Discover future-ready solutions for renewable energy storage and advanced battery technology at ees Europe! Europe’s largest and most visited exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems is the industry hotspot for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and users of stationary electrical energy storage solutions as well as battery systems. The exhibition will be accompanied by a two-day energy storage conference where leading experts delve into current questions of this industry.
Launching into a renewable, decentralized and digital energy world offers countless new prospects and potential for innovative formats. As a platform for the new energy world, The smarter E concentrates on sharing information on energy industry topics and providing a networking opportunity for global industry players – now with a number of additional digital formats such as podcasts, webinars, innovation days, etc.
Our regular webinars with industry experts offer a deep understanding of the latest trends in the new energy world and provide an overview of important research results and practical market figures. The smarter E Podcast entertains and informs, giving a voice to the players of the new energy world – anytime and anywhere. Digital conferences, seminars, Innovation Days and many other online events create a space for sharing knowledge, presenting brand new market solutions and forging new contacts using interactive networking tools.
Together with Messe München, we are working on a health and safety concept, which enables all participants a secure participation in the exhibition, even in times of Corona.
All current information on developments in connection with the Coronavirus, as well as leaflets and FAQs for various target groups can be found on the website of Messe München.
We look forward to seeing you again at ees Europe 2021!
Power-to-X technologies are the key to a successful energy transition. Especially green hydrogen – which is derived from renewable energies via electrolysis – has earned a leading role. Not only can green hydrogen be used for the carbon-neutral storage of renewable energy, it can also be used as a raw material in industrial production and as a fuel in the transportation sector. The European Commission regards hydrogen as one of the key enabling technologies in its strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Many member states including Austria and Germany are experiencing a hydrogen boom, as can be seen in the initiation of national hydrogen strategies. This development also offers manufacturers of electrolyzers and fuel cells enormous business potential and many other perspectives. Werner Diwald, Managing Director of the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association, emphasizes: „The green hydrogen is ready, we just have to push it. This creates industrial jobs.“ The leading players in the industry have already developed solutions for implementing the hydrogen strategy and the European Green Deal, and they are ready to showcase them at ees Europe in Munich. Do not miss out on the opportunity to enhance your own business models and contacts!
The European battery market is booming. Production capacities for lithium-ion batteries are growing faster in Europe than in any other region of the world. Current forecasts predict that the continent’s share in this global manufacturing business will increase from around 6 percent now to 16–25 percent by 2030. Alongside projects by European manufacturers such as Tesvolt, VARTA and Saft, numerous production plants are also being set up in Europe – particularly in Germany – by businesses from elsewhere such as Tesla and CATL. According to Bloomberg NEF, the main drivers of this positive development are the falling costs and the simultaneously growing sales, in particular due to electromobility. The expansion of European battery production is also profiting from subsidies offered by the European Commission, which is supporting businesses involved in battery cell research and innovation through its program Important Projects of Common European Interest (IPCEI). The European Investment Bank, too, is investing in battery development on the continent, with around one billion euros paid out in 2020 alone. Make the most of this growth at ees Europe in Munich, where you will find the companies who are shaping the future of battery production technologies.
Are you looking for customers and business partners at home and abroad and interested in innovative technologies and business models of the battery and energy storage industry? In our exhibitor list you will find suppliers, manufacturers, wholesalers and service providers from all over the world, from start-ups to international market leaders, with products and solutions for energy storage systems of all sizes, battery production technologies, energy storage system components and equipment, and energy storage technologies from lithium-based batteries and other battery technologies to fuel cells and power-to-gas.
For the seventh time in a row, the ees jury awarded the most innovative concepts and solutions of the energy storage industry with the prestigious ees AWARD. This year, the lucky winners were honored in a virtual AWARD Ceremony, which was attended by viewers from all over the world via live stream. The covected ees AWARD in the category "Electrical Energy Storage" was presented to:
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Watch the recording of the ceremony and the celebration of the winners.
Meet the AWARD Winners and their innovations also in a special webinar series.
The forecasts of the current study "The Energy Transition in the Context of the Nuclear and Coal Phaseout" by EuPD Research in cooperation with The smarter E Europe and the BSW Solar show that in order to avoid a shortfall in electricity generation, photovoltaics and storage must be greatly expanded in Germany.
The positive side effect: by 2030, this would be accompanied by a significant positive effect on employment and revenue. Within the next decade, the employment within the German photovoltaic and storage industry could triple, creating more than 50,000 new jobs. The forecasted industry revenue would grow during this period from five to 12.5 billion euros.
The video gives you an insight of the highlights of ees Europe 2019. From battery production to home and commercial storage to power-to-gas: These topics are the focus of this year's ees Europe, Europe's largest and most international exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems. Discover sustainable solutions for the storage of renewable energies and innovative battery technologies at ees Europe!