Delegates at next year’s Energy Storage Europe Conference will hear a plea for open business models (Pic: Energy Storage Europe 2016).
Energy storage developers and asset owners should aim to be technologically neutral to make the most of global markets, experts will hear next year.
Florian Mayr, partner and storage expert of management consultancy Apricum, is due to make the case for technologically open business models at the Energy Storage Europe Conference 2017 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
These models can benefit most from the growth of international storage markets as flexibility becomes a key factor for success in the industry, he claims.
“Today storage markets are still comparatively small and characterised by individual, often geographically determined application cases,” he said.
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It has been announced that Energy Storage Europe 2016 and the International Renewable Energy Storage Conference – IRES 2016 – will merge next year. Photo credit: Messe Düsseldorf
By Jason Deign
Energy storage’s evolution into a mainstream sector took a step forward this week with news of a major conference tie-up.
Messe Düsseldorf, the Düsseldorf Trade Fair, and the European Association for Renewable Energy, EUROSOLAR, signed a cooperation agreement that will see their respective flagship storage conferences running as one.
It means the organisation and programmes of the fifth European Energy Storage Conference and the 10th International Renewable Energy Storage Conference (IRES 2016) will be merged.
Organisers say the move will create additional advantages for visitors, exhibitors and speakers. For example, there will be a joint combination ticket for the key aspects of the conference.
The joint programme planning should also make it easier for visitors to acquire information on a more extensive range of topics within a single event.
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