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Energy Storage Conference
6 - 7 May 2019
Energy Storage Conference
8 - 10 May 2019
Residential Energy Storage
6-7 May 2019
Rome
5 star rating
Energy Storage World Forum
8-10 May 2019
Separate Forum focussing on Large Scale Applications Only
Rome
5 star rating
MEET
60 EXPERT SPEAKERS
All Leaders In Energy Storage

We Are Europe’s 1st Conference
Dedicated Solely To Energy Storage Since 2010

Speakers Include

28Utilities

9Investors

8Regulators

7 C & I

5EPCs

SPEAKERS FORUM 2018

ARNIM WAUSCHKUHN

Arnim Wauschkuhn

Sales Director Engineering and Consulting Services
ENBW (GERMANY)
Martina Ciani Bassetti

Martina Ciani Bassetti

Project Manager - Energy Storage
ENEL Green Power (ITALY)
FELIX HALFMANN

Felix Halfmann

Business Development Manager - Energy Storage
VATTENFALL (GERMANY)
Etienne Gehain

Etienne Gehain

Head Of Corporate R&D Smart Energy & Environment
ENGIE (FRANCE)
STUART NORMAN

Stuart Norman

Solar & Storage Leader
E.ON (UK)
David Manning

David Manning

Managing Director
MIGSOLV DATA CENTRE (UK)
Camille Chapalain

Camille Chapalain

Group Energy Manager
CARREFOUR (BELGIUM)
Matthias Kittler

Matthias Kittler

Head of Strategy
ENERCITY (GERMAN UTILITY / STADTWERKE)

PAST KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Sir David King

Climate Change Envoy
UK GOVERNMENT

(The late) Hermann Scheer

Social Democrat member
GERMAN BUNDESTAG (GERMAN PARLIAMENT)

Basil Scarsella

CEO
UK POWER NETWORKS
Forum 1 - Residential Energy Storage Forum
14 – 15 May, 2018
Forum 2 - Energy Storage World Forum
Large Scale Grid Connected Applications Focus 16 – 18 May, 2018

Evaluating The Results From 20000 Residential Energy Storage Systems In Germany

  • What are the Key Performance Indicators To Monitor from 64 different values measuring every second?
  • Examining the results by evaluating price, size and manufacturers
  • What were the typical design choices and configurations bought by German consumers?
Kai-Philipp Kairies
Kai-Philipp KairieS
Kai-Philipp KairieS
Director Technical Consulting - Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems
RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY, (GERMANY)
 

Examining The Quality Impact On The Distribution Network With 70 Properties Using Residential Energy Storage

  • What type of services and incentives were possible for the residential customers
  • To what extent did the DNO have control from the battery unit in terms of peak shaving and demand response?
  • Evaluating 3 different battery technologies
Ismini Dimitriadou
Ismini Dimitriadou
Ismini Dimitriadou
Innovation Engineer
UK POWER NETWORKS, (UK)
 

Exploring Innovative Regulatory Frameworks That Will Attract Investments And Develop New Energy Storage Projects In Europe

  • Details on how a consistent plan at European level for the installation of storage is being developed
  • What time scales and what type of regulation on storage shall be expected in Europe and in which countries?
  • Exploring ways to give project developers confidence in supporting energy storage projects
Tudor Constantinescu
Tudor Constantinescu
Tudor Constantinescu
Principal Advisor To The Director General For Energy
EUROPEAN COMMISSION, (BELGIUM)
 

Applying Co-optimization Of Batteries To Improve Energy Arbitrage And Regulation Services

  • Evaluating different application combinations at different timescales
  • How to generate revenue and ensure a profit from multiple streams?
  • How to use multi-scale dynamic programming?
ARNIM WAUSCHKUHN
Arnim Wauschkuhn
Arnim Wauschkuhn
Sales Director Engineering and Consulting Services
ENBW, (GERMANY)
 

One Year Operations Of Energy Storage Pilot Projects In Italy: How Regulators And TSOs Can Work Together To Disseminate Results To Market Players

  • The regulatory rationale for pilot project of storage operated by a TSO
  • Energy-driven (NaS) and Power-driven (Li-ion) storage: applications: targets and main results
  • Time-shifting storage application and Dynamic Thermal Rating: comparing results
Rosario Polito
Rosario Polito
Rosario Polito
Head Of Innovation And Storage
TERNA, (ITALY)
 

WHAT’S DIFFERENT?

