CAPTure Workshop at the European Utility Week & Powergen Europe 2019

1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 PARIS, France

Room: Espace 2000 – MR A (in red)

On Tuesday 12 November CAPTure – Competitive Solar Power Towers project is organising a workshop dedicated to the value and role of Concentrated Solar Power for the future power grid with high shares of renewables. The workshop is an opportunity to learn more about the dispatchability due to cost effective thermal energy storage. The workshop is an opportunity to learn more about the dispatchability due to cost effective thermal energy storage, and to share your views and experience. After presenting CAPTure project results, a discussion will take place to exchange views with other three H2020 funded projects: CROSSBOW, GRIDSOL and SOCRATCES.

  • Would you like to know more on how to reduce costs of concentrated solar power (CSP)?
  • Are you interested in learning how to increase plant efficiencies and reduce levelized cost of electricity (LCOE)?
  • You also take part of a project on CSP and would like to exchange your views with us?

If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of the questions above, this workshop is for you!

Would you like to join us?

Get your free visitor pass or a summit pass with a 25% reduction here

Send an email to lain@eurec.be to confirm your participation to the workshop by 11 November 2019

Practical info

The workshop is organised by CAPTure’s consortium the first day of POWERGEN  and the European Utility Week , co-located events from 12 to 14 November 2019. CAPTure project has taken this double opportunity to participate as exhibitor at the EU Project Zone (booth M70.I1) and as organiser of this workshop.

Venue: same as the European Utility Week & Powergen Europe 2019

PARIS EXPO PORTE DE VERSAILLES
1 Place de la Porte de Versailles, 75015 PARIS, France

CAPTure Workshop Room: Espace 2000 – MR A (in red inside the floor plan)
Room located on the first floor above the entrance of the show/registration area. The meeting rooms are accessible via the stairs or elevator when you enter the exhibition on your left-hand side.