Covering the entire value chain of innovative battery and energy storage technologies, ees North America is the ideal platform for all stakeholders in the rapidly growing energy storage market. It takes place in the epicenter of the U.S. storage market: California. Co-located with Intersolar North America, ees North America provides the best opportunity to explore energy storage systems in combination with PV and beyond. ees North America is part of the ees global exhibition series. Together with ees Europe in Munich, ees South America in Sao Paulo and ees India in Mumbai, ees events are represented on four continents.
Exhibit at the first major solar and energy storage event of the year where getting a jump on innovation can make you more competitive, knowledgeable, and quicker to market than your competition. Plus, our networking advantage pays off – Intersolar is where deals get done.
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Grid Edge Innovation - Technologies Business Models and the Future of Demand Flexibility
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As the grid has become more decentralized and decarbonized, the need for a flexible and digitally managed grid have increased drastically. A part of this challenge stems from reduced visibility, control and arguably, revenues for the utilities and system operators. At the same time, the tools available to run a well-orchestrated grid have moved closer to the customers.
This white paper looks at a one potential future where a suite of customer focused grid edge solutions are commonly resourced to enhance grid flexibility. Some of the technologies included in the discussion will be standalone and solar paired storage, load control and electric vehicle charging. The white paper will also assess the state of the marketplace, including players, business models and other developments.
ees and Intersolar North America 2018 welcomed more than 14,000 attendees from around 60 countries. Over three days of the two exhibitions, 433 companies displayed the latest technologies expanding the reach of U.S. clean energy in six exhibition segments. They debuted new products, networked with companies across the energy storage ad solar supply chain, and met potential customers. The high-level conferences featured 35 sessions and 12 workshops, including four sessions focused on e-mobility technologies and market trends during the new Power2Drive track.
California is the heart of the U.S. solar and energy storage market, so ensuring it remains strong is one of ees North America’s top priorities and reason for our strong partnership with and financial support of the California Solar and Storage Association (CALSSA). As CALSSA’s largest donor and long-time supporter, ees’s funding partnership helps CALSSA to promote smart energy storage technologies, drive policy advocacy and create a strong voice for energy storage markets in California and nationwide.