Workshop on Renewable Energy & Storage, 6-7 July 2017

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The Workshop on Renewable Energy & Storage focuses on the Nanotechnology innovative ideas, new materials, devices and concepts for energy harvesting, conversion, storage, functionality, distribution, smart grids, as well as EU Policies on Renewable Energy. Meanwhile the Workshop will give a state-of-the-art overview on Nanotechnology, advanced materials, IT networks and new aspects in Energy and Storage, bringing together international experts from research, engineering, industry, policy makers, policy and government representatives to discuss, collaborate and provide next generation energy solutions. Also decentralized renewable energy installations and battery storage systems for domestic power supply will be combined in intelligent networks providing balanced power to the public grid, while the devices and communication technology needed for the integration of these elements, intelligent transformers and virtual power plants will be discussed. The purpose of the Workshop is also to address the challenges related to the integration of renewable energies in isolated or weakly interconnected systems and in developing self-sustainable energy systems on islands. Smart specialization strategies in energy (e.g., solar, bioenergy, sustainable buildings and smart grids) and at regional level and interregional cooperation will be also discussed.


  • Renewable Energy and Systems
  • Next Generation PVs, PVs Systems
  • Bioenergy, Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Generation
  • Smart Energy Consumption
  • Energy Storage and Batteries
  • Energy and Storage for Smart Cities & Smart Islands
  • Sustainable Buildings
  • Energy and Energy Autonomy in Agriculture
  • Water Treatment and Desalination
  • Smart Grid evolution and Grid integration
  • Future Trends and Nanotechnologies
  • Industry Perspectives, EU Policies and Strategies


The Workshop on Renewable Energy & Storage will take place on 6-7 July 2017, during the NN17 Conference and ISFOE17 Symposium.

In order to register for the Special Workshop, you can either Register for 1-Day-pass selecting NN option or ISFOE option, or Register for the whole NN17 (Full Registration) or ISFOE17 (Full Registration).


Mr. Ilias Monacholias, PPC Renewables, Greece
Dr. P. Giannoules, g|t Consulting , Germany
Dr H. Binder, BTC Technologies, Germany
Dr. B. Fillon, General Director of Research at the Technical Institute Innovation Plasturgie Composites (IPC), France
Prof. S. Logothetidis, Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, AUTH, Greece


Workshop's Invited Speakers

fillonDr. Bertrand Fillon, General Director of Research at the Technical Institute Innovation Plasturgie Composites (IPC), France
Renewable energy systems and products towards higher efficiency
fountiProf. Maria Founti, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
An innovative concept for energy independent districts exploiting mCHP technologies
giannoulesDr. Paulos Giannoules, g|t Consulting , Germany
Comprehensive Renewable Energy Generation Concepts
kaldellisProf. Ioannis Kaldellis, Head of the Soft Energy Application Lab, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences, Greece
Tilos Project - Technology Innovation for the Local Scale Optimum Integration of Battery Energy Storage
kaousiasMr. Konstantinos Kaousias, Head of Power Control Systems' Operation Section, HEDNO, Greece
Running the autonomous island networks - From the point of view of the operation company
kapnopoulosMr. Christos Kapnopoulos, Nanotechnology Lab LTFN, Greece
Printed OPVs Technology
keramiotisDr. Christos Keramiotis, Public Power Company Renewables S.A., Greece
The Greek RES market. Current status and perspectives
matskosMr. Vasileios Matskos, Organic Electronic Technologies (OET), Greece
3rd Generation Photovoltaics, OPVs manufacturing
perraudDr. Simon Perraud, CEA, FRANCE
Nanotechnologies and advanced materials for low-carbon energy technologies: Research and innovation at CEA
tausteDr. David Gutiérrez Tauste, LEITAT, Spain
Materials for energy storage at Leitat: energy challenges-driven innovations and cross-sectorial impact
teshimaProf. Katsuya Teshima, Department of Enviromental Science and Technology, Shinshu University, Japan
A Challenge for Super-Ion Conduction Path in All-Solid-State Li-Batteries: Flux Crystal Growth Concept as New Approaches to Material Fabrication & Design
voutetakisDr. Spyros Voutetakis, Center for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH), Greece
Smart Hybrid Systems Utilizing Renewable Energy


Support Tilos Project (finalist) in EU Sustainable Energy Awards

Tilos Island Project is one of the finalist in EU Sustanable Energy Awards. You can support the greek finalist by voting online here by June 14th!


Workshop's Poster


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