NESTNet Internationalization: Building Connections in Denmark and Germany

Picture of NESTNet delegates and colleagues at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

In March 2019, seven members of the NSERC Energy Storage Technology (NEST) Network travelled to Central Europe to visit researchers in Denmark and Germany.  The trip was part of the NEST Network’s broader internationalization strategy – to make connections with like-minded researchers world-wide to promote the sharing of information, to grow student mobility, and to augment collaborative scientific investigations.  Following the Network’s successful Missions to

NEST Network Mission to the United States

Canadian NESTNet delegates with US host, Imre Gyuk

During the last week of September 2018, five members of the NEST Network travelled to the United States in order to learn about energy storage research activities going on ‘south of the border’ and to identify areas for potential future cooperation. This trip was a key part of the Network’s broader internationalization strategy.

Trans-Atlantic Conversations on Energy Storage

Discussion at the Energy Storage Roundtable

I participated in the Canada-UK Energy Storage for Utility Applications Roundtable at Ryerson University’s Centre for Urban Energy last week (21 September 2017).  Supported by the NSERC Energy Storage Technology (NEST) Network and the British Consulate-General in Toronto, this meeting brought together more than 25 energy professionals from government, industry, research and other communities on both sides of the Atlantic