Energy Storage and its Applications

The ground-breaking Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Storage and its Applications at the Universities of Sheffield and Southampton opened in October 2014, funded by the EPSRC, to tackle industrial challenges and develop new technologies and skills that will enable the UK to meet its low carbon targets.

Outputs from Cohort 1


What are Smart Grid Optimised Buildings? Andreas Georgakarakos, Martin Mayfield & Steve Jubb, Department of Civil & Structural Engineering, University of Sheffield, Craig Wootton, Building Services Surveyor University of Sheffield, and Alex Buckman, Energy Technologies Institute. Living and Sustainability: An Environmental Critique of Design and Building Practices, Locally and Globally,Volume: AMPS Publication Series 9

A simple, fast and accurate in-situ method to measure the rate of transport of redox species through membranes for lithium batteries. Nina Meddings, .John R.Owen, Nuria Garcia-Araez, Chemistry, University of Southampton. Accepted August.2017

Comparative analysis of domestic and feeder connected batteries for low voltage networks with high photovoltaic penetration. George Hilton & Andrew Cruden, Faculty of Engineering and the Environment, University of Southampton, and Jeremy Kent, Swanbarton Limited, The Old Cake House, The Dairy Farm, Pinkney, Wiltshire SN16 0NX. Accepted July.2017

Project videos and posters from year 1 of the training programme:

3 Minute Thesis Presentations from the CDT Conference Sep.16

3 Minute Thesis PDF (for videos above)