Maximising Profitability By Establishing Standards & Regulation

The European Commission, in its paper regarding Energy Storage, has established the need to give more attention to the issues around energy storage with a view to addressing them more effectively in EU energy policy.

Energy storage will play a key role in enabling the EU to develop a low-carbon electricity system. Energy storage can supply more flexibility and balancing to the grid, providing a back-up to intermittent renewable energy. Locally, it can improve the management of distribution networks, reducing costs and improving efficiency. In this way, it can ease the market introduction of renewables, accelerate the decarbonisation of the electricity grid, improve the security and efficiency of electricity transmission and distribution, stabilise market prices for electricity, while also ensuring a higher security of energy supply.

Join ACI’s Energy Storage 2015 summit and engage with key actors from the industry to address its challenges and opportunities.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Tudor Constantinescu – Principal Adviser to the Director General, DG Energy, European Commission

Christian Metzger – Research and Development - Energy Systems & Storage, RWE AG

Marcel Didden – Head of Competence Center, Laborelec - GDF Suez

Thomas Pätzold – Technical Director, WEMAG AG

Ruud Kempener – Technology Roadmap Analyst, IRENA Innovation & Technology Center

Vincenzo Antonucci – Research Manager, National Research Council of Italy

Michael Salomon – CEO, Clean Horizon

Ruben Bach – Partner, svs Capital Partners GmbH

Santiago Galbete – Leader Grid Generation Department,Acciona

Jarl Pedersen – Vice President Marketing & Sales, Nest AS

Giw Zanganeh – Head of Energy Storage Technologies, Airlight Energy

Denis Thomas – Business Development Manager Power-to-Gas,Hydrogenics

Haike van de Vegte – Senior Specialist, DNV GL

Danielle Strickland – Lecturer, Aston University

Michael Carbajales-Dale – Assistant Professor, Clemson University

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Key Topics Include:

Current Opportunities & Challenges for the Energy Storage Industry

Establishing Regulation & Policies for the Energy Storage Market

Profitability & Investment

Understanding the US Market: What Can Europe Learn from the US Industry?

Implementing Standards to Engage Profitability

Conventional & Renewable Energy Storage System – Case Studies

Maximising New Developments in Energy Storage Technology

Outlook on the German Energy Market

Spinning Reserve to Warranty an Inertial Response in a 100% Electric Renewable Supply System