Call for papers! Workshop with the Vlerick Business School 30th Nov. 2018
On 30 November 2018, EASE is co-hosting a workshop with the
@Vlerick Business School and @H2020STORY project on Business Models and Regulation for Energy Storage. The call for papers has just been published! Discover more: http://www.vlerick.com/cfp-bmrs
Seminar on business models and regulation for storage
Seminar co-organized by Vlerick Business School, the European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) and STORY, under the scientific supervision of: Prof Dr Leonardo Meeus, Vlerick Business School and Florence School of Regulation at RSCAS (EUI)
The H2020 STORY project demonstrates how energy storage can be used and integrated into current power systems. In a framework where different actors can use storage assets it is essential to identify the business models and regulation that make storage sustainable. How can users at a residential, industrial and network level make use of storage? What are the different use cases and how can these services be remunerated? What are the necessary interactions with market participants or suppliers? How does the regulatory framework shape these interactions?
The aim of the seminar is to provide a platform for researchers and industry players working on business models and regulation for storage to meet and discuss the state of the art in the integration of storage technologies.
Authors are solicited to contribute to the seminar by submitting unpublished working papers, opinions, or articles that address the topic defined. No specific discipline limit is envisaged.
Interested? Here is all you need to know to participate and join other researchers from all over Europe!
Business model innovation and regulation for the integration of storage technologies.
Date and Venue:
Seminar date: November 30th 2018
Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Venue: Vlerick Business School, Avenue du Boulevard 21, 1210 Brussels, Belgium.
- Submission deadline: 15 September, 2018 (11:59 pm CET; UTC +01:00).
- Notification of acceptance: 30 September, 2018.
- Additional details:
- All the submissions might be written in English.
- Co-authored papers will be considered.
- There is no specific template that needs to be used for the papers nor any specific constraints for the length and format of the paper.
- The best papers will be selected for presentation at the seminar and published in a handbook that will be made available through the EU online library. No registration fee will apply. Upon request, travel expenses may be partially covered for top-quality submissions.
- Non-selected candidates might still be invited to the seminar based on the quality of their submission.
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