Looking to acquire new customers and build on good relationships with existing ones? ees North America, focusing on all energy storage segments, takes place in San Francisco, California - the key U.S. market for energy storage and solar - and is the perfect opportunity for your next major deal!
After a year of uncertainty and political turmoil in the North American renewable energy market, ees North America delivered a bold and optimistic take on the future of solar and storage technologies in 2018. More than 14,000 people were drawn from around 60 countries to the events’ shared location (including SEMICON) to marvel at the 433 exhibitors.
Join us in San Francisco from July 9 to 11, 2019!
The latest report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) expects sales of electric vehicles (EVs) to increase from a record 1.1 million worldwide in 2017 to 11 million in 2025, then soaring to a whopping 30 million in 2030, when they will be cheaper to make than conventional cars with internal combustion engines (ICE).
The mileage you get from your own solar power depends mainly on how much energy your car uses. A photovoltaic system with a capacity of 5 kW, for instance, can provide about 5,000 kWh per year. If your electric car needs more than about 27 kWh/100 miles, it can run emission-free for roughly 1,550 miles per month.
Intersolar + ees + the special exhibit on electric vehicles and charging infrastructure: Power2Drive
The State Public Utilities Commission has estimated that California will probably meet its target of producing 50% of its electricity from renewables ahead of the 2030 deadline. California and New York state lead the nation in energy efficiency, along with setting and meeting clean energy targets to keep utility rates down. These two states alone account for the majority of all U.S. “clean tech” investment.
As Governor Brown recently emphasized, “In California, facts and science still matter.” And the figures prove that California is the #1 US Energy Storage Market and is looking to stay firm in this position.
GTM Research and the Energy Storage Association released the U.S. Energy Storage Monitor 2017 Year-in-Review, reporting 1,000 megawatt-hours were deployed between 2013 and 2017 and predicting that more than 1,200 megawatthours of energy storage will get deployed in 2018 alone. What numbers can be expected for the coming years? What will be the role of energy storage in the power grid – and off the grid?
The ees North America Conference stands for quality, internationality and a variety of conference sessions and panel discussions. This conference guarantees your company a high-level international audience – and is sure to give your company a head start. For a broader audience, there are several stages on the show floor that direct traffic to content on the exhibition. WRISE, IREC and GTM are only a few of the associations and researchers rocking the stage. Take a look at the 2018 program and stay curious about next year’s event!
Have you ever heard of the amazing sailing tour in the San Francisco Bay area? It’s a great way to enjoy the city’s flair from a different point of view and to start feeling the spirit of ees North America. The Summerfest is legendary! This fund-raising event for CALSSA was held in the AT&T park in 2017, and was lots of fun with the future space on Earth party in 2018. Did you attend the vineyard tour in 2018? If not, you’ll get the chance again in 2019. Sun, bay area, award-winning wines – there is no better place to round up your stay in San Francisco! Throughout the week, visitors to ees and Intersolar were able to enjoy exclusive tours of noteworthy solar and microgrid installations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, organized by NorCal Solar.
Energy storage systems are one of the essential pillars of the renewable energy mix of the future, safeguarding supplies to drive the energy transition. As international exhibition series for batteries and energy storage systems, ees (electrical energy storage) is the industry hotspot for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors, and users of electrical energy storage solutions as well as battery systems.
Introduced in 2014, the ees AWARD is devoted to the electrical energy storage solutions behind the clean energy of tomorrow. The award pays tribute to pioneering products and solutions for stationary and mobile electrical energy storage systems. The range of innovations encompasses the entire value-added chain of innovative battery and energy storage technologies – from components to concrete applications and business models.
Intersolar North America - The premier networking platform for the North American solar industry
Intersolar North America has become the premier networking platform for the North American solar industry. The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies and solar thermal technologies.
Special exhibit “Diversity of E-Mobility”
The special Power2Drive exhibit is designed to show how electric vehicles can help ensure a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply. It is a meeting place for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and start-ups in the rapidly growing new field of electric mobility and transportation.
SEMICON West at the same location
SEMICON West brings all of the extended electronics supply chain together in one place and at the same time. It’s where the industry gets a glimpse of what’s coming up next so it can discover its innovation engines. And it’s also the ideal place to reconnect with customers and find new ones.