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The IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2) is the flagship conference sponsored by the IEEE Smart Cities Initiative.

The ability to store large amounts of electrical energy is of increasing importance with the growing fraction of electricity generation from intermittent renewable sources such as wind and solar. Solid-electrode batteries are drained far too soon, when discharged at their rated power, to economically fill the gaps in photovoltaic or wind temporal power profiles. Flow batteries show promise because the designer can independently scale the power (electrode area) and energy (arbitrarily large storage volume) components of the system by maintaining all electro-active species in fluids.

The world’s most well-known conference in the field of hydrogen energy and fuel cells of the IAHE (International Association for Hydrogen Energy)


Founded in 1983, the European Materials Research Society (E-MRS) now has more than 3,200 members from industry, government, academia and research laboratories, who meet regularly to debate recent technological developments of functional materials. ARES participate within the researcher Alessio Paris, presenting the results achieved in the project MaDelENA.


Europe is facing a growing energy demand, volatile prices and supply problems. It is also necessary the reduction of the environmental impact of the energy sector. In this seminar - held in Italian - the results of a case study for a new energy strategy at disctirc level ( an entire valley in Trentino - Val di Non) will be presented


ARES will participate at KLIMAHOUSE 2016


European Fuel Cell Technology & Application - Piero Lunghi Conference


ARES participate with the project STAR at the two days meeting of the ITPAR Scientific Committee inside the India – Trento Program for Advanced Research ITPAR III (2012-2015)


EDEN project results were selected for oral presentation at the next FCH JU Programme Review Days


Luigi Crema has been invited to present research activities of the ARES unit at the 3rd Dresden Conference "Energy in Future"