High scientific content, well targeted, perfect organization.

C.B, Expert Technical & Governance, Elia, Energy Storage World Forum Berlin

Probably the most interactive and well organized storage event on the calendar.

S.J, Sales Director, S&C, Energy Storage World Forum Berlin

Great topics, competent speakers, good networking: keep it like that.

P.R., TLC & SCADA Manager, FRI-EL, Energy Storage World Forum Berlin

Location

6-10 May 2019, Rome

Tickets

2 DAYS ONLY (A)
1,790.00 EUROS

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2 Days ONLY (B)
1,690.00 EUROS

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3 DAYS ONLY
2,290.00 EUROS

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MASTERCLASS ONLY
790.00 EUROS

Choose from Masterclass A or B (8th May 2019)  8th MAY – Ticket price 790 Euros or 500 Euros as a Package

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ENERGY STORAGE TECHNOLOGIES

THE LAST WORD ABOUT ENERGY STORAGE

Exploring new and innovative regulatory frameworks have long been a topic of discussion in the energy storage world – it’s a programme topic in this year’s Energy Storage World Forum. But while regulations fail to keep pace with new advances in the sector, how much is this holding back the adoption of energy storage technologies?

Lack of certainty holds back long term planning

Energy storage suffers from lack of regulatory certainty within the EU. While a number of member states – Germany and the UK especially – have made great strides in adoption levels, lack of consistency is a looming issue.

A key problem is that much regulation does not know where energy storage systems should be classed – when treated as a generation asset, this prohibits DNOs from owning or operating them. It also opens storage operators to being charged twice, for both charging and discharging.

The lack of clear regulatory frameworks makes long-term revenue forecasting a difficult affair for developers and keeps investors and financiers cautious.

The momentum of the energy storage market

While these regulatory conditions are not ideal for energy storage developers, the sector continues to grow as the technology matures and financing becomes easier to procure. Capital expenditure costs are falling and new avenues to market are opening, with grid ancillary services being the primary target for new developers. The UK’s National Grid have signalled that large changes to the grid-balancing services market are to come, further expanding energy storage opportunities.

Meeting the needs of end users and grid operators has seen large amounts of storage capacity installed both for grid-scale applications and behind-the-meter. As the benefits of resilience and flexibility become more apparent to potential investors and the business case for storage applications becomes more robust, demand and deployments will keep increasing. Dominique Jamme, Special Adviser to the President of the French Commission de Régulation de l’Énergie (CRE), opined that regulatory barriers are secondary to market barriers in much of Europe in ESWFs February Webinar.

Potential regulatory disparity

Falling costs and deployment benefits may have given energy storage an unstoppable momentum, but that does not mean that current regulatory frameworks are not hampering growth. Even now, growth is concentrated in a small number of countries – those where policy and regulations favour storage adoptions and recognise (or begin to recognise) it’s value. This effect is particularly noticeable in the United States, where regulatory differences between states have a clear effect on the amount of planned energy storage deployment.

Regulatory barriers are also identified as a hindrance to further energy storage projects by many in the field. In the UK, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Energy Storage claim that current government policy will reduce the storage capacity deployed by 2021 from a potential 12 GW to 8 GW. The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) have also stated that regulations must keep up with advances for the technology to flourish.

The benefits of energy storage for both end users and the grid have already reached a tipping point where costs are justified for many business cases – this trend shows no sign of stopping. Regulatory frameworks that recognise the value of the technology, coordinate advances throughout the European member states and give developers a consistent structure for long-term forecast are still necessary for optimum growth.

If you want to know more about this and other topics directly from end users of energy storage technologies join us at one of these energy storage conference: The Energy Storage World Forum (Grid Scale Applications), or The Residential Energy Storage Forum, or one of our Training Courses.

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