14th Energy Storage World Forum Programme

19 - 20 May 2021, (ONLINE)
14th ESWF BERLIN PROGRAMME

Chairman’s Opening Remarks

Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Associate Director
IHS Markit, (UK)
 

Analysing What New Business Models Are Possible For Energy Storage – A Regulator’s Perspective

  • Analysing the right economic and pricing models
  • Examining the policies that will provide compensation and incentives to utilities
  • Developing rate structures that minimise average costs of the system
Tudor Constantinescu
Tudor Constantinescu
Principal Advisor To The Director General For Energy
European Commission, (Belgium)
 

UTILITY: Decarbonising The Energy Sector Using Future Integrated Energy Systems With More Intermittency, Flexibility And Coupled Infrastructures

  • Examining the future energy infrastructure with coupled energy sectors and chances due to digitalization
  • Combining individual energy sectors (electricity, heat, mobility) to maximise the efficient use of intermittent renewable energy
  • Using small-scale flexibility, battery energy storage systems and power-to-x technologies in order to minimize the need of network development
Friedrich Kunz
Friedrich Kunz
Advisor Market Development
TENNET, (GERMANY)
 

UTILITY: Case Study And Results: Ensuring Independence Of The Ukrainian Power Systems And The Transition Into More Renewables In New Caledonia

  • Analysis of electricity mix, main challenges to overcome and replacing conventional generation with battery storage to optimize Renewable Energy System (RES) penetration
  • Modeling energy management strategies and role for dynamic system stability
  • Calculating the best technical options and battery capacity that will provide the highest cost efficiency
Eric Morelle
Eric Morelle
Project Manager
RTE INTERNATIONAL, (FRANCE)
 

Energy Transition: Understanding And Resolving Technical Challenges Affecting Utilities Through Storage Solutions

  • Identifying the risks impacting utilities including the intermittent nature of renewable energy and the vulnerability of energy infrastructure
  • Analysing technology issues and applications (renewable integration, energy shifting, renewables curtailment avoidance, frequency response)
  • Ensuring availability & reliability of storage technologies, scalability and cost-efficiencies
Daniel Greten
Daniel Greten
Head of Sales - Overseas Storage
TRINA SOLAR , (Germany)
 

UTILITY: How To Integrate More Solar + Storage Installations Into Distribution Grids Using Autonomous Power Control For PV And Storage

  • Determining need for active and reactive power control during drive for intermittent power generation
  • Examining strategies for independent and simultaneous control of active and reactive power
  • Comparing technical requirements and field performance of autonomous active and reactive power control
David Safar
David Safar
Member of Board of Directors
E.ON, (Czech Republic )
 

UTILITY: Improving Forecasting And Decision-Aid Tools To Accurately Predict And Manage High Volumes Of Renewable Energy Generation

  • Identifying requirements for forecasting technologies to enable near 100% RES penetration
  • Streamlining the process of getting optimal value from data and forecasts
  • Utilising energy storage to flatten forecasting errors
Ricardo Santos
Ricardo Santos
Associate Director Innovation Department
EDP , (Portugal)
 
Simon Camal
Simon Camal
Research Engineer
ARMINES MINES PARISTECH, (France)
 

CASE STUDY: Analysing How Energy Storage Systems (ESS) Equipped With Mature Controls Can Be Used To Deliver Grid-Forming Capabilities

  • How to use AI and real-time data analytics to optimise the technical and commercial performance of batteries with energy management technology
  • Understanding the benefits of machine learning for the intelligent management of large-scale ESS for multi-application solutions
  • Evaluating results from hybridised energy storage deployments providing crucial capacity across Germany and the UK
Jan Andersson
Jan Andersson
Market Development Manager
WÄRTSILÄ , (FINLAND)
 

C&I: Evaluating The New Value Opportunities That Renewables And Energy Storage Bring To Aluminium Smelting

  • Fort William Case Study: Analysing the revenue model of an aluminium smelter powered by 100% renewable energy
  • Examining changing wholesale energy costs and how that impacts aluminium manufacturing
  • Evaluating the potential ROI and environmental impact from investments in renewable energy and recycling and casting facilities
Steven Edwards
Steven Edwards
Power Business Development
SIMEC GROUP , (UK)
 

