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Programme

Programme At A Glance

Speakers From: 28 Utilities, 9 Investors, 8 Regulators, 7 C & I, 5 EPCs, 30 Countries

 

FORUM 1 – RESIDENTIAL ENERGY STORAGE FORUM
October 2019
13 Stand Alone Presentations from 13 different countries
Evening Networking Drinks Reception
October 2019
TECH SOAP BOX (8-9 am)
12 Stand Alone Presentations from 12 different countries
Panel Session – Regulators & Government
Energy Storage Academy
October 2019
2 Training Courses Running In Parallel
Masterclass A (Full Day – in Parallel):
“Securing Finance And Ensuring Bankability”
Masterclass B (Full Day – In Parallel):
“How To Apply Energy Storage Technologies In Commercial And Industrial Applications”
FORUM 2 – ENERGY STORAGE WORLD FORUMLarge Scale Grid Connected Applications Focus
October 2019
12 Stand Alone Presentations from 12 different countries
Panel Session – Regulators & Government
Evening Networking Drinks Reception
GALA DINNER
(Limited to only 80 delegates)
October 2019
Breakfast With The Utilities (8 am – 9.30 am)
10 Stand Alone Presentations from 10 different countries
Panel Session – Stadtwerke / Municipal Utilities
Investor’s X Factor Session
BUILDING THE ACTION PLAN
Evening Networking Drinks Reception
October 2019
Breakfast With The Investors (8 am – 9.20 am)
11 Stand Alone Presentations from 11 different countries
Panel Session – EPCs
Forum 1 - Residential Energy Storage Forum
14-15 October 2019
Forum 2 - Energy Storage World Forum
Large Scale Grid Connected Applications Focus 16-18 October 2019

Providing Critical Information On Where Stakeholders Should Focus On In Order To Reduce Costs For Residential Energy Storage

  • Direct hardware costs: PV modules, batteries
  • Soft costs: installation, inspections;
  • Where can costs be saved the most?
Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Consultant
IHS Markit, (UK)
 

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)
 

Where And What Standards for Residential Plug & Play Energy Storage Applications Are Necessary?

  • What are the real needs of the market for this certain type of standards?
  • Which groups and technical committees could add value and how?
  • When can we see a true standard for plug&play residential energy storage?
Cathy Crunelle
Cathy Crunelle
Cathy Crunelle
Future Home lab manager
ENGIE Laborelec, (BELGIUM)
 

Evaluating Virtual Power Plants To Market The Flexibility Of Distributed Energy Resources

  • Creating system reliability in combination with grid stability
  • Creating schedules for all energy resources
  • What are the business models available?
Martijn van der Eerden
Martijn van der Eerden
Martijn van der Eerden
Project Manager | Asset Management Strategie & Innovation
ALLIANDER, (NETHERLANDS)
 

Fostering Innovation with Open Data and Hackathons to Engage Customers in a Metropolitan Energy Grid

  • Open Data as a Tool to make transparent to the Berliners what going on in the grid
  • How can you foster Innovation with Hackathons and what were the results achieved?
  • How can an online game help to create an understanding for the grid and load flexibilities?
Thomas Tursics
Thomas Tursics
Thomas Tursics
Lab Lead
Code for Germany, (Germany)
 
Christian Jacob
Christian Jacob
Christian Jacob
Innovation Manager
STROMNETZ BERLIN, (GERMANY)
 

Evaluating The Results From 800 Residential Energy Storage Systems In Italy

  • What are the Key Performance Indicators To Monitor?
  • Examining the results by evaluating price, size and manufacturers;
  • What were the typical design choices and configurations bought by Italian consumers?
Gianni Commessatti
Gianni Commessatti
Gianni Commessatti
Commercial Director
SOLAR ENERGY GROUP, (ITALY)
 

Comparing Cathode Vs Anode Future Research Investment For Achieving Competitive Advantage And Lowering Battery Costs

  • Where and how will the anode and the cathode play a key role?
  • Where will most R&D investments be made?
  • Looking beyond current chemistries and examining the role of each in the next 3 years
EMMANUEL BENEFICE
Emmanuel Benefice
Emmanuel Benefice
CEO
ZINIUM, (FRANCE)
 

