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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Time

04:30 pm - 06:00 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 13A

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Rewriting the Rules: Innovative Business Models in the Energy Storage Sector

04:30 pm
04:35 pm

Welcome and Introduction

04:35 pm
04:55 pm

Challenges and Opportunities for Energy Storage in Europe

  • Patrick Clerens
    Secretary General, EASE - European Association for the Storage of Energy, Belgium

04:55 pm
05:15 pm

Business Models in the C&I Storage Market - Beyond Early Adopters

05:15 pm
05:35 pm

Battery Storage Applications for C&I Customers

05:35 pm
05:55 pm

Small Scale Vs. Utility Scale Energy Storage as the Path to Total Energy Resiliency

05:55 pm
06:00 pm

Q&A

Speakers

 Alexander Hirnet
Alexander Hirnet
Technical Director, VARTA Storage GmbH, Germany
 Patrick Clerens
Patrick Clerens
Secretary General, EASE - European Association for the Storage of Energy, Belgium
 Valentin Noilhetas
Valentin Noilhetas
Product Manager, Delta-ee, Scotland
Dr. Magnus Pielke
Dr. Magnus Pielke
Managing Director, be.storaged GmbH, Germany
 Catherine von Burg
Catherine von Burg
CEO, SimpliPhi Power, USA

Summary

In many respects, the energy storage sector acts as an additional catalyst for the development of innovative - and sometimes disruptive - business models. For instance, some “new” energy suppliers join together combined heat and power stations and photovoltaic installations with a decentralized district storage system to supply green energy to customers. Prosumers - private citizens with their own power generation systems - can deposit surplus energy into an account and withdraw it when needed. System operators can also digitally network individual battery storage units, thereby creating a decentralized mass storage facility insulated against supply shortages. In this session, companies will also showcase concepts you can apply to increase the yield from energy storage solutions.