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May 5 @ 7:00 AM - 8:00 AM UTC+0

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Webinar details

Regrettably, this webinar had to be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances. 

Thermal energy systems (TES) play a crucial role in the ongoing process that fosters greater integration among diverse energy systems, with the overarching goal of achieving a cleaner, more flexible, and sustainable utilization of energy resources. The widespread acknowledgment of the advantages of thermal energy storage underscores its potential to enhance the efficiency of energy systems, particularly in industrial applications. Thus, the focus of this topic is to review innovative practices in TES development and their applications in fostering sustainable development.

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Key takeaways from this webinar

  • Enhance understanding of thermal energy storage
  • Comprehensive insight to thermal energy storage applications
  • Future trends in thermal energy storage

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About the presenter

Dr. Lukmon Afolabi – EIT Lecturer

Dr. Lukmon Owolabi Afolabi is an innovative researcher with expertise in renewable energy studies, thermal energy storage, turbine machinery, nanotechnology, and syntactic foams. He has contributed to numerous refereed journals and conference proceedings, serving as a peer reviewer for reputable journals and actively participating as a co-auditor and guest editor. His primary focus lies in patenting and commercializing scientific research output for industry applications.

Dr. Lukmon has played a crucial role in various industrial projects and holds two registered patents with the Malaysia Intellectual Property Corporation, where he is recognized as a co-inventor. The patents include PI 2012700953 for a Solar Water Heater Integrated with PV/PCM Thermal Storage and PI 2013001609 for an Integrated Solar – Nano/PCM Water Heater.



May 5
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM UTC+0
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