Read the special supplement from ees – electrical energy storage – events: looking back at their recent conference success in Munich and San Francisco, and looking forward to the coming months industry meetings in Brazil and India.
- This July‘s ees and Intersolar North America was set to be dominated by discussions over the US commitment to renewables and energy storage. Despite the presidential headlines, the outlook is positive.
- After more than three months of analysis by ees‘ Team of independent expert, the ees AWARD Winners were chosen. Find out about the distinctive products or approach that made them stand apart from their rivals — that said, this year the level of the submissions was again extraordinarily high.
The 2017 ees AWARD winners are:
• Solarwatt: Customized energy storage systems
• LG Chem: A compact battery module with stamina
• Energy Depot Deutschland’s CENTURIO Energy Storage System, a combination of a hybrid inverter and lithium-ion battery modules
- In August ees South America will give insight on how Energy Storage Technologies are expected to reshape Latin Americas Energy Sector. Batteries, Smart transmission systems and demand side management address power system challenges.
- Battery Technologies enhance India’s Grid Reliability. India’s government strongly supports energy storage and electric vehicles. With just 5,000 electric vehicles on the road at the end of 2016, this figure needs to rise to 10 million by 2030! Find out more about ees / Intersolar and Power 2 Drive India, taking place in Mumbai this december.
- Looking back at ees Europe in Munich you’d have a good reason to believe that Energy Storage had finally become of age. Look across to the packed halls of the ees show and the partner exhibition Intersolar Europe, and you realise how far the industry has moved. “It’s a natural fit - solar plus storage,” one ees Europe exhibitor told Energy Storage Journal. “And what we’re starting to see now is the commoditization of energy storage. It’s the next step for the industry“.
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