UTILITY: Increasing The Operating Flexibility Of Energy Supply And Ancillary Services By Integrating A Thermal Energy Storage System In A Combined Cycle Gas Power Plant

  • Developing an innovative thermal storage system to be installed in a combined cycle gas power plant
  • Assessing the capabilities of this system in providing flexible energy supply and ancillary services to the grid
  • Comparing the benefits provided such as load shifting and increased ramp up/down speeds to those of traditional storage systems
Pasquale Salza
Pasquale Salza
Head of Long Duration Storage & Hybrid Systems
ENEL, (ITALY)
 

UTILITY: Evaluating Potential Business Models For The Production Of 100% Green Hydrogen Through Electrolysis And Its Effectiveness In Storing Surplus Power And Grid Balancing

  • Analysing the expected market perspectives and new hydrogen value chain
  • How to select appropriate customer segments that will lead to higher adoption rates?
  • Facilitating distribution of decentralized generation by using hydrogen storage for re-electrification
Wolfgang Pell
Wolfgang Pell
Group Representative Innovation Participation
VERBUND, ( Austria)
 

UTILITY: Utilising Liquid Ammonia For Cost-Effective Storage And Distribution Of Large Quantities Of Renewable Energy

  • Assessing the role of ammonia as a hydrogen carrier at large scale compared to other technologies
  • Optimising the ammonia decomposition process
  • Defining key markets and commercialisation pathways for using liquid ammonia to store and distribute renewable energy
Camel Makhloufi
Camel Makhloufi
Key Expert Hydrogen Lab
ENGIE, (FRANCE)
 

PANEL DISCUSSION: Maximising The Value Of Renewable Energy Sources By Integrating Co-Located Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS)

  • Identifying possible use cases and revenue streams that co-located BESS can tap into
  • Determining the most profitable value stack and quantifying potential earnings
  • Regulatory recommendations that could help to increase the value that co-located BESS can generate
Nelson Nsitem
Nelson Nsitem
Decentralized Energy Analyst
BLOOMBERGNEF, (UK)
 
Till Brüggemann
Till Brüggemann
BU Solar & Battery
VATTENFALL, (Germany)
 
Tancredi Peraino
Tancredi Peraino
Project Manager - Hybrid Power Systems
AKUO ENERGY, (FRANCE)
 
Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Associate Director
IHS Markit, (UK)
 

Chairman Opening Address

Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Associate Director
IHS Markit, (UK)
 

UTILITY: How Will Second Life Batteries Compete With First Life Battery Energy Storage Systems?

  • Building a business model that ensures second life batteries always have a lower cost than the falling prices of first life batteries
  • Examining all possible uses of second life batteries and making sure its cost is justified by the services provided
  • Ensuring a secure supply of used batteries, a capable and efficient production line and proper supply chain to deliver second life batteries to the masses
Dr. Julian Marschewski
Dr. Julian Marschewski
Strategic Development
RWE GENERATION SE, (GERMANY)
 

UTILITY: Investigating The Techno-Economic Viability Of Integrating Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) In The Interconnected Systems For Operating Reserves Or Providing Services To The Grid

  • Analysing large scale BESS integration on interconnected islands for operating reserves
  • Understanding how large scale BESS can optimise the provision of grid services
  • Establishing TSO/DSO coordination for the participation of BESS in the TSO ancillary services markets. What are the benefits for a TSO?
Marios Sousounis
Marios Sousounis
Research Engineer
ADMIE, (GREECE)
 

Investigating Global Stationary Energy Storage Market Trends And Recent Lithium-Ion Battery Projects Deployed In US & Europe

  • Examining recent lithium-ion projects in key markets such as a 55MWh deployment in USA & 20MWh deployment in Europe
  • Analysing recent developments and identifying future opportunities in the lithium iron phosphate battery market
  • Long-term market trends and opportunities for Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries
Yi Dai
Yi Dai
Marketing Director
NARADA ENERGY NETWORK, (China)
 

