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IRENA Electricity Storage Workshop This Week

IRENAIRENA, the International Renewable Energy Agency, has an electricity storage workshop scheduled in Dusseldorf (Germany) this Thursday, March 27. Here are some more details, via IRENA:

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) will hold a policy and regulation workshop on energy storage in Dusseldorf, Germany, on 27 March. This takes place alongside Energy Storage Europe 2014, the third annual International Conference and Exhibition for the Storage of Renewable Energies (25-27 March, Dusseldorf).

The workshop focuses on key energy storage technologies and applications to support the accelerated deployment of renewable energy, as well as to identify applications, best practices and lessons that should be highlighted in IRENA’s global technology roadmap for electricity storage. Participants will include policy makers, industry representatives, academics and other relevant stakeholders. The workshop will be limited to around 50 people.

The agenda of the workshop can be viewed here.

 
 
 
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