Energy Storage News

Investing in green infrastructure

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) continues to announce new funding opportunities under the Green Infrastructure Phase II initiative, which includes a Smart Grid Demonstration and Deployment Program to enable emission reductions, and growth in Canada’s clean tech economy.

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35th Edition of Québec Mines Conference

On November 21, at 14h00, Jean-Yves Huot and Christina Bock (NRC) will co-chair a technical session entitled "The Relationship between mines and lithium -ion" and deliver a talk on LiBTec, the NRC’s industrial R&D group for Li-ion technologies.

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JUST RELEASED! 2017 Update

The EASE-EERA Technology Development Roadmap on Energy Storage has now been released (2017 Update).

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Assessing the rapidly changing world of energy storage

As anyone who follows forecasts for electricity system development can attest, future opportunities for energy storage technologies appear to be exciting and abundant. According to Navigant Research, the global market for energy storage (ES) is expected to increase from $1.3B in 2016 to $16.5B in 2024. What is not widely agreed upon is which technologies will be in a position to seize the lion's share of those opportunities, what it will take to bring those technologies to the point where they can demonstrate the optimal cost, performance, and safety attributes when the market comes calling, and how future projections for these attributes can be objectively compared.

Take Power-to-Gas (P2G) as an example...

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Opportunities

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Technology Development Matrix

Join the NRC's collaborative initiative focused on linking market needs to technology attributes and to key technical parameters in a consistent, comparable way.

We are currently looking for new partners, across the energy storage supply chain, for this project and more:

Opportunities for collaboration

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Funding

Funding is currently available to support the energy storage value chain in Canada, including:

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Suzanne Morrison, Client Relationship Leader
Telephone: 604-221-3019
Email: Suzanne.Morrison@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

Reports

Read recent reports produced by the Energy Storage for Grid Security and Modernization program:

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Suzanne Morrison, Client Relationship Leader
Telephone: 604-221-3019
Email: Suzanne.Morrison@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

Events

We will be attending these events and more. Will you be there? Let's connect.

November

Quebec Mines
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Quebec City, QC

March

PDAC 2018 Convention
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Toronto, ON

March

Globe
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Vancouver, BC

Contact

Suzanne Morrison, Client Relationship Leader
Telephone: 604-221-3019
Email: Suzanne.Morrison@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca

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