IBERCONAPPICE 2016 revisará tanto los aspectos básicos como los tecnológicos y sus aplicaciones finales: el desarrollo de materiales y componentes; su montaje y medida de las prestaciones experimentales alcanzadas; el funcionamiento de dispositivos y sistemas auxiliares; la producción, almacenamiento y distribución de hidrógeno; el desarrollo de procesadores de combustible para la obtención de hidrógeno a partir de diferentes combustibles; el desarrollo de prototipos y sistemas de generación de energía. Asimismo incluirá temas relacionados con la normativa, seguridad, prospectiva, estudios de mercado.
Advanced Energy returns to New York City!
Following the success of Advanced Energy 2014 as a northeast regional event, Advanced Energy 2016 returns to the national and international stage. The ninth conference in New York’s Advanced Energy series will once again be held at New York City’s Javits Center, where it broke all previous records for participation and attendance in 2013. In attracting energy industry leaders and researchers from 22 countries, it established itself as one of the nation's foremost and widest-ranging conferences on energy technologies. Plan now to be part of this exceptional conference, as an attendee, event sponsor, or exhibitor. Advanced Energy 2016 is where you will meet and network with energy leaders, business innovators, researchers, academics and policy makers from across the globe.
Europe’s largest hydrogen, fuel cells and battery exhibition
Hannover Messe The Group Exhibit is part of HANNOVER MESSE
All-Energy is the UK’s largest renewable energy event, taking place on 4th & 5th May in Glasgow, it allows the entire spectrum of the renewables industry to showcase their energy solutions.
The free-to-attend annual conference and exhibition brings together the UK’s largest group of buyers from the bioenergy, solar, offshore and onshore wind and wave & tidal sectors, as well as those involved in energy storage, transmission and onsite generation.
Network with the industry, learn from industry experts in the UK’s largest renewables conference, source from leading suppliers, plus find out how to export and innovate!
Since its launch in 2001, All-Energy has provided the industry suppliers, experts and thought-leaders from the renewable energy supply chain the opportunity to connect with new customers, increase their sales opportunities and expand business networks in this fast-changing marketplace.
Fuel Cell Development Information Center was established in July 1986 to exchange information among its members on fuel cell research, development and deployment aiming at the introduction and penetration of fuel cells into market.
Currently, FCDIC consists of more than 120 organizations, including major Japanese private companies and national organisations working on fuel cell development, 71 academic individuals, and 5 foreign members.
Fuel cells are going to play an extremely important role as an energy source for the next generation. In view of its importance, we will continue to strive for the early commercialization and diffusion of the fuel cell systems.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Energy Storage Report found the UK energy sector to be unhelpfully driven by ‘cheapness’ and highlighted hydrogen as a potential solution, albeit one not without its challenges. Whilst some remain sceptical about the role hydrogen can play, leading automotive OEMs are investing in the production of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and the IEA 2015 hydrogen and fuel cell roadmap estimating a potential global market in the hundreds of billions by 2050. How realistic is hydrogen as a fuel for transport and energy storage? And where do the key opportunities lie?
This timely event will bring together experts from across the industry to engage with hydrogen – it’s barriers and limits, as well as its potential to transform the energy and transport sectors. From generation and storage to fuel cell vehicles and city-wide emissions reduction strategies, this conference will consider the positions from sceptic to enthusiast to find a realistic way forward in this polarised sector. This considered discussion will be contextualised by an up-to-date look at UK government policy from the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the Office of Low Emissions Vehicles.
CIMTEC 2016 - 7th Forum on New Materials, to be held in Perugia, Italy, June 5 to 9, 2016 will include the 5th International Conference “Smart and Multifunctional Materials, Structures and Systems” and the 11th International Conference “Medical Applications of Novel Biomaterials and Nanotechnology”.
The 5th International Conference “Smart and Multifunctional Materials, Structures and Systems” (sixteen Symposia) will cover most promising selected areas of smart and multifunctional materials R&D, from the molecular nanoscales to large complex integrated systems. Updated progress in materials science and in the widespread use of nanotechnologies will be covered that coupled with the exponential growth of computing capability and the availability of reliable multiscale modeling, promote a deeper understanding and better exploitation of the convergences among materials, electronics and biological systems.
The 11th International Conference “Medical Applications of Novel Biomaterials and Nanotechnology” particularly aims to report recent advances on creatively modified stimuli-responsive, active and multifunctional material systems and their implementation in selected challenging areas of nanomedicine such as soft and hard tissue engineering and regeneration, intelligent drug delivery and release, as well as medical imaging/therapy including multi-modal theranostics. Two Focused Sessions on materials for implantable neural interfaces and on the possible application of functionalized carbon nanotubes and graphene in medicine will complement the conference contents.