Optimizing system costs with distributed storage and self-consumption

  • how to convey the right economic and price signals;
  • the role of time of use network tariffs;
  • the business model of self-consumption shall not be to escape tariffs, but to help optimize system costs and therefore reduce the electricity bill
Dominique Jamme
Dominique Jamme
Dominique Jamme
Special Advisor
Commission de régulation de l'énergie (CRE), (FRANCE)
 

Examining The Energy Needs Of Business Hotels And Creating ROI From New Technologies

  • Comparing the ROI of different clean energy technologies - when is energy storage needed?
  • Identifying the peak shaving VS demand response management needs
  • Suggestions for grid operators, legislators and energy storage vendors
JUAN ANTONIO CABALLERO SÁNCHEZ
Juan Antonio Caballero Sánchez
Juan Antonio Caballero Sánchez
Vice President Maintenance and Engineering
NH HOTEL GROUP, (SPAIN)
 

How Much Can Actually Be Saved From Deploying Residential Energy Storage?

  • Accounting for variables such as: customer load profile, utility rate assumptions, DER combinations, Storage vendor hardware, storage software controls
  • What are the savings for landlords, utilities and consumers?
  • Can residential energy storage have the ability to significantly reduce the utility bill?
Florian Mayr
Florian Mayr
Florian Mayr
Partner
APRICUM – The Cleantech Advisory, (GERMANY)
 

How Can Blockchain Maximise Residential Energy Storage Services?

  • To what extent do end users want to use blockchain?
  • How to overcome transaction delays
  • Is blockchain a solution looking for a problem?
Meinhard Benn
Meinhard Benn
Meinhard Benn
CEO
SatoshiPay, (GERMANY)
 

NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

Speakers and delegates will come together within the exhibition area to discuss the day's topics in a more relaxed atmosphere within an exclusive setting at the 5 Star Gartensaal at the Bristol Hotel

How To Develop a Viable Business Model For Behind-The-Meter Storage In Sweden, Italy, UK And Germany

  • What are the sizes of the systems in different countries. What were the most successful solutions so far?
  • What is the estimated payback time?
  • How to reduce the cost of agreements with installers for residential energy storage applications
STUART NORMAN
Stuart Norman
Stuart Norman
Solar & Storage Leader
E.ON, (UK)
 

Examining The Impacts Of Storing Energy In The Home & How This Will Minimize Reliance On The Utility

  • What affects will energy have on increasing power consumption and undercutting environmental benefits?
  • What business models are working?
  • How does energy storage reduce the magnitude of power flows in the grid and is this a positive or a negative?
Ralf Bosch
Ralf Bosch
Ralf Bosch
Project Manager
ENGIE, (BELGIUM)
 

Evaluating The ROI From One Year Of Residential Energy Storage Deployments In Germany, Netherlands And Belgium

  • What services did the batteries provide?
  • What was the cost per kWh?
  • How to ensure maximum performance of your battery?
Dirk-Jan Middelkoop
Dirk-Jan Middelkoop
Dirk-Jan Middelkoop
Manager Solar and Storage
ENECO, (THE NETHERLANDS)
 

Managing Energy Exchange Within Buildings And Learning How To Deal With Dynamically Changing Conditions

  • Evaluating optimization and feasibility options when deploying 32 kWh battery
  • Evaluating results from five pilot actions in different Danube Region countries
  • Examining possible locations for batteries for different purposes: market and/or system operation
Ivan Androcec
Ivan Androcec
Ivan Androcec
Head Of Strategy & Development
HEP, (CROATIA)
 

Reducing Energy Consumption With Simple Plant Management Within A Hospital – Is Energy Storage Needed?

  • What were the results achieved in the last 6 years?
  • What are the plans for reducing energy consumption in the next 5 years
  • To what extent would a hospital need an energy storage solution and why?
Fabio Fresi
Fabio Fresi
Fabio Fresi
Energy Efficiency Supervisor
HUMANITAS GRADENIGO, (ITALY)
 

Utilising Energy Storage Capacity Of Electric Vehicles For Economic And Grid Purposes – How Can The Current Grid Cope With The Increased Demand From EVs?

