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Energy Storage 2013


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Following the success of the IET Energy Storage 2011 we are delighted to announce our Energy Storage 2013 Seminar set to take place in London in November 2013.

Date and Time

01 November 2013 - 09:00-17:00


London, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Contact Veena Gupta at for more information.

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*Please note: Full date to be confirmed

Register your interest in our Energy storage 2013 Seminar and we will keep you updated as the programme develops.

Grid-scale storage of electricity is one of the biggest challenges for the future. However, advanced energy storage technologies are receiving a great deal of R&D funding and developments are expected to be significant in the coming years.

Attend the IET Energy Storage 2013 Seminar to:

  • Hear how large-scale storage technology deals with regulatory and cost barriers
  • How to best integrate the storage capabilities into the system architecture
  • Explore the commercial and financial structures for energy storage
  • Learn from case studies of current projects


Are you interested in participating as a delegate, speaker or exhibitor? Do you have a good idea for a topic or speaker? We would like to hear from you.

Please contact Veena Gupta, the producer of this event.

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