The upsurge in distributed and renewable energy sources is changing Europe’s energy landscape beyond recognition. Digital technologies and new business models are transforming the relationship between energy producers and consumers. How will our energy be produced and distributed in future? What convergence can we expect between the mobility, power and heating sectors, and what opportunities will this create for electricity trading and marketing? What will the digital solutions in a smart energy ecosystem look like, and what is the role of data protection and privacy? And finally: how can consumers and pro-sumers become active stakeholders in the new concepts, and benefit from customer-centric energy services? Find answers at The smarter E Conference, taking place at ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 19–20, 2018.
The trend is evident: solar is booming worldwide. The market dynamics are fast-paced, costs continue to tumble, and the entire sector is becoming more professional. What is the impact for the industry? Which entities are driving the trends? Which markets will be most relevant in the future? Which business models will succeed? What role do financing, digital transformation and innovative technologies play in making photovoltaics competitive? Find answers at the Intersolar Europe Conference, taking place at ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 19–20, 2018.
Stationary energy storage is fast growing in importance at every point in the energy supply chain. Likewise, electromobility is gaining traction worldwide. The greater need for stationary and mobile energy storage is fueling demand for more production capacity and efficient production technologies. Where are profitable markets emerging for stationary and mobile energy storage? Which business models look the most promising? Which players are defining industry best practice? Which quality standards must be met? Find answers at the ees Europe Conference, taking place at ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 19–20, 2018.
Electric vehicles that run on solar or wind power are the key to developing a new model of mobility worldwide that is both climate-friendly and sustainable. But for e-mobility to prevail, there is one imperative that stands out above all the rest: the need for charging infrastructure with full geographic coverage. How is this infrastructure developing worldwide? Which markets are most promising? Which business and billing models are moving the industry forwards? What are the regulatory frameworks and how can grid integration succeed? Find answers at the Power2Drive Europe Conference, taking place at ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 19–20, 2018.