UK-Korea study on energy storage

CLCF has led an FCO-funded comparative analysis of the evolution of the UK and Korean energy systems, assessing the potential role for energy storage and the opportunities for academic and industrial collaboration. The study kicked-off with a workshop in Seoul in May 2013, and culminated in a report launch in July 2014 at Chatham House. The work will also provide input to a study which will focus more attention on the policy, market and investment conditions that will be necessary for these technologies to be deployed globally. 

New Report: 'Energy Storage in the UK and Korea: Innovation, investment and co-operation' - 14th July 2014

As a result of research carried out by Dr Jonathan Radcliffe (CLCF) and Professor Peter Taylor (University of Leeds), a report has been produced which explores where complementary strengths and needs exist between the UK and Korea in the area of energy storage. 

Access the full report in PDF by clicking here

Please click the links below to access the report's appendices:


UK-Korea report launch at Chatham House

The UK Korea report launch took place at The Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House, London on 14th July 2014.

All presentations are available in PDF format via the links below:

Energy Storage: Introduction and Background Jonathan Radcliffe - CLCF and University of Birmingham

Energy Storage in the UK and Korea: Report Summary Peter Taylor - University of Leeds

Energy Storage in Korea Jin Chang Soo - Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning

Energy Storage Research and Development in China Yulong Ding - University of Birmingham

Global Issues: Energy Storage Investment and Policy Questions Antony Froggat - Chatham House

UK Policy and the Global Apollo Programme Sir David King - FCO Special Representative for Climate Change


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