• Get to know the different techniques of energy storage
  • Learn why energy storage is crucial in the energy transition


The availability of energy storage is essential for the large-scale application of renewable energy sources such as solar energy and wind energy. Storage is necessary to bridge the differences between energy demand and supply patterns. Surpluses in supply must be stored, shortages must be replenished. This could play on very different time scales: from less than a second to a season. Geothermal storage, hydrogen storage or batteries seem the most viable options. But how far are the techniques? And what is needed for further development? Join us and find out!

Maria Xylia (Sweden)

Maria Xylia is a senior energy systems analyst at Sweco Sweden with experience in the field of planning, policymaking and modelling of energy and transport systems. Maria holds a PhD in Energy Technology from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, specialising in optimisation of charging infrastructure placement. Her key competence areas include transport system analysis from the energy perspective, energy efficiency and energy storage technologies.