ees Europe - Europe’s largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems
Dates June 22-24, 2016
Venue Messe München, Hall B1
Exhibitors 200+ (380 including Intersolar Europe´s energy storage exhibitors)
Area of focus Rechargeable Batteries, Energy Storage Systems, Charging
Technologies, Battery Production Equipment and Materials
Products and Solutions for Smart Renewable Energy
The accompanying programme for ees Europe, the continent’s largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems, offers visitors numerous opportunities to engage in discussion with industry experts and to find out about new products, services and solutions for innovative storage technologies.
The ees Forum features presentations on the topics of storage practices and e-mobility and renewable energies. In the Smart Renewable Energy Forum interested visitors can find out everything they need to know about the devices and communication technologies for the grid integration of photovoltaics and wind power. From June 22–24, 2016, exhibitors and visitors to Messe München are invited to network and discuss the latest market trends.
ees Forum – Experts under the spotlight
Presentations and panel discussions will fuel conversations among experts at the ees Forum, which focuses on ees exhibitor innovations, combining renewable energy and e-mobility as well as the topic of storage practices.
The programme also features a session exploring second life batteries and battery recycling. One of the highlights on June 22, 2016 is the presentation of the ees AWARD finalists beginning at 10:30am. Each year, the organisers present the award in recognition of out-standing innovations in energy storage technology. The winners will be announced at the subsequent award ceremony, at Intersolar Europe.
2nd Energy Storage Global Conference
Dates September 27-29, 2016
Venue Arsenal, European Quarter, Brussels
Based upon the success of the conference, the growing interest in the topic and its increasingly acknowledged relevance, EASE is proud to present the 2nd Energy Storage Global Conference, supported by the European Commission.
As in the previous edition, held in Paris in 2014, the three days will be devoted to a specific pillar of Energy Storage:
Day 1: Technology, including technical workshops and site visits to showcase the state-of-play of energy storage.
Day 2: Policy
Session 1: European energy market design to enable energy storage deployment
Session 2: Ownership of Energy Storage by regulated network operators
Session 3: International insights from Energy Storage policy
Session 4: Publicly funded research and innovation (R&I) for Energy Storage
Day 3: Market ‘pull’
Session 5: Best-practice business cases for Energy Storage deployment
Session 6: Self-consumption and Energy Storage behind-the-meter
Session 7: Energy Storage as an alternative to generation
Session 8: Energy Storage in the grid of the future