The UK Energy Storage Consortium (ESC) was launched on 1 April 2014 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) as part of the SUPERGEN Initiative, and is scheduled to run until March 2010. Its aims are to accelerate development of energy storage systems, and to provide strategies for their rapid implementation into the UK energy sector. The energy storage systems being investigated are Lithium ion batteries, Flow batteries and Supercapacitors.

SUPERGEN Industry Open Meeting in Oxford May 2013

SUPERGEN brings together some of the UK’s leading academics to investigate and overcome the hurdles involved in transforming energy storage. The meeting on 22nd May 2013 will take place in Oxford. The program includes the fundamental study, scale-up and hybridisation of lithium batteries, supercapacitorsand redox flow batteries with the aim of creating the next generation of energy storage [...]

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