  • How are the majority of customers utilising EES from their EVs?
  • How to balance electricity supply and demand fluctuations over a period of seconds and minutes?
  • Utilising idle batteries to pump energy into the grid and power buildings
NICOLAS SCHOTTEY
Nicolas Schottey
Nicolas Schottey
Program Director EV Battery & Charging Infrastructure
RENAULT, (FRANCE)
 

How Can The Internet of Things Provide Prosumers With New & Real Value-Adding Services?

  • Identifying the business cases that are providing results
  • How will sensor-based asset diagnostics & predictive maintenance play a role?
  • How to create and bundle the right services?
RICHARD BOSGRAAF
Richard Bosgraaf
Richard Bosgraaf
Smart Grid IT Innovation
COGAS , (THE NETHERLANDS)
 

Examining Consumption Profiles And Best Solutions For Supermarkets – To What Extent Is Energy Storage Needed?

  • What kind of KPIs are being evaluated?
  • Identifying and creating the true number of savings a Supermarket could achieve with Energy Storage
  • Suggestions to energy storage solutions providers
Camille Chapalain
Camille Chapalain
Camille Chapalain
Group Energy Manager
CARREFOUR, (BELGIUM)
 

Regulating Within An Environment Of Rapid Energy Technologies Advancements And Market Disruptions

  • Examining the technological convergence of EVs and energy markets
  • To what extent innovative ownership and policy structures support prosumer development under new models? - The threat of grid defection
  • What obstacles do we need to overcome for residential energy storage potential taxation - to tax or not to tax? to what extent is this taxation fair?
Andy Burgess
Andy Burgess
Associate Partner - Energy Systems Integration
OFGEM, (UK)
 

CASE STUDY: A DSO’s view on future flexibility needs and the corresponding perspective from the project Designetz

  • Evaluating the flexibility needs of a DSO in 20 years
  • a new approach for flexibility management
  • Deep Dive into a specific storage Demo Case with results so far
  • Outlook: Stepping from Theory into Demonstration - how to do that?
Erik Hauptmeier
Dr. Erik Hauptmeier
Dr. Erik Hauptmeier
System Operations, System Development
WESTNETZ, (GERMANY)
 

PANEL SESSION – REGULATION

Providing A Clear Vision For Residential Energy Storage To Manage Regulatory Reviews & Policy Changes
  • Identifying what needs to be considered presently & in the future
  • Managing the uncertainty over future changes to the electricity market & network charging
  • How to boost the bankability of storage whilst managing reviews and changes
Dominique Jamme
Dominique Jamme
Dominique Jamme
Special Advisor
Commission de régulation de l'énergie (CRE), (FRANCE)
 
Peter Stratmann
Peter Stratmann
Peter Stratmann
Head of Unit for Renewables
FEDERALNETWORK AGENCY FORELECTRICITY, (GERMANY)
 
James Loewen
James Loewen
James Loewen
Owner
Everspring Energy, (USA)
 
Rolands Irklis
Rolands Irklis
Rolands Irklis
Chairman
PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION, (LATVIA)
 
Andy Burgess
Andy Burgess
Associate Partner - Energy Systems Integration
OFGEM, (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)
 

How can EPCs Best Manage Their Supply Chain, Grid Interconnection, Testing & Commissioning?

  • Understanding the players involved in the supply chain and ensuring that they are local and accessible.
  • Ensuring that the grid interconnection is making energy storage as plug-and-play as possible for the utility.
  • How is the EPC evolving and adapting to changing energy requirements and advances in technology.
Franck Girard
Franck Girard
Chairman & Managing Director
NIDEC, (France)
 

How To Predict Revenues More Accurately To Ensure Bankability Of Large Scale Grid Applications Energy Storage

  • Which tools and KPIs need to be evaluated?
  • Providing a review of accurate forecasting frameworks
  • Utilising simulation models to predict revenues effectively
Haresh Kamath
Haresh Kamath
Haresh Kamath
Battery Storage Group Director
EPRI, (USA)
 

How To Use And Reuse Energy Storage Connected To Uninterruptible Power Supplies For Grid Services?