CIMTEC 2016 organizers are pleased to invite materials scientists, chemists, physicists, biologists, physicians and experts of application fields to contribute to discussion within the frames of what promises to be an exciting meeting, and to enjoy the immense, unique, artistic heritage and wonderful landscape of Umbria region.
General Chair CIMTEC Conferences
National Research Council, Italy
The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) 2016 Annual Merit Review and Peer Evaluation Meeting (AMR) for the Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Program and the Vehicle Technologies Office will be held on June 6–10, 2016, in Washington, D.C.
The world’s hydrogen and fuel cell community will come together in Zaragoza, Spain, in June 2016, for the World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2016 (WHEC 2016). The event will be celebrating its 21st edition and will take place at the Palacio de Congresos Expo Zaragoza.
The Spanish Hydrogen Association (AeH2) is honored to invite all international stakeholders on hydrogen and fuel cells technologies and subjects relating to hydrogen production, storage, transport and end uses to participate in WHEC 2016.
To meet future global energy needs, in ways that are safe, secure, sustainable and affordable, we need a more integrated, intelligent energy system. This is only achievable if we consider all parts of the system and how they interact, all types of participant and all possible technologies; by necessity, this requires a cross-disciplinary approach.
The Energy Systems Conference series brings together researchers, academia, industry, investors and policymakers to explore the most suitable and efficient ways to design, finance and build better and more sustainable energy systems.
The theme of the second Energy Systems Conference will be “21st Century challenges” which speaks to the energy trilemma consisting of: 1) Affordable energy and its impact on jobs, wealth and productivity, 2) low carbon energy, and 3) energy security. Focussing especially on the coming 15 years, we will examine the global drivers affecting the energy system such as governmental policy commitments and objectives, global climate change commitments, investment patterns, technological evolution and resource constraints.
EVS29 will feature over 300 sessions including plenary presentations, lectures and dialogues led by industry leaders, technology experts and government partners, covering essential and pressing topics in electric drive.
The show floor will exhibit the latest technologies from global companies representing every segment of the industry and the “Ride, Drive and Charge” is a chance get behind the wheel of the latest EVs and test out charging equipment. A public day on June 19 will also give local residents a chance to experience the Ride, Drive & Charge and exhibit hall. Finally, the EVS gala will be held at a historical site in Montréal where delegates can enjoy the beautiful “City of Festivals” and network with other guests.
Please find a tentative “Program at a Glance” below. The conference program will continue to be updated as speakers and sessions are confirmed, so visit our site regularly to see the latest additions.
Abstracts deadline: 30 April 2016
The 2016 edition of ELectrospinning for ENergy conference (ELEN 2016) is specifically oriented to the application of nanofibres issued from electrospinning in energy conversion and storage devices. This conference will give the opportunity of exchange between researchers, students and engineers from both academia and industry on recent advances and drawback solutions associated with electrospinning and its application in energy devices.
A special session will be dedicated to the COST Action MP1206 on Electrospun nano-fibres for bio inspired composite materials and innovative industrial applications.
Five of ASME's major conferences, plus ICONE24 come together to create an event of major impact for the Power and Energy sectors: ASME 2016 Power & Energy. Fossil and nuclear power generation, renewables, energy storage, fuels, gas turbines and much more will be discussed at each of the concurrent conferences within this larger event:
In the last years, research on anion exchange membranes (AEM) and AEM based systems for energy applications increased dramatically. Therefore, the 2-day workshop “EMEA2016”, which is the 4th in this series, is dedicated to this topic. The event includes a panel discussion, oral and poster presentations and will start with a Get-together on Monday evening.
The main focus of the workshop will be on anion exchange membranes, their synthesis, characterisation, stability, and their performance in electrochemical applications. These can be fuel cells, electrolyzers, redox flow batteries, zinc-air batteries, reverse electrodialysis cells, and others. In addition, contributions in the field of catalysis for AEM based systems are welcome.
With the reduction of traditional fossil fuels and increasingly serious global environmental degradation and health dangers, we are ready to meet new age of energy production. While human demands for energy will not decrease, the largest shifts are the increase in the renewable energy share and the decline in the traditional energy share. New energy occupies an increasingly important position in the whole energy system. New sources of energy, aided by improved technology and productivity, underpinned by large-scale investments make a significant contribution to supply growth. Entering its 6th year, New Energy Forum (NEF) has been grown substantially, NEF-2016 will provide a perfect opportunity to researchers from academia and professionals from industry, as well as government regulators to tackle energy challenges, and exchange best practices about improved new energy technology and cooperation.
