- research programme
Objective is to illustrate the advances in the technologies and processes for generating renewable electricity (from solar and wind energy, biomass etc.), highlighting the options to manage the power flow and store electricity. The main technologies and challenges for deploying efficient “Power to X” (X = Fuels or Power) chains are explained, with attention to the interconversion between electricity and hydrogen and on the key role of this energy vector in distributing renewable energies wherever needed with the highest flexibility and security for the energy system.
Organizations: University of Udine (Italy) and International Centre of Mechanical Sciences (CISM)
Coordinators: Prof. Marta Boaro (University of Udine, Italy), Prof. Massimo Santarelli (Polytechnic of Turin, Italy); Prof. Robert Steinberger-Wilckens (University of Birmingham, UK)
Attendance: addressed to the new generation of engineers (BS/MS and PhD student), scientists, economists and professionals involved in energy sectors. It can be attended in presence or online
Lecture language: English
Udine, Italy; Palazzo del Torso, Piazza Garibaldi 18- International Cneter of Mechanical Sciences