Join us for the latest trends and innovations in the battery and energy storage industry at the ees Forum, operated by IBESA.
Wednesday, June 14, 2023
10:30 AM – 1:00 PM | ees AWARD Finalists 2023
The ees AWARD finalists as well as the TSE AWARD finalists will present in short keynote speeches their most innovative products or projects, that really drive the transition to a clean energy system.
Learn more about this session here: https://www.ees-europe.com/exhibition-program/ees-award-finalists-2023
1:00 PM – 3:45 PM | European Energy Storage Market & Technology Developments 2023 & Beyond
Powered by IBESA
An engaging show floor conference session that will bring participants up to speed on the latest dynamics driving energy storage market growth across key European markets with specific focus upon the D-A-CH region.
This session concludes with an exciting CEO panel.
1:00 PM | European Market Briefing
Speaker: Saif Islam, Senior Consultant, EUPD Research
1:10 PM | Booming Market Germany: Solar Batteries at a Glance
Speaker: Thomas Seltmann, Solar Technology & Storage Officer, BSW
1:20 PM | PV Battery Power Plants in Europe – Status, Trends and Potentials
Speaker: Matthias Vetter, Head of DepartmentElectrical Energy Storage, Fraunhofer ISE
1: 30 PM | How do we benefit from home energy storage?
Speaker: Jeff Cheaung, Technical Manager, Pylon Technologies
1:40 PM | Long-duration, scalable, secure and sustainable 1MW+ Vanadium based battery solutions for securing 24/7 renewable energy
Speaker: Juan-Carlos Mejia, Director Sales C&I Microgrid Solutions Europe, Cellcube
1:50 PM | Optimising grid-scale batteries
Speaker: Steffen Schülzchen, Founder & CEO, Entrix
2:00 PM | The importance of Long-Duration Energy Storage
Speaker: Eren Engür, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Azelio
2:10 PM | Maximizing energy independence: New battery storage and inverter solutions from JinkoSolar
Speaker: Evangelos Makrygiannis, Technical Service Engineer, Jinko Solar
2:20 PM | Why BESS systems mean more than just energy savings in C&I segments
Speaker: Shaun Montgomery, CSO, xelectrix Power
2:30 PM | How to Maximize Power Self-sufficiency: Dyness Latest Energy Storage Solutions
Speaker: Yang Liu, CEO, Dyness
2:40 PM | Streamline Solar Setup: Introducing Latest Wifi-integrated Microinverter
Speaker: Steve Zhang, Product Director, Hoymiles
2:50 PM | The Power of Home
Speaker: Udo Reetz, Brand Advocate, Ecoflow
3:00 PM | CEO Panel
Speaker: Andreas Piepenbrink, CEO (E3/DC), Zeyad Abul-Ella, CEO (HPS Home Power Solutions AG), Aurélie Alemany, CEO (SENEC), Oliver Koch, CEO (sonnen)
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM | ees Start-ups
In this session, the most innovative Start-Ups of the industry will present their business models in a five minute elevator pitch.
Learn more about the program here: https://www.ees-europe.com/accompanying-program/ees-forum
Thursday, June 15, 2023
10:30 AM – 5:00 PM | Battery Fab Manager Day
Powered by PEM at RWTH Aachen University and the German Engineering Federation (VDMA)
At the Battery Fab Manager Day, experts from the battery industry will come together to talk about current developments in the battery industry in five sessions. In addition to general market developments, the core topics range from next-gen batteries to trends in battery production technology, quality and data management, and material and component developments. In addition, start-ups and companies new to the battery industry will present their innovative developments in pitches.
10:30 AM – 11:30 AM | Session 1: Developments in Battery Production MarketDriven by the growing electric mobility and renewable energy industry, we are seeing a dramatic increase in the demand for sustainable energy storage solutions in recent years. In this context, the lithium-ion battery has been the go-to technology to meet all requirements. But how is the battery production industry powering up to meet the global demands? Who are the dominating players of the market and what are the impacts of shifting regulations? This sessions’ speakers delve into market trends as well as challenges facing the battery production industry and thus set an outlining and frame of this day’s program.
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Session 2: Next-Gen BatteriesCheaper, safer, longer lasting, and more sustainable: The requirements that are imposed on the next generation of batteries are quite challenging. In this session, experts from the industry are going to share their insights on what future energy storage solutions might look like and what issues have to be addressed in order to make them able to compete against classical lithium-ion batteries.
1:30 PM – 3:10 PM | Session 3: Technology Trends in Battery ProductionWhat will tomorrow’s battery production look like? Driven by a constant demand for cheaper, better and more batteries, the machinery and equipment suppliers are faced with the challenge to make their equipment more efficient in terms of costs, material usage, energy consumption, and required space, while at the same time maximizing production outputs. This sessions’ speakers are going to give their insights on what technological advances will be helpful.
3:10 PM – 4:00 PM | Session 4: Quality and Intelligence in Battery ProductionAs the materials for battery production are quite expensive, high quality and precision standards play a major role in battery production. To ensure a low scrap rate and to meet safety standards, extensive quality assurance measures need to be taken. Possible approaches to address these include metrology by using state-of-the-art sensor technology and data-driven approaches – the core topics of this session.
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM | Session 5: Materials and ComponentsWhile much of the attention in research and development of future batteries lies upon the active materials, the potentials for improvement in passive components is not yet exhausted. This session focuses on the latest developments in the various components of the lithium-ion battery.
Learn more about this session here: https://www.ees-europe.com/exhibition-program/developments-in-battery-production-market-battery-fab-manager-day
Friday, June 16, 2023
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Energy Security and Price Stability through Commercial Storage
Powered by BSW (German Solar Association)
Especially tailored for installers, retailers and companies with the goal of climate neutrality, this session will get attendees up to speed on energy security and price stability through commercial storage facilities.
Learn more about this session here: https://www.ees-europe.com/exhibition-program/energy-security-and-price-stability-through-commercial-storage
1:00 PM – 2:15 PM | Electricity Storage as a Driver of Energy Security
A highly explosive geopolitical situation, power grids that are reaching their limits and a steadily increasing demand for energy – all current challenges facing mankind that need to be mastered as quickly as possible.
This thematic block, specifically addressed to distributors and installers, illustrates the advantages of using electricity storage along all application areas (residential, commercial). Be inspired by experts on the latest developments and learn from real-life examples how to make the best use of this technology.
1:00 PM | TBC
1:10 PM | TBC
1:20 PM | Empowering the Future of Energy Storage: Sungrow’s Innovative Solutions for Residential and Commercial Applications
Speaker: Andrea Polini, Senior Product Manager Hybrid/Battery Distribution, Sungrow
1:30 PM | TBC
1:40 PM | Lithiumspeicher – Garant der Energiewende
Speaker: Philipp Leclerc, Head of Sales DACH, Business development, Fox ESS
1:50 PM | Designtrends in der hybriden Energieerzeugung und-speicherung in EV-Ladeparks
Speaker: Ruben Glowczak, Segment Manager, Socomec
2:00 PM | Von der Zelle -Batterie- zum System -ESS- und wieder zurück
Speaker: Michael Strobel, Business Director Europe, Great Power
2:10 PM | Bluetti’s Perspective on the European Residential ESS Market
Speaker: Ziad Kabbani, Senior Consultant, Poweroak
2:20 PM – 3:15 PM | ees Start-ups
Learn more about this session here: https://www.ees-europe.com/exhibition-program/ees-start-ups-2