2020 DOE Office of Electricity Energy Storage Annual Peer Review
The Office of Electricity (OE) annual Peer Review and Update Meeting is a programmatic review of projects funded by the DOE OE Energy Storage Program. The DOE OE Energy Storage Program includes a broad and comprehensive portfolio of projects covering storage technologies (e.g., advanced batteries, flywheels, electrochemical capacitors, CAES) for utility-scale and standalone applications, power electronics research, and modeling and analytical studies on reliability, performance, and economic benefits for grid integration and off-grid applications. The 2020 DOE Office of Electricity Energy Storage Program’s Annual Peer Review assembles researchers from all across the DOE landscape – National Laboratories, industry, government, and academia – to summarize the state of the art in energy storage research, development, and application. This year’s event will take place online.
This year the Peer Review Webinar, from 10 am to 5 pm daily (Eastern), Sept. 29-Oct. 1, will include more than 50 technical presentations, more than 100 posters, and a dozen roundtable panels and keynote talks. ESA CEO Kelly Speakes-Backman will deliver the Keynote Address on Wednesday, September 30. ESA’s VP of Research and Programs, Marc Chupka, will also speak on the Electrification Roundtable on Thursday, October 1.