The energy storage challenge: which contribution from chemical sciences?
On 11 February 2014, EuChemS co-organised with the Scientific and Technologic Option Assessment (STOA) of the European Parliament a workshop entitled "The energy storage challenge: which contribution from chemical sciences?"
The workshop presented main possibilities for storing energy that require contribution and development of chemical sciences: physical devices, such as batteries or super-capacitors, and storage of energy in chemical bonds to release the stored energy at another time and place.
Presentation of Serdar Sariciftçi
Presentation of Gabriele Centi
Presentation of Neil Champness
Presentation of Ferdi Schüth
Presentation of Kristina Edstrom
Presentation of Fabrice Stassin
Presentation of David Cole-Hamilton
For more information please visit the STOA website.