ees Europe

Exhibition: May 31–June 2, 2017
Conference: May 30–31, 2017

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Be part of the Energy Storage Industry's Top Event!

ees Europe, co-located with Intersolar Europe, is the continent‘s largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems. 430 energy storage companies, the ees AWARD, special exhibits on e-Mobility & Renewable Energy and Smart Renewable Energy, three days of expertise in exhibition forums, plus a program conference.

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Accompanying Conference Program

Electric Transportation needs Renewable Energies

Batteries have established themselves as key technologies for the energy and transport transitions. Combining energy storage with renewable power generation, energy management and e-mobility – known as sector coupling – is gaining in importance as demand for electric vehicles grows. This is prompting more and more automotive manufactures to offer e-models with increasingly powerful batteries and solutions for integrating mobile storage devices. Renewable energies and e-mobility are an optimal combination. For this reason, the topic of e-mobility is receiving increasing attention from exhibitors, visitors and the accompanying program at the ees Europe in Munich, Europe's largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems.

Are you a buyer for batteries and charging systems, a battery systems integrator, a battery developer, a CO2 representative at an OEM or an automotive supplier? Do you work in business development or as a project developer for e-mobility and charging infrastructure, in fleet management or for energy suppliers and municipal utilities? Are you searching for environmentally-friendly mobility concepts? Here are some tips for your visit to the ees Europe exhibition.

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Focus on e-Mobility at ees Europe

Smart Renewable Energy

One of the major challenges of the energy transition involves making the use of increasing amounts of energy generated by fluctuating renewable sources, such as the sun and wind, both efficient and affordable, while also guaranteeing the necessary grid stability and supply safety. As a “real-life laboratory” and simulation platform, Energy Lab 2.0 enables the testing of new approaches for integrating the most diverse technologies into the energy system. Be sure to visit the Smart Renewable Energy special exhibit, hall B2, booth B2.140, and the Smart Renewable Energy Forum, hall B2, booth B2.131. more

Smart Renewable Energy Forum programs

Check out the Smart Renewable Energy Sessions  of the Intersolar Europe accompanying conference!