  • Monitoring and measuring the electricity supply to the load within a 3 millisecond timeframe
  • How to have greater control and flexibility of a site’s electricity usage to access grid incentives?
  • Should capacity be added by installing additional batteries during the specification process or once demand is growing?
Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell
Christopher Campbell
Vice President Critical Energy Business Development
VERTIV, (ITALY)
 

Reducing The Cost Of Peak Demand With Ancillary Services

  • Analysing minute-by-minute adjustments to keep supply and demand balanced at the correct frequency and voltage
  • How to manage bottlenecks to transmit the power being produced
  • Identifying where you connect with the services you need
MICHAEL ASHCROFT
Michael Ashcroft
Michael Ashcroft
Innovation Strategy Manager
NATIONAL GRID, (UK)
 

Structuring Your Energy Storage Project To Attract Funding From Investors

  • How to demonstrate long-term revenue?
  • Considerations of other financial structures such as lease-financing for batteries
  • What size should your energy storage project be in order to achieve project financing?
Kacem
Kacem Bouithem
Kacem Bouithem
Senior Vice President, Power, Utilities, Metals & Mining
SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION, (United Kingdom)
 

Identifying The Challenges When Replacing Diesel Back-Up Generators With Energy Storage In 760 Supermarkets

  • What are the opportunities and boundaries?
  • Identifying the peak shaving VS demand response management needs
  • Suggestions for grid operators, legislators and energy storage vendors
Tom Vandenberghe
Tom Vandenberghe
Tom Vandenberghe
Energy Manager
Delhaize Group, (BELGIUM)
 

How To Secure And Structure Long-Term Power Purchase Agreements To Support Energy Storage

  • Who is willing to pay a certain KW/H and at what price?
  • What type of guarantees are available?
  • Balancing long-term agreements with decreasing costs of storage
Fabien Bricault
Fabien Bricault
Fabien Bricault
Project Manager
EDF, (France)
 

Creating The Right Algorithm To Deliver The Optimal Amount Of Storage Services

  • Identifying the best algorithm to use for maximum capacity through testing
  • What are the steps to bring algorithms to life to stack your values?
  • Evaluating current algorithms and their longevity of effectiveness
Tobias Blank
Tobias Blank
Tobias Blank
Product manager battery systems
E.ON, (GERMANY)
 

PANEL SESSION

How To Reach An Agreement Of The DSO/TSO Role On The Challenge of Owning & Operating Storage Within Regulatory Frameworks
  • Who is and who is not able to own and operate storage?
  • Examining definitions in different European markets
  • Exploring activities that can be run on top of owning & operating storage, are these just for aggregators?
Christoph Jugel
Christoph Jugel
Christoph Jugel
Director Energy Systems
DENA, (Germany)
 
Robert O'Rourke
Robert O’Rourke
Robert O'Rourke
Network Manager
COMMISSION FOR ENERGY REGULATION (CER), (IRELAND)
 
Tudor Constantinescu
Tudor Constantinescu
Tudor Constantinescu
Principal Advisor To The Director General For Energy
EUROPEAN COMMISSION, (BELGIUM)
 
JAMES FRITH
James Frith
James Frith
Energy Storage Analyst
BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE, (UK)
 
Veli-Pekka Saajo
Veli-Pekka Saajo
Veli-Pekka Saajo
Director
ENERGY AUTHORITY, (Finland)
 

NETWORKING DRINKS RECEPTION

Speakers and delegates will come together within the exhibition area to discuss the day's topics in a more relaxed atmosphere within an exclusive setting at the 5 Star Gartensaal at the Bristol Hotel

GALA DINNER SPONSORED BY VERTIV (Sold Out)

The Gala Dinner will take place at the Five Stars Kempinski Hotel Bristol. Spaces are limited to only 90 delegates.

