This year international and Swiss speakers will gather to discuss topics such as thermal energy storage in buildings and in cooling applications as well as ways to use storage materials to achieve temperature precision in processes.
A discussion will be initiated with scientists, industrial stakeholders and users on how to make new research developments broadly accessible to a wider public.
Thermal Energy Storage: Status and Importance in the Energy System
- Gennady Ziskind, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Seasonal Thermal Storage: Focus study of the Forum Energiespeicher Schweiz
- Michel Haller, HSR Rapperswil, Switzerland
The effects of climate change on heating and cooling demand
- Matthias Berger, Hochschule Luzern – Technik & Architektur, Switzerland
TES in Electricity Storage
Sensible and latent storage integration for large-scale electrothermal energy storage
- Emmanuel Jacquemoud, MAN Energy Solutions, Switzerland
Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (AA-CAES) for building application
- Rémy Revellin, Institut national des sciences appliquées de Lyon, France
Thermal storage for cooling and temperature precision
Compact Thermal Energy Storage for Industrial Refrigeration Processes
- Maurizio Zaglio, Sunamp Ltd., United Kingdom
Passive Cooling of Li-Ion Cells with Phase Change Materials
- Stefano Landini, Heriott Watt University, United Kingdom
Long Term TES in buildings
The assessment of seasonal thermal energy storage: status and challenges
- Zhang Xiaojin, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
The energy4me thermal energy storage
- Markus Diener, planergie AG, Switzerland
VITES – Vacuum Insulated Thermal Energy Storage
- Sara Eicher, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland
Retro-fit seasonal thermal energy storage using high-performance thermal insulation materials
- Hans Simmler, swisspor AG, Switzerland; Wily Villasmil, Hochschule Luzern Technik & Architektur, Switzerland
The participation fee for the symposium is CHF 300.-. It includes all meals including coffee breaks and the apéro in the test rigs laboratory.
Members of the SCCER Storage, students and employees of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences benefit from a 50% discount on the registration. Membership can be mentioned in the comment box of the registration form.
Competence Center Thermal Energy Storages
On the homepage of the Competence Center for Thermal Energy Storage you will find information about our current projects and our contact details. If you are interested in starting a new project with us, you are welcome to contact us.
Furthermore, you will find an overview of the services and possibilities of our analytical laboratory.
Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research
The «Swiss Symposium Thermal Energy Storage» is aimed at everyone who sees the potential in thermal energy storage systems or would like to gain an in-depth insight into the technological possibilities associated with it. The symposium considers thermal energy storage systems against a wide background of applications and thus enables new solutions to be discussed. The goal of the SSTES is to create a lively dialog between representatives from industry and research in the energy, industry and building technology sectors in order to jointly promote the advancement of thermal energy storage in Switzerland and Europe. The «Swiss Symposium Thermal Energy Storage» is organized by the «Swiss Competence Center for Energy Research (SCCER) Storage of Electricity and Heat».