The climate crisis has arrived in society's consciousness. We all feel the strong momentum linking a CO2-free energy supply to our topics.
Many now recognize the huge role of a resilient year-round heating and cooling in the overall energy context and the significant impact it will have on the future. So here we go. Let's ring in this new hot phase together!
The 9th Swiss Thermal Energy Storage Symposium has brought us together on January 28, 2022. The symposium has shared new international developments with leading experts from Norway, Germany, Austria, Spain and Switzerland. Participants from over 25 countries joined us to look at concrete implementations that will take us forward and discussed the necessary next steps.
PDF's of the presentations can be found below
Introduction and welcome to the 9th Swiss Symposium Thermal Energy Storage
Jörg Worlitschek, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences & Arts, Switzerland
Thermal storage enabling efficiency and flexibility in the energy system
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Annelies Vandersickel, ProcessNet, Germany
Social acceptance of TES
Luisa F. Cabeza, Universitat de Lleida, Spain
Moderation: Jörg Worlitschek
Advances in ice slurry supercooling
Dani Carbonell, SPF-OST Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland
Phase Change Dispersions (PCD) for temperature stabilisation applications
Poppy O‘Neill, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences & Arts, Switzerland
Moderation: Anastasia Stamatiou
Compact thermal energy storage – International developments in general and CREATE in particular
Wim Van Helden, AEE INTEC, Austria
Introducing: Hydrobus, the all-in-one management system for thermal and electrical energy storage
Remo Ritzmann, RINO Electronics AG, Switzerland
Borehole Thermal Energy Storage – developing of high temperature BTES
Kirsti Midttømme, NORCE Norwegian Research Center, Norway
Moderation: Remo Waser
The SWEET funding program – current state and future topics
Andreas Haselbacher, Swiss Federal Office of Energy SFOE, Switzerland
Using building data and machine learning to find retrofitting customers
Thilo Weber, geoimpact AG, Switzerland
Why should I share my precious energy? Is thermal energy for the grid or for the building?
Gino Agbomemewa, CLEMAP AG, Switzerland
Moderation: Philipp Schütz