BREAKFAST WITH THE UTILITIES

This invitation-only session is where 15 utilities will gather to discuss issues that they have been facing in the last year and how to overcome them. For questions please email: emily@energystorageforum.com

Analysing The Results From Supplying Energy To Remote Areas With Hybrid Storage

  • Evaluating how much energy is produced
  • How to optimise hydrogen
  • Effects on consumption
Martina Ciani Bassetti
Martina Ciani Bassetti
Martina Ciani Bassetti
Project Manager - Energy Storage
ENEL Green Power, (ITALY)
 

Lessons Learnt On How To Integrate Batteries Into The Transmission Network And Managing Congestion Effectively

  • Providing network services in collaboration with other stakeholders
  • Evaluating what battery capacity and performance is most suitable
  • Identifying and creating the true number of savings that can be achieved with Energy Storage
PHUONG NGUYEN
T. M. Phuong Nguyen
T. M. Phuong Nguyen
Project Manager Energy Storage
RTE, (FRANCE)
 

Using A Battery Storage System For Peak Shaving And Frequency Regulation Simultaneously

  • How to manage the use of different timescales for different applications
  • How to identify operational constraints and uncertainties in customer load and regulation signals
  • What battery control algorithms are best for combining these two applications effectively?
FELIX HALFMANN
Felix Halfmann
Felix Halfmann
Business Development Manager - Energy Storage
VATTENFALL , (GERMANY)
 

Determining Different Business Models Of Energy Storage Applications, Interfaces And Services

  • What was considered when creating the estimated ROI
  • Identifying the benefit function first in order to maximize ROI
  • Evaluating the scalability from pilot project to world wide adoption
Alice Zheng
Alice Zheng
Alice Zheng
Executive General Manager
NARADA POWER SOURCE, (CHINA)
 

What Does A Data Centre Need To Consider Before Preparing The Business Case For Energy Storage?

  • Understanding the energy needs of a data centre
  • What are the  cost   and   benefit   considerations   per   square meter for a data centre adopting energy storage?
  • What does the energy storage community need to put in place when addressing the needs of data centres?
David Manning
David Manning
David Manning
Managing Director
MIGSOLV DATA CENTRE, (UK)
 

Examining Which Energy Storage Technologies And Tariff Models Are Most Suitable In The Czech Republic

  • How to consider the totality of services that ES can provide to assign tariffs for each service
  • Evaluating current trends in the market to predict future adoption
  • What needs to be prepared now by utilities and vendors to assist the market in the Czech Republic?
D Safar
David Šafář
David Šafář
Head of Grid Management and Strategic Projects
E.ON, (CZECH REPUBLIC)
 

CASE STUDY: Building out 49 MW in 7 months in the changing UK market

  • Evaluating the build-out of a 20MW and 29MW site in parallel;
  • Importance of communication and speed in the supply chain;
  • Challenges in UK marke
Steven Meersman
Steven Meersman
Steven Meersman
Founder
ZENOBE ENERGY, (UK)
 

How To Guarantee Performance As Software Control Systems Play A More Dominant Role With The Energy Storage System?

  • Evaluating the assurances that EPCs & technology providers will provide in terms of performance
  • Understanding warranties and types of insurance available
  • What are the KPIs that EPCs should be held accountable for?
Semih Oztreves
Semih Oztreves
Semih Oztreves
Business Development Manager, Energy Storage and Integration
GREENSMITH ENERGY, (USA)
 

PANEL SESSION

To What Extent Is Energy Storage Adding Value To The Business Plan Of Municipal Utilities?
  • What are the business needs of Municipal utilities?
  • Evaluating Residential Energy Storage vs Large Scale Storage: Is energy storage valuable? if yes where and when? If not why not? What would it take to make energy storage valuable to a small utility?
  • What kind of energy storage technologies would be most suited to the business needs of Municipal Utilities?
jost broichmann
Jost Broichmann
Jost Broichmann
Consultant
WEMAG (MUNICIPAL UTILITY), (GERMANY)
 
Kai-Philipp Kairies
Kai-Philipp KairieS
Kai-Philipp KairieS
Director Technical Consulting - Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage Systems
RWTH AACHEN UNIVERSITY, (GERMANY)
 
Malcolm Yadack
Malcolm Yadack
Malcolm Yadack
Head of Innovation
STADTWERKE TÜBINGEN, (GERMAN UTILITY / STADTWERKE)
 
Matthias Kittler
Matthias Kittler
Matthias Kittler
Head of Strategy
ENERCITY, (GERMAN UTILITY / STADTWERKE)
 

