Among other diversified topics, the sessions will deal with current findings on test procedures, problems with energy storage usage, safety and protection for batteries as well as new technologies such as ceramic batteries. The conferences include the 8th Energy Storage Europe Conference (ESE) of Messe Düsseldorf and the 13th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES) of EUROSOLAR e.V. and will take place parallel to the exhibition.
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The International Energy Agency is organizing the symposium “Energy Conservation through Energy Storage” (ECES) as part of the Energy Storage Europe Conference. ECES is an IEA program for technical cooperation and accompanies the research, development, implementation and integration of electrical and thermal energy storage technologies.
Bastian Mingers, Head of Energy Storage Europe: “We continue the successful concept of the IRES scientific conference and the ESE business conference and extend it with specialized sessions on important questions, where researchers and practitioners can exchange ideas directly”.
Storage applications and flexible sector coupling
The new Energy Storage Europe focus on storage applications is also reflected in the lecture program. In addition to a separate conference session on best-practice examples, exhibitors will present selected projects in the trade fair forum, which is also open to trade fair visitors without a conference ticket.
Flexible sector coupling will again play a major role in the conferences and at the trade fair. The focus will increasingly be on multi-technology systems that combine different storage technology approaches and thus pave the way for versatile applications. These also include power-to-mobility, power-to-liquids and power-to-valuables approaches for industrial use.
Information about the conference program and access to the ticket shop: www.energy-storage-online.com/conference and www.energy-storage-online.com/2130