报告题目:压缩空气储能


梅生伟教授

清华大学


简介:

梅生伟,青海大学副校长、青海大学新能源学院院长、清华大学电机系教授、IEEE Fellow、 IET Fellow、 中国电机工程学会会士、中国自动化学会会士、中国杰出青年基金获得者、教育部长江学者特聘教授、基金委创新群体学术带头人、青海省昆仑学者、中国储能示范工程首席科学家。主要从事电力系统鲁棒控制、大电网灾变防治,新能源电力系统和大规模储能等领域的研究。主持基金委、973、中国科技支撑计划等项目30余项。发表期刊论文476篇(其中SCI论文收录262篇),出版著作12部(其中英文著作2部),他引2万余次,获授权发明专利138项。中国自然科学二等奖1项、中国科技进步二等奖1项及省部级一等奖12项。


提纲:

《江苏金坛盐穴压缩空气储能电站:技术研究与工程实践》:(1)项目背景;(2)总体思路;(3)主要技术内容;(4)工程实践与应用;(5)成果与创新;(6)知识产权与评价;(7)推广与应用前景。





报告题目:轨道交通无线供电关键技术及展望


何正友教授

西南交通大学


简介:

何正友,西南交通大学教授、博士生导师,长期从事轨道交通与能源电力系统的安全可靠与稳定高效供电技术研究,现任西南交通大学智慧城市与交通学院院长。入选了教育部长江学者特聘教授,中国杰出青年基金获得者、万人计划领军人才、科技部中青年领军人才,享受国务院特殊津贴。现为IET Fellow、中国电工技术学会理事、中国电机工程学会电工数学专业委会副主任委员。获得中国科技进步二等奖2项、省部级科技奖励5项。





报告题目:钠离子电池储能


胡勇胜教授

中国科学院物理研究所


简介:

Transportation is responsible for approximately 20-25% of global fossil CO2 emissions, and heavy vehicles for approximately 5% of global emissions. Many companies are developing electrified vehicles. For trucks batteries will be used mostly for shorter distances while probably fuel cells with Hydrogen as fuel for longer distances. In Europe major manufacturers are building charging infrastructure jointly to speed up this transition. For trains we already have some 30% of the lines electrified but see a huge potential to add batteries to the trains to replace need for diesel engines for shorter distances. For mining industries there is a huge improvement with electric vehicles instead of diesel to avoid the need to ventilate dangerous combustion gases. Still there is a small risk for fires from overheated batteries which needs to be addressed. A discussion is also made about interaction between transportation and industrial use of hydrogen and the possibility for large scale storage in especially steel industry. Hydrogen produced from wind and solar could be stored and used also for other applications when there is a lack of wind and sun. Finally secondary life of batteries is discussed before the final recycling of the battery system materials.





报告题目:Application of batteries for heavy vehicles in Europe – trucks, mining and trains


埃里克·达尔基斯特教授

梅拉达伦大学


简介

Transportation is responsible for approximately 20-25% of global fossil CO2 emissions, and heavy vehicles for approximately 5% of global emissions. Many companies are developing electrified vehicles. For trucks batteries will be used mostly for shorter distances while probably fuel cells with Hydrogen as fuel for longer distances. In Europe major manufacturers are building charging infrastructure jointly to speed up this transition. For trains we already have some 30% of the lines electrified but see a huge potential to add batteries to the trains to replace need for diesel engines for shorter distances. For mining industries there is a huge improvement with electric vehicles instead of diesel to avoid the need to ventilate dangerous combustion gases. Still there is a small risk for fires from overheated batteries which needs to be addressed. A discussion is also made about interaction between transportation and industrial use of hydrogen and the possibility for large scale storage in especially steel industry. Hydrogen produced from wind and solar could be stored and used also for other applications when there is a lack of wind and sun. Finally secondary life of batteries is discussed before the final recycling of the battery system materials.



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