The call topic is open to different sources of innovation: material research, development and testing of a component, device or device cluster, simulation of systems or system components, etc. and the integration of the innovation in the energy system.
The topic addresses a multitude of different energy storage technologies and their combinations for enabling long duration (from several hours to months) energy storage and is explicitly open to all technology readiness levels (TRLs).
Further assessment of the EU energy storage needs (regardless of short or long-duration) are also strongly invited and encouraged.
Applicants from academia, research institutions, SMEs and industry are invited to apply.
The full information about this call and the application form can be found on the StoRIES website.
StoRIES Transnational Access
As part of the 64 accessible research facilities, free access to the following ECCSEL ERIC facilities can be applied for through the call:
|Full name||Short name||Operator/owner||City||Country||Info on StoRIES website||Info on ECCSEL website|
|BioReactors for deEP environments||Biorep||BRGM||Orléans||France||Biorep||Biorep|
|Micro/Nanofluidic laboratory||Nanomicro lab||CNRS-ISTO||Orléans||France||Nanomicro lab||Nanomicro lab|
|Geomicrobiology Laboratory||GML||BGS||Keyworth, Nottingham||UK||GML||GML|
|Photoelectrochemical lab||PEC lab||Sotacarbo Research Centre||Carbonia (Sardinia)||Italy||PEC lab||PEC lab|
|Zero Emission of Carbon with Mixed technologies||Zecomix||ENEA||Italy|
|ECCSEL Energy Fluid Lab||SINTEF Energy||Trondheim||Norway||Energy Fluid Lab|