The second Energy Future (EF) conference will take place in Sydney, Australia on the 4-6 July 2016 at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. EF conferences provide a unique platform to generate and foster nexus between the scientific world, policy makers, investors, industry and the community.
This second conference will focus on Energy storage – from generation to distribution, and cover international advances alongside an impressive exhibition showcasing advanced energy technologies across the energy sector. The conference now features a session on nuclear energy, to provide constructive discussion on integration of nuclear and renewable electrical power.
The first day of the conference is a great opportunity for delegates to get the latest up to date information on where future energy opportunities and solutions are. Through plenary talks from influential speakers and forum discussions, delegates will find out what is new, what is happening and will have plenty of opportunities to network with peers and colleagues. In depth description of the latest technologies and scientific advances will be addressed during the following two days.
EF is Australia’s unique platform where research and industry interaction enables innovation in the energy sector.
Hope to see you in Sydney in July 2016!
The 12th EUROPEAN SOFC & SOE FORUM will focus on solid oxide fuel cells and electrolysers, with the addition of a new category addressing reactors and separators based on solid oxide membranes. The forum will be the highlight of these European solid oxide based technologies. The technical programme will range from fundamental science and new materials, through cell, stack, and system development, to the latest results from commercial deployment.
The Motto is:
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, Electrolysers and Reactors: From development to delivery.
We invite you to the 15th Ulm Electrochemical Talks (UECT), which will again be an unique opportunity to meet world leading experts in the field of batteries, fuel cells and other electrochemical energy technologies.
The number of electric driven vehicles on the road has exceeded 1,3 million units worldwide - whether battery electric, fuel cell powered or plug-in-hybrids. At the same time electrical energy storage technologies in combination with renewable energies start to turn into attractive business cases. Fuel cells gain increasing interest in various markets, like residential power (150 000 units installed in Japan), material handling, back up power or transportation applications. With increasing market penetration lifetime and safety aspects in daily life become important for all these technologies.
Abstracts deadline: 22 April 2016
The potential of nanotechnology for energy related applications is enormous. The use of nanomaterials for energy applications can be addressed at almost any scale, from picowatts to megawatt size. Nanomaterials can address many unmet needs in energy applications; they can be used to improve energy densities, efficiencies, increase rates of energy transfer, and increase stabilities for example. Nanotechnology also has the potential to facilitate hitherto underdeveloped or unknown commercial applications for energy (smart clothing, flexible electronics, covert inks, energy scavenging/converting devices) as well as bring down the cost of new energy technologies and enable their mass production. Within the field of nanotechnology, new materials development will play an important role toward a sustainable energy future.
The NANOENERGY conference is an offshoot from the more established NANOSMAT conference. Since 2005, “NANOENERGY” has been organized as a “Symposium” each year at the NANOSMAT conferences. As a result of the growing success of the NanoEnergy symposia held during the NANOSMAT conferences – the first ever standalone “International Conference on Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials & Thin Films for Energy Applications” was held at the University College London (UCL) in London, UK during 19-21 February 2014, which was a huge success and with attendance exceeding 200 plus. The 2nd NANOENERGY conference was held in Manchester, UK during 1-3 June 2015.
The 3rd NANOENERGY conference will address the theory, design, research, discovery and development of new materials and nanotechnologies in relation to the field of energy applications (e.g. in energy harvesting, production, storage, transfer and use, etc.). NANOENERGY aims to bring together academia, industries and policy makers interested in the application of nanotechnology in the energy sector. The conference will discuss the state-of-the-art and latest development of nanotechnology, nanomaterialsand thin filmsfor energy applications but also investigate possible avenues ahead. High-level experts both from academia and industry will address key issues relating to the topics of this conference. A wide range of disciplines will be included from theory to experiments, device development, technology demonstration, manufacture and scale-up of nanotechnology applied to energy will be covered.
We look forward to seeing you in Liverpool for a very exciting, enjoyable and highly productive NANOENERGY conference.
Cenex-LCV is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event incorporating four keys features:
LCV is run by Cenex, the UK's first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies with assistance from Supporting Partners including the Innovate UK, the Department of Business Innovation and Skills, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, and UK Trade & Investment.
Cenex prides itself on ensuring the decision makers of the UK industry attend the event with all major stakeholders, key manufacturers, supply chain representatives and government officials from the UK present. The event attracts a range of customers (Automotive 21%, Energy & Infrastructure 7%, Government & Local Authority 10%, OEMs 17%, Academia 11%) and senior managers including those at board level [38%] and middle management [27%].