Working Groups

Four permanent Working Groups have been set up to ensure the involvement and contribution of all the stakeholders of the Energy Storage (ES) technologies, providing vision, inputs, guidance, and continuous feedback for the development of different StoRIES documents, publications, and activities. The Working Groups are:

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WG1
Roadmap
SRIA

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WG2

Selection of call topics

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WG3

Transnational Access

WG4

Technical and

non-technical barriers

WG1: Roadmap, SRIA and materials intelligence platform

Chair: Myriam E. Gil Bardají (KIT)
Co-chairs: TBD

Working Group 1 will provide input and recommendations to the SRIA and the roadmap for hybridisation of ES developed in Task 3.3. The requested input will cover different areas and topics such as the identification of hybrid combinations as well as needs in terms of innovation, research infrastructure, technology development, cost reductions, integration for single technologies and combinations to be viable.

The roadmap and SRIA will gather experience and knowledge from all stakeholders in the StoRIES ecosystem, and use this to identify knowledge gaps and needs for research and innovation in order to make hybrid storage solutions viable.

The roadmap and SRIA will give a set of policy recommendations. The perceived audience will be EU-level officials and funding agencies, SET-Plan members, other national and local bodies, as well as stakeholders in industry, academia and universities.

The roadmap and SRIA will be developed in an iterative process where the documents are drafted by the partners in Task 3.3 and then sent to WG1 and other stakeholders for expert feedback.

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Working Group 1

Name
Organization
Field
Lluis Trilla
IREC
Battery Management System
Philippe Stevens
EDF
Electrochemical ES, Chemical ES, Thermal ES
Magdalena Graczyk-Zajac
EnBW
Electrochemical ES
Paillard Elie-Elisee Georges
POLIMI
Electrochemical ES
Jordi Jacas Biendicho
IREC
Electrochemical ES
Andrea Balducci
UNIJENA
Electrochemical ES
Nasir Mahmood
RMIT
Electrochemical ES
Sergio Persoglia
OGS
Hydrogen Underground Storage
Faisal Bouchotrouch
CENER
Management System Development
Aitor Ollacarizqueta
CENER
Management System Development
Mehdi Zadeh
NTNU
Marine Hybrid Power System
Leire
Zubizarrtea
Materials for ES
Giovanna Cavazzini
UNIPD
Mechanical ES
Rafa Iturbe
ANTECSA
Superconducting Magnetic ES
Xavier Granados
CSIC-ICMAB
Superconducting Magnetic ES
MAgnus Millingen
TEXEL
Thermal ES
Helena Navarro
UNIBIRG
Thermal ES
George Karagiannakis
CERTH
Thermal ES, Thermochemical ES
Enrique
VOITH
 

WG2: Selection of call topics

Chair: Yannick Wimmer (AIT)
Co-chairs: TBD

Working Group 2 will undertake several activities relevant to the identification, ranking and launch of the transnational and virtual access call topics including but not limited to the actions listed: 

  • Collection of the preliminary call ideas to identify the problems and gaps in the energy storage

  • Analysis of the ideas, feedback on the possible call topics to redefine the selected call topics 

  • Provision of the ranking of topics according to the expertise within the WG  

  •  Consultations with External Layer, especially with industry, to enable the optimal impact of the project users

  • Final call topic definition and initiation of the promotion of the call 

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WG3: Transnational Access activities based on the submitted and approved user proposals and the feedback from the users and the RIs

Chair: Olga Suminska-Ebersoldt (KIT)
Co-chairs: TBD

Working Group 3 will oversee the Transnational Access activities based on the submitted and approved user proposals and undertake actions for the reporting on the overall analysis of the Transnational activities. Some of these actions include the following:   

  • Pre-screening of applications before the peer-review process by the Selection Panel  

  • Evaluation, analysis, and dissemination of the projects' documentation within the External Layer and beyond 

  • Providing information resulting from the user projects analysis (gaps, technical barriers, hybrid technologies assessment, needs) to the WG1 and WG4

  • Gathering the feedback from the previous call(s) for the preparation of the following call(s) 

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Working Groups 2 & 3

Name
Organization
Field
Alenka Ristić
NIC
Thermal ES
Linda Barelli
UNIPG
Chemical ES
Stefan Baumann
FZJ
Chemical ES
Astrid Besmehn
FZJ
cross-cutting
Marcos Blanco
CIEMAT
cross-cutting
Giovanna Cavazzini
UNIPD
Mechanical ES
Vito Di Noto
UNIPD
Electrochemical ES
Yulong Ding
UNIBirmingham
Thermal ES, Mechanical ES
Isabella Gallino
UniSaarland
Electrochemical ES
Pierre Garcia
CEA
Thermal ES
Xavier Granados
CSIC
Superconducting Magnetic ES
Kai Heussen
DTU
Power and Energy Systems Control and Integration
Peter Holtappels
DTU
Chemical ES
Ellen Krohn Aasgård
SINTEF EN
Mechanical ES
Daniel Lager
AIT
Thermal ES
Kourosh Malek
FZJ
AI
Helena Navarro
UNIBirmingham
Thermal ES
Elie Paillard
PLIMI
Electrochemical ES
Margarita Rodriguez
CIEMAT
Thermal ES
Michael Schnürch
TU Wien
Thermal ES
Roberto Scipioni
SINTEF AS
Electrochemical ES
Philippe Stevens
EDF
Electrochemical ES, Chemical ES, Thermal ES
 

WG4: Technical and non-technical barriers

Chair: Susan Taylor (EASE)
Co-chairs: TBD

Working Group 4 will assess and analyze all the barriers (techno-economic, policies, market & regulation, standardization, social acceptance) that can affect the widespread application of hybrid Energy Storage (ES) technologies. The major task of WG4 will consist in the development of strategies to mitigate the effect of these barriers (e.g. funding programs and supporting research for reducing socio-economics barriers; demonstration projects to overcome community acceptance barriers; scale-up/demonstration support; recognition of storage as an own asset class; remuneration matching value creation: energy security and low emissions; CO2 free balancing requirements; curtailment minimisation incentives).

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