will be published every 6 months from April 2022.

 

The pro-active innovation support team is available to advise potential users on the most suitable research infrastructures, assist in the submission of applications and answer any further questions about the TNA calls. Please contact them via our e-mail.

 

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SECOND StoRIES TRANS-NATIONAL ACCESS CALL

TNA Call No.: 2

Date of opening: 25.10.2022.  

Date of closing: 31.01.2023.  

Call topic: Solutions for hybrid energy storage systems to enable long-duration stationary storage

OPEN

The call topic is open to different sources of innovation: material research, development and testing of a component, device or device cluster, simulation of systems or system components, etc. and the integration of the innovation in the energy system. ​

The topic addresses a multitude of different energy storage technologies and their combinations for enabling long duration (from several hours to months) energy storage and is explicitly open to all TRLs. ​

Further assessment of the EU energy storage needs (regardless of short or long-duration) are also strongly invited and encouraged.

1: Download your application form:

2: Fill in the form, save it and upload it:

In order to better outline the scope, please find below a (non-exclusive) list of examples which solutions/technologies this could potentially target:

 

  • Underground storage systems (such as investigating possibilities to reduce leaking and contamination effects of underground storage caverns or alternatives to caverns) ​

  • Hydrogen or reactive metals etc. as a seasonal storage medium ​

  • Solutions for thermal storage (such as sorbent materials, phase changing materials or recovery of industrial heat, …) ​

  • Thermal and other energy storage solutions for peak shaving ​

  • Digital solutions – including data analytics and AI-enabled materials to system level modelling. Examples include evaluation of hybrid materials, value analysis of multi-level applications and system hybridization models.  ​

  • Simulation studies (such as material simulations, techno-economic analysis, AI methodologies…), sharing of data coming from hybrid energy storage systems by means of FAIR principles, etc. ​

  • Assessment of the EU energy storage needs at different time scales (from frequency regulations to seasonal storage) ​

  • Assessment of (future) locations of the storage systems within the EU. Determine the potential and optimal placement for specific energy conversion and storage systems (P2G) in order to use existing transport infrastructure and to produce hydrogen economically.​

  • Modularity and multipurpose use of components, starting from design of energy storage systems , reusability and recycling of raw materials and components (circularity principles) ​

  • Magnetic storage (SMES), flywheels and supercapacitors as support for low to medium power storage systems (pumped hydro, CAES, LAES,  thermal, electrochemical and chemical storage) in hybrid configuration ​

  • Identification of economic feasibility and bottlenecks of specific hybrid solutions (raw materials, but also components…). ​

  • Smart power management of hybrid storage systems 

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3: Sumbit your filled form:

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FIRST StoRIES TRANS-NATIONAL ACCESS CALL

TNA Call No.: 1

Call topic: Application oriented hybrid and sustainable energy storage solutions 

CLOSED

Selected Projects:

The call topic foresees three different sources of innovation: material research, development and testing of a component, device or device cluster and the integration of the innovation in the energy system.

 

Proposals concentrating on the same innovation source and investigating it from different scientific directions (proposal cluster) with the aim of fast and successful implementation of the innovation to the market, will receive additional points by the proposal evaluation. This approach will support solutions with a clear and predefined path for an uptake to the market.

No.
Project name ​
Home ​
Host ​
Start Date
1.1 ​
Technical feasibility assessment and operational algorithms of electrolysis system providing grid balancing services (TFAOA) ​
DTU
LUT
Nov-22
1.2 
Cell Testing at Different Temperatures as Early Detecting Methods for Stacking Accuracy in Pouch Cells and Its Tolerant Limits (CeTeTe) 
KIT​
VTT
Feb-23
1.3​
Energy storage in Seawater Batterie (SeaBatt) ​
UNI LaSapienza​
KIT - HIU
Nov-22
1.4 ​
Development and Optimization of Lignosulfonate (LS)/Zinc (Zn) Hybrid Flow battery (LSZn) ​
Energy Storage Solutions S.L.U (ES) ​
CheMaMSE
01-Apr-23

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