The Overview Of Renewables And Energy Storage In Vietnam

  • Examining how to use Energy Storage as a reliability enhancement tool and a way to defer capital expansion in Vietnam
  • Selecting the Energy Storage System suitable for stationary energy storage
  • Identifying methods for allowing cost recovery for innovative energy storage technology
Mr. Minh Quang
Nguyen Minh Quang
Nguyen Minh Quang
Power System Analysis and Planning Department Expert
EVN National Load Dispatch Centre (NLDC), (VIETNAM)
 

Evaluating Energy Storage Solutions For DSOs And Minimising Investment Expenditure

  • Avoiding or postponing grid investment
  • Examining macro perspectives for power systems
  • Theoretical analysis of ESS investment and cost sharing solutions
TOMASZ RODZIEWICZ
Tomasz Rodziewicz
Tomasz Rodziewicz
Innovation and New Technologies Manager
TAURON, (POLAND)
 

THE X INVESTMENT FACTOR

Get to know the thinking behind the investor’s mind in this unique session. The panel moderator will introduce to the investors 4 different energy storage projects that would require funding. Then each of the investors will evaluate: 1) How they would invest or 2) Why they wouldn’t invest and what is missing. If you have a project that requires funding and you would like it to be featured in this session apply now
GUSTAVO FILIPE
Gustavo Filipe Coito
Gustavo Filipe Coito
Senior Vice President - Energy Storage Infrastructure
SUSI PARTNERS, (SWITZERLAND)
 
Felix Holz
Felix Holz
Felix Holz
Vice President
DEUTSCHE BANK, (GERMANY)
 
JAMES FRITH
James Frith
James Frith
Energy Storage Analyst
BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE, (UK)
 

BAP – BUILDING THE ACTION PLAN

The “Building The Action Plan” (TM) session is a unique feature of all our Energy Storage World Forums and it is tailored according to the 2018 delegates. This has proven to be an invaluable session that will give you a tangible action list that you can take back to your office thus helping you in your future strategy and technology meetings. Drinks will be served during this session. Find out more on our website.

Breakfast With The Investors

An informal standing panel session with 5 investors giving answers to the questions from a selected audience of 40 participants whilst Breakfast at the 5 Stars Kempinski Hotel is being served. After the panel the delegates can approach each investor for private questions.
Finbarr O Sullivan
Finbarr O’Sullivan
Finbarr O'Sullivan
Head of the Innovfin Energy Demonstration Projects Facility
European Investment Bank, (Ireland)
 
Tobias Rothacher
Tobias Rothacher
Tobias Rothacher
Senior Manager
Energy, Environment & Resources Germany Trade and Invest, (Germany)
 
Armand Ferreira
Armand Ferreira
Armand Ferreira
Director
ING Wholesale Banking/Sustainable Finance, (Netherlands)
 
Lucille Bonnet
Lucille Bonnet
Lucille Bonnet
Senior Investment Manager
HIGH-TECH GRUNDERFUNDS, (GERMANY)
 
Jim Campion
Jim Campion
Jim Campion
Partner
ENERCAP CAPITAL, (UK)
 

Financing solutions for the renewable energy market

  • Financing by Green Bonds,
  • Sustainability Improvement Loans
  • Green Loans
Armand Ferreira
Armand Ferreira
Armand Ferreira
Director
ING Wholesale Banking/Sustainable Finance, (Netherlands)
 

CASE STUDY: Understanding The Renewable Energy Needs Of Hospitals In Scotland

  • How can an hospital benefit from energy storage and what will it not benefit from?
  • What are the energy efficiency priority KPIs for an hospital and how have they been fulfilled so far?
  • How to achieve long term technology partnerships
KATHRYN DAPRÉ
Kathryn Dapré
Kathryn Dapré
Head of Engineering, Energy and Sustainability - Facilities Directorate Procurement
NHS National Services, (SCOTLAND)
 

Evaluating The Top Three Revenue Streams Available For Energy Storage In Different European Markets And Where They Are Most Profitable

  • Examining each revenue stream by comparing existing market rules
  • Estimating the revenue streams available for the next 5 years
  • Which income is more volatile and which carries more regulatory risk?
  • What are the economics when you have more flexibility?
  • Maximising the value of energy storage
DAVID VANGULICK
David Vangulick
David Vangulick
Head Of Long Term Planning Team
ORES, (BELGIUM)
 