UTILITY: Analysing The Technical, Economic And Regulatory Requirements Of Deploying Large Scale Battery Energy Storage

  • What factors need to be evaluated when deploying large-scale BESS for arbitrage and ancillary services?
  • Examining ways to overcome the technical barriers faced during installation, operation & maintenance of battery energy storage systems
  • Analysing the most commercially viable business models and how to ensure profitability
Ivan Androcec
Ivan Androcec
Head of Investment Strategy & New Technologies
HEP, (CROATIA)
 

Building A Flexible Business Model That Allows Energy Storage Assets To Perform Multiple Use Cases Simultaneously

  • Introducing adaptive control as a key component to make battery storage more commercially viable
  • Identifying the most profitable & feasible combination of revenue streams
  • Establishing a priority order in which multiple tasks are executed in a manner that yields the highest reward to a BESS operator
Mohammad Maaz
Mohammad Maaz
Sales Engineer
FREQCON, (GERMANY)
 

Optimising Strategies For Managing The Charge Cycle Of Batteries In Order To Prolong The Life Of Energy Storage Assets

  • Determining when to conduct deep cycling and shallow cycling
  • Concluding the optimum depth of discharge and how to prevent overcharging or undercharging
  • Considering external factors that affects ageing of the asset on top of cycling such as temperature of the environment
Tancredi Peraino
Tancredi Peraino
Project Manager - Hybrid Power Systems
AKUO ENERGY, (FRANCE)
 

Optimising Battery Recycling Pathways To Improve The Overall Sustainability Of Energy Storage Assets

  • Analysing the current energy storage and battery recycling market conditions in East Asia
  • Identifying eco-friendly regeneration solutions and equipment to optimise battery recycling
  • How to recover at least 95% of materials to be used to produce new energy storage assets
Xiao Lin
Xiao Lin
Founder & CEO
BOTREE CYCLING, (CHINA)
 

Establishing A Comparison Metric To Evaluate Key Energy Storage Solutions Available In The Market To Guarantee The Highest Possible ROI

  • Identifying the key differences between lithium-ion, vanadium redox flow and lead acid batteries - What are their most suitable applications?
  • Analysing key characteristics including energy density, degradation, lifetime, round trip efficiency, safety and LCOE
  • Evaluating real-life business cases and value-stacks built around the most commercially viable energy storage solutions available in the market
Ilja Pawel
Ilja Pawel
CEO & Founder
PAWEL, (AUSTRIA)
 

Deploying Grid-Scale Hybrid Energy Storage Systems To Enable A More Flexible And Responsive Electricity Grid

  • Combining the strengths of li-ion batteries with vanadium redox flow batteries to meet complex demands of multiple uses while extending the lifespan
  • Using smart software to manage the different applications of the system to reduce strain on the grid and allow it to accomodate more renewables
  • Analysing the proposed business models for hybrid energy storage systems and its effectiveness in unlocking new opportunities for consumers and market providers
Tim Rose
Tim Rose
Programme Manager Energy Superhub Oxford
PIVOT POWER, (UK)
 

C&I: Demonstrating The Use Of Second-Life Batteries To Optimise Energy Usage In A Stadium And Provide Services To The Surrounding Community

  • Energy Community models in the Amsterdam Metropole Region: driving success factors for the use of large scale energy storage facilities
  • Examining the different services that the battery can provide to the stadium and the immediate community
  • Proposing ways to increase awareness of individual carbon impact and educating citizens on how to offset their impact on the environment.
Henk Van Raan
Henk Van Raan
CIO AMSTEDAM ARENA
AMSTERDAM ARENA, (NETHERLANDS)
 

C&I: Investigating The Role That Data Centres Can Play In The Energy Transition Through The Use Of Renewables And Energy Storage

  • Identifying the challenges and requirements for data centres to achieve EU green targets
  • Analysing what services large-scale energy storage can provide data centres
  • Evaluating the options available for long-duration storage and their effects on data centres
Lex Coors
Lex Coors
Chief Data Center Technology and Engineering Officer
INTERXION, (NETHERLANDS)
 
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