Energy Storage (ECES TCP)

The ECES TCP develops and demonstrates advanced thermal and electrical energy storage technologies and encourages their use as standard engineering design options. 

Testing the efficiency gains and CO2 reductions from phase-change materials in building walls (Lleida, Spain).*


  • Distributed energy storage for the integration of renewable energy
  • Thermal energy storage for cost-effective energy management & CO2 mitigation
  • Energy storage with net zero energy buildings and districts
  • Modelling of energy storage for simulation/optimisation of energy systems
  • Flexible sector coupling
  • Material and component development for thermal energy storage
  • Quality management borehole thermal energy storage systems


Contracting Parties: 19

Sponsors: 1


* Photo courtesy of the University of Lleida

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