Understanding the importance of LPWAN and Blockchain for the ​Energy Storage industry

  • LPWAN usage in solar industries;
  • Blockchain for energy data trading;
  • MatchX+MXC End-to-End solutions for energy storage.
Xin Hu
Xin Hu
Xin Hu
CEO
MatchX, (GERMANY)
 

The Changing Economics of Energy Storage

  • Using the UK as a case study we explore how the economics of energy storage can change over a short period of time;
  • As FFR revenues have fallen and long term contracts are hard to secure the economics of storage have worsened in the UK;
  • Storage costs continue to fall and new regulations are being brought in to encourage storage build helping market to bounce back
JAMES FRITH
James Frith
James Frith
Energy Storage Analyst
BLOOMBERG NEW ENERGY FINANCE, (UK)
 

Evaluating Hydropower In Combination With Battery Storage – What Are The Best Scenarios?

  • Understanding the next generation requirements for a Hydropower facility with high power batteries as energy storage
  • Examining SynergE and evaluating the user experience of batteries in combination with different case scenarios
  • What will be the status of Hydropower by 2030?
Karl Anton Zach
Karl Anton Zach
Karl Anton Zach
Project Manager
VERBUND, (AUSTRIA)
 
Otto Pirker
Otto Pirker
Otto Pirker
Senior Advisor
VERBUND, (AUSTRIA)
 

Recycling And How To Start An Open Market For Second Life Batteries In Order To Lower The Costs Of Energy Storage Systems

  • What can be recycled and what will be the value?
  • Lessons learned from Lead Acid Batteries Recycling system and the EV industry
  • How much of a battery can actually be recycled?
Anna Trendewicz
Anna Trendewicz
Anna Trendewicz
Economic Engineer - Energy Storage
Global Energy Interconnection Research Institute (GEIRI), (GERMANY)
 

PANEL SESSION

How Do EPC’s Define And Manage Operations And Maintenance For Storage Projects?
  • Should EPCs manage operations and maintenance or should it be managed by a 3rd party or owner/operator?
  • How to ensure quick turnaround for repairs?
  • What is included with operations and maintenance services?
Oliver Baudson
Oliver Baudson
Oliver Baudson
Managing Director
Flagsol, (Germany)
 
Vassilis Zorbas
Vassilis Zorbas
Vassilis Zorbas
General Manager
Phoenix Solar, (Greece)
 
Magnus Miemois
Magnus Miemois
Magnus Miemois
Director, Hybrids, Energy Storage and Integration
WARTSILA, (Finland)
 
Steffan Mueller
Stefan Mueller
Stefan Mueller
Co-Founder and Board Member
ENERPARC, (Germany)
 
Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Julian Jansen
Consultant
IHS Markit, (UK)
 

LOOKING BEYOND FREQUENCY REGULATION MARKET TO EARN REVENUES FOR STORAGE

  • Evaluating business options for batteries beyond frequency response services
  • Achieving the optimal portfolio of products to capture the value in the future market
  • What are the most promising solutions for long-term storage?
MICHAL KREPELKA
Michal Krepelka
Michal Krepelka
Project Manager - Energy Storage
CEZ, (CZECH REPUBLIC)
 

Evaluating Lithium Reserves, Availability, Utilisation, Future Demand & Price

  • When will lithium technology be ready for a widespread deployment of storage?
  • Will there be enough lithium for worldwide mass use?
  • Exploring combinations with lithium for decreased costs
Maarten van Blijderveen
Maarten van Blijderveen
Maarten van Blijderveen
Senior Project Manager
LIANDON, (THE NETHERLANDS)
 

Evaluating The Economics For Gas Storage Within Large Scale Grid Connected Applications

  • Value drivers of grid connected energy storage
  • Security of supply and security of demand
  • Energy storage landscape in the low carbon energy system
HANS-AGE NIELSEN
Hans-Åge Nielsen
Hans-Åge Nielsen
Head of Planning Department
GAS STORAGE DENMARK / ENERGINET, (DENMARK)
 
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