HEAT-INSYDE, together with three other Horizon 2020 funded projects on energy storage, presented their results in a workshop at this year’s edition of the Sustainable Places conference, which took place as a digital event. The workshop was entitled “Integrated storage systems for residential buildings” and was held on Thursday 29th October 2020.
In this workshop, chaired by Inés Arias Iglesias of FEUGA (Spain), the following 4 Horizon 2020 projects presented their research on innovative integrated storage systems for both existing and new residential buildings:
- HEAT-INSYDE: Bringing advanced heat batteries in residential heat and electric systems closer to market through real life demonstration in different climates
- MiniStor: Minimal Size Thermal and Electrical Energy Storage System for In-Situ Residential Installation
- HYBUILD: Innovative compact HYbrid electrical/thermal storage systems for low energy BUILDings
- InteGRIDy: Integrated Smart GRID Cross-Functional Solutions for Optimized Synergetic Energy Distribution, Utilization Storage Technologies
With Dominique Planchon, Senior Program Officer at the DG Research & Innovation, the European Commission was also represented.
The presentation of Francesco Pizzocolo, Project Manager of HEAT-INSYDE at the coordinating institution TNO, is featured below. With 35 participants, the workshop was an excellent opportunity to increase the awareness about HEAT-INSYDE and to foster the interaction between the related projects.