3th Clean-Tech Day

Program Overview

Coordinator Gustavo Ernesto Caceres Salazar
Expert in thermal energy storage at high temperature

8h30 – 9h00 : Registration

9h00 – 9h15: Opening speech

9h15 – 9h45 : Introduction: importance of renewable energies storage: Existing and future solutions, advantages. Why thermal energy storage is essential?
Dr Elena PALOMO, Laboratoire TREFLE- Chef du projet de stockage thermique CNRS. Bordeaux. France

9h45–10h15: Thermo chemical storage of heat
Dr Wim VAN HELDEN, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands - Renewable Heat R&D consultant- Netherland

10h15 – 10h45 : Coffee break
10h45 - 11h15 :
High capacity, high power cold storage for environnementally sound comfort cooling
Dr Viktoria MARTIN, Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering - KTH, Stockholm, Sweden

11h15 – 11h45 : Use of Phase Change Materials in buildings
Dr Luisa CABEZA, PhD in Industrial Engineering - Professor on thermal engineering - Laboratoire CRETESOS, Spain

11h45 – 12h15 : Vision of the renewable energy development in Chile:needs and influence of the new high qualified technical experts
Gustavo Cáceres CRUZ, National Director of Higher Technical Education, Ministry of Education, Chile

12h15 – 14h00 : Lunch

14h00 – 14h30 : Thermal energy storage for industrial process and solar thermal power plants
Dr. Rainer TAMME, Ph.D. in solid state and inorganic chemistry - Head of "Thermal Process Technology" department at the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics of the German AerospaceCenter, Stuttgart, Germany

14h30 - 15h00 : Ceramics and ceramics composites for high temperature energy storage
Dr Franziska SCHEFFLER, Full professor for industrial chemistry at the Chemical institute Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research (ZAE Bayern), Germany

15h00 - 15h30 : Heat transfert enhancement of thermal storage using porous materials
Dr Changying Zhao, Ph.d, School of Engineering, Associate Professor University of Warwick– England

15h30 – 16h00 : Coffee Break

16h00 - 16h30 :
Towards sustainable energy storage materials and systems for solar power plants
Dr Xavier PY, Doctorat de l’INPL - Professeur Associé à l’Institut International d’Ingénierie de l’Eau et de l’Environnement - Laboratoire PROMES-CNRS, University of Perpignan, France

16h30 – 17h00 : Closing discussion : Companies setting up prospects related to thermal energy storage


Time & location:

Technopole Bordeaux Montesquieu- 1, allée Jean Rostand – 33650 MARTILLAC – France
8 October 2009
8:30 a.m to 6 p.m

Registration desk:

Registration fee:

Full price participants: 85€ TTC (71,07HT)
Students and jobless participants: 35€ HT (29,26HT)

"Guest registrations" are only for people who have received an official invitation from the Organisation Committee. Guests must register on line after they receive their invitation.

Method of Payment :

Payment of the registration fee can be made by one of these methods:

Bank transfer to:
BNP Paribas Bordeaux St GenesCode banque 30004 – code agence : 00321
N° de compte : 000100 87413 – clé RIB 07
IBAN: FR76 3000 4003 2100 0100 8741 307

Cheque, made payable to : Journée des Eco Technologies and sent at:
Sud Congrès Conseil / JET 2009 - 162, cours du Maréchal Gallieni 33400 Talence France

Full payment is required to confirm your registration
Registration deadline: September 25th, 2009 after this date the desk registration can not ensure available seats.

Cancellation Policy :

For cancellations received up to and including 15 September 2009, a cancellation fee of €35 TTC will be charged.
For cancellations received on and after 15 September 2009, no refund will be given and full payment is required.

Name changes are not accepted, unless the participant is from the same company.

Passport and Visa :

Advance travel planning and early visa application are important, since visa applications are subject to a greater degree of scruting than in the past. It is strongly suggested that all attendees contact their local embassy to determine the travel document they will need to visit France.