For three days, ees Europe opened its doors in Munich to visitors and exhibitors as one of four exhibitions of the innovation hub The smarter E Europe. The exhibition focused on the increasingly important role of energy storage systems at all levels of renewable energy supply and electromobility. Exhibitors look back on a successful ees Europe 2018 and are enthusiastic about the new exhibition concept.
This year, alongside the hot topic of PV storage, the focus is on battery production, sector coupling and large-scale storage systems. Europe's largest and most visited exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems is the industry platform for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and professional users of stationary energy storage solutions and battery systems. In 2018, more than 450 suppliers of energy storage technology and energy storage systems will be represented at ees Europe and the parallel exhibitions held under the umbrella of The smarter E Europe in Munich. The exhibition will be accompanied by a multi-day Energy Storage Conference, where prominent experts will conduct in-depth discussions of hot topics in the battery and energy storage industry.
Tune in to ees TV and learn what are the topics at the Europe’s largest and most visited exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems! In our sneak preview, you’ll learn about industry trends on the agenda at ees Europe. Demand for batteries and energy storage systems is booming around the globe. Germany is the largest market for residential solar+plus storage systems and one of the Top 5 energy storage markets world-wide. Thanks to falling battery prices, new business models such as self-consumption, peak-shaving and demand-side management with commercial storage as well as e-mobility are gaining ground. ees Europe is the place to be to bring your storage solution to market and to get an overview on the latest innovations. ees TV will also keep you up to date during the exhibition, with daily programming covering current events in the Munich exhibition halls.