2nd Utility-Scale Battery Storage 2021

Today, energy storage and battery technologies provide a vital form of energy system flexibility and accommodates a renewable energy landscape. By widespread rollout of such technologies, energy costs can be reduced, and the utilization of power-generation or transmission and distribution assets can be increased. Storage technologies can be used to smooth the flow of power and to improve reliability as backup service.

2nd Utility-Scale Battery Storage 2021 will bring together the most prominent European energy industry leaders in an exclusive closed-group and business-friendly environment for peer-to-peer networking to discuss the latest advancements of battery storage technologies order to increase flexibility in power systems and to enable optimal use of variable electricity sources by sharing their business models and latest case studies.

  • EES Technologies: Latest Developments
  • New Software Developments in EES Technology
  • Use of Battery Storage to Improve Operational Flexibility of Hydropower Plants
  • Hybrid Parks – Batteries in Solar & Wind Farms
  • Domestic Smart Energy Management as an Alternative to Grid-Scale Energy Storage
  • Battery Energy Storage Systems: Usecase & Controls
  • Utilities & Current Challenges in the EES Market
  • European Value Chain for EES: Business Models
  • R&I as a key enabler to support the development and deployment of storage technologies
Head Energy Storage & Flexibility, EDP Inovação, Portugal
Davide Alfonso, Enel X
Head of Business Development North America, Enel X, Italy
Director Batteries, Vattenfall, Germany
Research & Development Project Manager, EDF, France
Business Developer - Hydro Strategy and Development, Fortum, Sweden
Future Technologies Evangelist, Octopus Energy, United Kingdom
Senior Technology Expert in Energy Storage, EDP Innovation, Portugal
Project Officer, EASE, Belgium
Documentation Package
Event Details
  • Start Date
    June 10, 2021 13:00
  • End Date
    June 11, 2021 17:00
Association Partner

The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) located in Brussels, Belgium, is the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain. EASE supports the deployment of energy storage to support the cost-effective transition to a resilient, climate-neutral, and secure energy system.

Media Partner

Oil, Gas & Energy Law (OGEL) is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering all aspects of law pertaining to oil, gas, and energy in general. Since the first issue was published in 2003 it has gained popularity with a large number of (international) energy companies, governmental organisations, law firms, international agencies, academic and think-tank institutions in the field of energy policy and various NGOs.