Join the Thomas Lowe Grey Annual lecture to discuss the future of pumped storage.
The transition of our power systems requires security, stability and sustainability, for which pumped storage is the best technology. Traditional pumped storage is dependent on the characteristics of its site, meaning it is often not optimally located may be uneconomic. The innovative LAPS concept, locating the scheme deep underground, enables grid scale pumped storage to be located anywhere to suit the system.
Attend this year's prestigious Thomas Lowe Gray lecture to hear how the conjoined operation of batteries, use of desalinated water and the new FELT financing concept provide great flexibility in delivering pumped storage at any location. This is a key opportunity to learn about innovations that allow it to be constructed anywhere, enabling pumped storage to support increased penetration of renewable generation on power systems across the globe.
This lecture is free to attend
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