Batteries and energy storage systems: market and technology trends at the ees Innovation Day

On July 29, 2020, the first ees Innovation Day will explore the latest market and technology trends in the global energy storage industry, with product presentations on-stage and in the expo area, opportunities to network with international energy storage experts and business representatives, and high-caliber keynote speakers from BloombergNEF and RWTH Aachen University.

The innovations of the global energy storage industry range from mobile and stationary battery and energy storage technologies to components for energy storage systems to battery production technologies. Together, they are driving the modernization of our energy infrastructure, playing an essential role in the creation of a flexible and reliable grid system. These innovations will be the focus of the ees Innovation Day. Around 10 companies will present their pioneering technologies and products to an international audience from the stage as well as to the attendees visiting their virtual booths in the event’s expo area.

Alongside the product presentations and networking opportunities, ees Innovation Day attendees can also look forward to two high-caliber keynote speakers. Dr. Kai-Philipp Kairies, Director of Technical Consulting at RWTH Aachen University, will speak on “Battery Technology Trends: From Research to Reality” at 9:00am (CEST), and Yayoi Sekine, Head of Decentralized Energy at BloombergNEF, will discuss “Beyond Covid-19 – the Outlook for Energy Storage” at 2:00pm (CEST). Between 10:00am and 1:00pm (CEST), three German-language presentations will supplement the all-day English-language program.

For further information, to view the full program or to register free of charge, please visit the The smarter E website.

The following companies will be participating in the ees Innovation Day:

  • Alpha ESS
  • BYD Company Limited
  • DLG Energy, Inc. (Brand: Soluna)
  • Eaton Electric
  • LG Chem Europe GmbH
  • Shenzhen SOFARSOLAR Co., Ltd.
  • Smart Power GmbH
  • SolaX Power Europe GmbH
  • xelectrix Power GmbH
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