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Energy Storage Courses

 

Choose From 2 Pre-Forum Masterclasses Running In Parallel On The 15th May 2018 – Berlin
8.30 Registration And Coffee
9.00 Start of Masterclass
11.00 Coffee Break
13.00 Lunch
14.30 Back to Masterclass
16.00 Coffee Break
17.00 End Of Masterclass
MASTERCLASS A
Securing Finance And Ensuring Bankability Of Energy Storage
MASTERCLASS B
Evaluating Scalable Services And Energy Storage Technologies For Commercial And Industrial Applications

Tuesday 15th May 2018

MASTERCLASS A: Securing Finance And Ensuring Bankability Of Energy Storage

Jim Lee
Masterclass Leader: Jim Lee
Masterclass Leader: Jim Lee
Associate Director - Energy Asset Finance
MACQUARIE CAPITAL PARTNERS, (AUSTRALIA)
 

SESSION 1
How To Demonstrate Scalability And Revenue Stability From Your Energy Storage Pilot Projects?

  • What are the investors looking for in your business case that provides scalability?
  • Evaluating successful cases
  • What type of revenue streams will encourage debt and equity investors?

SESSION 2
Managing The Legal, Technical, And Economic Risks Associated With Energy Storage Projects

  • Examining the risks in yield estimation for energy storage projects
  • Identifying the risks that need to be quantitatively and qualitatively assessed throughout the project life-cycle
  • To what extent are technical risks impacting business models and what are the key factors influencing technical risks

SESSION 3
Evaluating The Legal Considerations For Bankability Of Energy Storage

  • What is the legal definition of energy storage in different jurisdictions?
  • What do the financiers need to see from a legal perspective to consider investing in the Energy Storage project?
  • How is risk managed and mitigated within the legal framework?

SESSION 4
How Can Insurance Affect The Cost Of Your Energy Storage System?

  • What are the types of coverage available?
  • What is included in the construction and operational phases?
  • What are the legal requirements for insurance coverage?

SESSION 5
What Are The Key Factors Negatively Affecting The Life-Cycle Of Energy Storage Technologies?

  • What is the average temperature to maintain the optimum life-cycle of the energy storage system?
  • Identifying the impact of temperature and discharge rate on the cycle life of cells
  • How many cycles will contribute to severe capacity fade?

SESSION 6
Creating A Successful Business Case For Energy Storage By Unifying Technology & Regulation For the C&I Sector

  • How to account for the latest developments in technology and regulation in your business case?
  • What is the latest in potential cost reductions?
  • Identifying the optimal tariffs

SESSION 7
Utilising Flexibility To Provide Additional Services And Gain Additional Revenue Streams

  • Accurately predicting the market without having long-term contracts
  • Managing daily trading and anticipating where the market will be
  • Feeling comfortable with the risk while batteries are still costly

Tuesday 15th May 2018

MASTERCLASS B: Evaluating Scalable Services And Energy Storage Technologies For Commercial And Industrial Applications

Luc Payen
Luc Payen
Luc Payen
Manager
ENEA Consulting, (FRANCE)
 
Guillaume Kerlero
Guillaume Kerlero
Guillaume Kerlero
Director
ENEA Consulting, (FRANCE)
 

SESSION 1
Examining the Business Case for Energy Storage Within C&I

  • Which of the following sectors are most suited to energy storage systems and why?
    • Hotels
    • Supermarkets
    • Hospitals
    • Manufacturing plants
    • Data Centres
    • What is the forecasted growth for each sector?
  • What are the estimated savings for each sector?

SESSION 2
Evaluating The Most Scalable Energy Storage Technologies For C&I Applications

  • Establishing the factors used to compare different technologies
  • Reviewing the performance, efficiency and cost parameters of each technology
  • Evaluating the future technology in the pipeline

SESSION 3
Examining Regulation For Self Consumption and C&I

Domninique Jamme
Domninique Jamme
Special Advisor
COMMISSION DE RÉGULATION DE L'ÉNERGIE (CRE), (FRANCE)
 

SESSION 4
Choosing A Technology That Fulfils Either Short-Term Or Long-Term Technical Requirements For Voltage And Frequency Stability

  • Identifying the 'smart' technologies that can control voltage in new off-the shelf inverters & batteries
  • What are the breakdown of costs for different requirements
  • Comparing flywheel vs. supercapacitors vs. li-ion

SESSION 5
Optimising The Cost To Benefit Ratio Within A Given Application By Selecting The Ideal Mix Of Energy Storage Technologies

  • What are the chemical, electrochemical, electrical, thermal, and mechanical factors that affect the cost?
  • Which technologies are best used together and which are preferable for a standalone application?
  • Evaluating the potential scalability of each technology and application

SESSION 6
Evaluating Battery Combination Components That Provide Optimal Performance And Price For C&I

  • What is the right combination prospective for a low cost battery storage system?
  • Comparing the difference in number of cycles for different uses
  • How long will the battery life-cycle be?

SESSION 7
Understanding The Renewable Energy Needs Of Hotels

  • Understanding the key factors and stakeholders in holding the organisation back from Energy Storage
  • What are the best ways to demonstrate savings to the Hotel sector?
  • What does a hotel need to consider before preparing the business case for energy storage?
Istvan Schmel
Istvan Schmel
Istvan Schmel
Director of Engineering
KEMPINSKI, (HUNGARY)