The inevitable transition to the electric society, 2: Energy storage

Datum: 2022-06-08

Tid: 09:00 - 11:50

Adress: Lilla Frescativägen 4A, Stockholm

Lokal: Beijer Hall, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

The inevitable transition to the electric society, 2: Energy storage

Organised by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

The Royal Swedish Academy organises a series of three seminars on the theme “The inevitable transition to the electric society”. As a common theme for large parts of Sweden’s energy and technology transformation, electricity appears as a general basis, both for energy production, energy storage, distribution and as fuel. The purpose of the planned seminars is to shed light on the various technologies and options for action that are available in the creation of the future energy system. Both technical, economic, environmental and social science aspects will be addressed, from a Swedish as well as an international perspective.

Each theme is divided into three sub-areas, and will be addressed at three different seminar occasions. There are separate registrations for each seminar:

We plan to record and live-stream the seminars for those who cannot attend in person. You can watch it on our startpage, on

8 June: Energy Storage


Welcome remarks
Göran Andersson, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

Role of storage in future energy systems
William D’heaseleer, KU Leuven, Belgium

Q/A with the speaker

Coffee break

Energy Storage using Power-to-X
Thomas Schmidt, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Q/A with the speaker

Future of battery technology
Daniel Brandell, Uppsala University, Sweden

Q/A with the speaker

Closing of the symposium followed by lunch

The symposium is organised by The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, with financial support from The Wenner-Gren Foundations and The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF).

For the safety of all attendees, we expect that all participants in the symposium are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences follows The Public Health Agency of Swedens guidelines regarding the spread of covid-19. This means that events at short notice can be changed or adapted. The information on is continuously updated, and registered participants will be notified by e-mail of any changes as soon as possible. 

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Peter Brandén
Program Coordinator