KEY FACTS

UK’s no. 1 exhibition for professionals within the solar and clean energy industries Clean Energy Live / Solar Energy UK will open its doors for the 7th year from 4-6 October 2016 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK.

With over 200 of the world's leading solar, storage, renewable heat and energy management solution providers exhibiting and expectedly more than 4,600 visitors from 60+ countries, the exhibition promises to be a major platform for reflecting the rapid industry changes while offering excellent opportunities for networking and business development.

The International Battery & Energy Storage Alliance (IBESA) will enrich the show’s conference programme at the Energy Storage Theatre on Wednesday, 5 October (1.10 – 3.10 pm) and Thursday, 6 October (10.00 am – 1.00 pm) with exciting presentations and panel discussions on the hot topics of the European energy storage industry. 

In a nutshell, IBESA Storage Session aims at providing commercial energy users insights into current market potentials and challenges in order to drive the industry’s development. In addition, it serves as the platform of excellence to discuss current trends and challenges of energy efficiency, distribution and energy storage from various perspectives.

Register now for free to Clean Energy Live to get access to the Energy Storage Theatre.

DATE & TIME

ENERGY STORAGE IN EUROPE: RESIDENTIAL MARKET LANDSCAPE
Wednesday, 5 October 2016 | 1:10 pm – 3:10 pm

ENERGY STORAGE IN EUROPE: APPLIED RESEARCH & INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS
Thursday, 6 October | 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

LOCATION

Energy Storage Theatre
National Exhibition Centre (NEC)
Birmingham, United Kingdom

CONTACT

Angeline Rast
International Marketing Manager
Phone +49 (0) 228 97143-79 
rast[at]ibesalliance.org


Wednesday, 5 October 2016 | 1:10 pm – 3:10 pm

ENERGY STORAGE IN EUROPE: RESIDENTIAL MARKET LANDSCAPE

01:10 pm – 01:30 pm          The PV Storage Market in the UK and Germany – Insights from End Customers and Installers

       » How does the buying process and brand choice look like?

       » What are the main obstacles and drivers?

       Saif Islam, Senior Analyst, EuPD Research 
01:30 pm – 01:50 pm          Understanding the Dynamics of Energy Storage

       » How to sell storage?

       » What benefits and value propositions are essential to customers?  

       Martin Allman, Country Director UK, sonnen GmbH 
01:50 pm – 02:10 pm          Keynote: Changes and Opportunities – Future Policy for Storage

       » How to, and why should we expand the market for energy storage?

       » Market outlook – where is the UK heading through 2020?

       Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG, Minister of State for Energy and Intellectual Property
02:10 pm - 03:10 pm          Executive Panel Discussion: Bridging the Gap Between Status Quo and Strategic Objectives

       » 360 degree review of the residential market across key European markets

       » Finding common objectives and creating synergies 

       Moderator: Reza Shaybani, Chairman, British Photovoltaic Association (BPVA)
       Mats Karlström, VP Sales & Marketing, Ferroamp Elektronik AB Sweden
       Anthony Price, Director, Electricity Storage Network
       Charlie Vey, Business Development Manager, Powervault 
 

Thursday, 6 October | 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

ENERGY STORAGE IN EUROPE: APPLIED RESEARCH & INNOVATIVE APPLICATIONS

11:00 am – 11:30 am          Market Update – What Is the Landscape for Large-Scale Energy Storage in Europe

      » Which countries are seeing installations completed, and how does the pipeline look?

      » What are the drivers, and who are the biggest players?

      Sam Wilkinson, Senior Research Manager, Solar & Energy Storage, IHS Markit
11:30 am – 12:00 pm          Case Study: Importance of Testing E-Mobility Batteries under Real Life Conditions

       » Safety and reliability are pre-requisites of market penetration

       » Upfront testing under all climatic conditions saves cost on development and prevents negative impact on image

       » The influence of battery testing for e-mobility on stationary storage

       Andrea Bodenhagen, Marketing Director, Weiss Umwelttechnik GmbH

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm          Case Study: Energyhub System – Integrating PV, Storage and EV Charging Using DC Nanogrid Technology

      » Increased flexibility and scalability with power & energy efficiency focus

      » Combining benefits from multiple applications in one system

      » PV, wind, energy storage , EV charging, DC loads, smart meter and load control

      Mats Karlström, VP Sales & Marketing, Ferroamp Elektronik AB Sweden
 
12:30 pm – 01:00 pm          Case Study: Gigawatt Scale Storage for Gigawatt Scale Renewables

     » Issues with renewables and interconnectors

     » Scale and benefits of storage

     » Types of storage

     » GW scale storage options

       Mark Howitt, Director, Storelectric Ltd

01:00 pm – 02:00 pm          Executive Panel Discussion: Commercial and Utility Scale Projects as Drivers of the European Energy Storage Industry?

     » How will large-scale installations change the industry, and which business opportunities will the large-scale segment create?

     » Which possible business cases offer the highest potential, and which chances and challenges do commercial and utility scale

        energy storage systems offer?

     Moderator: David Pickup, Policy Manager, Solar Trade Association
     Chris Miles, Director, RES Distributed Energy
     Louis Shaffer, Distributed Energy Management, Segment Manager EMEA, Eaton Manufacturing LP
     Golo Wahl, Sr. Director Business Development Energy Segment, Flex

ORGANIZERS

International Battery & Energy Storage Alliance
EuPD Research
Joint Forces for Solar

HOST


MEDIA PARTNER

ees International | The Electrical Energy Storage Magazine