Join the search for the Holy Grail in sustainable energy

Energy storage is widely seen as the Holy Grail in sustainable energy systems. To enable a change to a low-carbon energy system, based on variable renewables, storage and flexibility are key.

This course is taught by a top energy expert, Robert Kleiburg, and dives into the technical, economic and legal aspects around energy flexibility and the available solutions, namely energy storage.

Includes an inside look into exemplary benefits of gas storage and innovative business models for energy storages in Europe, including underground gas storage (UGS) and power-to-gas (hydrogen storage).

How you benefit

  • Understand how storage and flexibility services will transform energy markets
  • See projects first-hand and interact with experts and peers
  • Identify new opportunities
  • Understand the potential role of hydrogen in energy systems

About the program

This highly intensive and practical course will put you up to speed on all aspects of the most difficult and crucial energy challenge today: storage and flexibility.

The programme provides an overview of what flexibility entails and why storage is a fundamental part of it, and inherently, of the grid. Day two of the programme dwells into the underground gas storage (UGS) business and has a virtual tour of the Hungarian Gas Storage facilities. Finally, the role of hydrogen in energy systems will be further discussed, also with representation from the hydrogen project HyStock.

Lecturer Robert Kleiburg has a wide and varied background in energy and energy storage. He worked in leading positions at Shell, at the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) and as independent entrepreneur with his own start-up company.

Topics

  • Energy system demand for flexibility: the flexibility gap
  • The flexibility roadmap
  • Innovative business models for energy storages in Europe
  • Cross-sectoral benefits of gas storage assets
  • The role of hydrogen in energy systems
  • The hydrogen project Hystock

What you learn

  • Strategic insight into the present and future roles of storage and flexibility in the energy system
  • Identify new opportunities and business models
  • Assess deployment of underground gas storages in the future energy system
  • Identify the impact on the electricity system and benefits of gas storage
  • Understand legal and regulatory aspects of European energy storage business

Who should attend

For professionals working in various parts of the energy value chain:

  • Strategic analysts and business developers at storage system operators (SSOs)
  • Energy traders and control service providers
  • Transmission system operators (gas and electricity)
  • Business analysts and energy analysts
  • Legal advisors and energy business consultants
  • (Renewable) energy producers
  • Regulators
  • Policymakers
Module 1
  • Lecture 1Monday 6 December 2021Time is to be determined Lecture 2Tuesday 7 December 2021Time is to be determined Lecture 3Wednesday 8 December 2021Time is to be determined
  • LocationBudapest, Hungary
Lecturer Flexibility and Energy Storage

Robert Kleiburg

Robert Kleiburg, MSc, was Chief Operations Officer at the Netherlands Energy Research Center (ECN) from 2011 to 2017. In 2017 he founded his own company, Recoy, whose mission is to accelerate the energy transition by helping customers increase their energy flexibility. Before he worked at Shell for 22 years, including as VP Strategy and Planning at Shell Renewables & Hydrogen.

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Course type
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Start
6 December 2021
End
8 December 2021
Location
Budapest, Hungary
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