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The 8th HEAT-INSYDE GA – focus on demo sites and videos from the partners

The HEAT-INSYDE consortium met in Cadarache, France, on May 10-11th for its 8th General Assembly. The focus was on preparing and planning for the heat battery installation at the demostration sites, but some of the team members also took the opportunity to share further insights into their role in the project and the current satus of their work throuh short videos…

Launching “Meet HEAT-INSYDE – Heat storage Q&A”

The “Meet HEAT-INSYDE – Heat storage Q&A” is a series of online public events open to all audiences. Held quarterly, these one-hour sessions see experts from the consortium engage in an open Q&A with the audience.

HEAT-INSYDE at Sustainable Places 2020

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… Read More »HEAT-INSYDE at Sustainable Places 2020

HEAT-INSYDE kick-off meeting in Eindhoven

October 22nd and 23rd 2019 were two exciting and productive days for the HEAT-INSYDE team, who met in Eindhoven to kick-off their industry-academia collaboration. Coordinated by TNO, 23 members from the project consortium met to plan the next steps to advance a compact, affordable and robust heat battery technology and bring it to the market. Accompanied by a warming Dutch… Read More »HEAT-INSYDE kick-off meeting in Eindhoven

HEAT-INSYDE selected for Horizon 2020 funding

Our HEAT-INSYDE proposal for bringing a compact, affordable and robust heat battery to the market has been selected for funding! The EU renewable energy directive set the target to increase the energy share of renewable energy systems to 32% by 2030. Heat and electrical energy storage solutions are urgently needed to synchronise energy supply and demand in the transition to… Read More »HEAT-INSYDE selected for Horizon 2020 funding