Trackside energy storage


UIC best practice workshop

UIC and the UIC Energy efficiency and CO2 emissions Sector chairs propose a new online workshop about trackside energy storage and their use for efficiency and decarbonisation.

The aim is to explore what stationary energy storage can help us with in the development of smart reversible substation, energy recovery and buffering for renewable and recovered energy to achieve decarbonisation of the railways.

Documents

Supporting slides:

slides-trackside_energy_storage-v1.pdf

- PDF - 6.7 Mb

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Replay:
https://mediacenter.uic.org/en/sws-nav/460-954-sustainable-development/

List of companies attending:

companies-export_2021-10-19_.pdf

- PDF - 62.4 kb

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Chat:

gmt20211007-080941_recording.txt

- Texte - 7.1 kb

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General information

The workshop took place on Thursday the 7th of October, from 10:00 to 12:00, Paris time.

Participants

  • European Battery Alliance (EBA)
  • Dutch railways
  • SNCF Réseau
  • East Japan Railway Company (JRE)
  • Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI)

Agenda

2-hour workshop from 10:00 to 12:00, with a coffee break at 11:10. There will be a time for questions after each presentation.

Introduction
10h02 - EBA
10h30 - Dutch railways
10h50 - RTRI
11h15 - SNCF
11h40 - JR East

Registration

If you are interested in attending this workshop, please fill in the following form:

You will receive a confirmation e-mail containing an appointment file that you can save to your calendar.

Thank you for your interest.

For any additional information or getting in touch with any company, please contact Sustainability Advisor Philippe Stefanos

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Thursday 24 June 2021