The conclusions from the first workshop of the series inaugurated by the EERA initiative EM4I reflect on the importance of bringing Materials Science to the forefront of Europe's energy research landscape if we are to achieve the net-zero objectives.
On July 1st, EERA and its Joint Programmes on Nuclear Materials (JPNM), Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications (JP AMPEA), and Digitalisation for Energy (DfE) kicked off its virtual workshop series Energy Materials for Innovation (EM4I). In this inauguration workshop dedicated to Materials Discovery and Development, nine invited speakers from energy research and industrial communities across Europe presented a wide range of overarching issues for enabling accelerated materials research at the center of Clean Energy Transition.
As main conclusions, the experts participating in the workshop arrived at the following takeaways:
You can re-watch the event and the speakers interventions at this link.