EESAT 2022 – Energy Storage Transforming the Grid
The 11th IEEE Electrical Energy Storage Applications and Technologies (EESAT) 2022 will be held November 7-9, 2022, at the AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center in Austin, TX.
EESAT has been the premier technical forum for presenting advances in energy storage technologies and applications since 2000. This forum is now sponsored by the IEEE Energy Storage and Stationary Battery (ESSB) Committee, under the IEEE Power and Energy Society, with continuing support from the DOE Office of Electricity and the national laboratories.
The technical program will highlight advances in electricity storage technologies including new battery chemistries, such as flow, sodium, zinc, and other battery designs, flywheels, hydrogen storage, PS, CASE, and novel approaches such as demand response as storage programs. At the same time, the forum will highlight advances in power conversion systems that make grid scale as well as distributed/renewable energy storage more efficient and effective; promote advances in energy management and device management systems that maximize value while enabling safe and reliable operation; and finally, discuss advances in markets, standards, and policy that unlock energy storage as a critical enabler of the energy transition.
The Conference will feature a special opening Plenary kickoff session that includes a reception dinner as well as updated technology (or technical) presentations, panels and optional tutorials by experts on these grid and grid interactive energy storage technologies and applications. This conference aims to foster a multi-discipline, systems oriented, collaborative environment for energy storage researchers and professionals engaged in the technical aspects of energy storage to share ideas and find collaborative ways to solve big problems together. We will cultivate a community of practice around energy storage research that cuts across the boundaries that normally divide technical societies and journals.
The goals of EESAT seek to address the major aspects of grid-related electrical energy storage including the technology itself and how it is used in the real world to solve problems, improve grid resilience, and make the grid a cleaner, more efficient, more resilient, and more equitable system.