24 – 25 January 2024

The ECHO Project recently concluded its M12 General Assembly, held at the esteemed University of Nottingham in the UK. Over the course of two dynamic days, leading experts and researchers convened to explore groundbreaking advancements in thermal energy storage.

Amidst the day’s activities, participants enjoyed a captivating stroll through the University of Nottingham campus, gaining firsthand exposure to energy-sustainable housing initiatives. Later, the spotlight shone on WP4 presentations, with speakers such as Michele Bottarelli, Laura Fedele, and Sara Bordignon sharing innovative strides in lab-scale prototype construction and system design.

The event served as a testament to the project’s commitment to sustainability and the advancement of thermal energy storage technologies. As the journey continues, the ECHO Project remains steadfast in its mission to shape a greener, more sustainable future.

Stay tuned for further updates and developments from the ECHO Project!