Energy Storage Global Conference
The Energy Storage Global Conference (ESGC) is back! The conference’s fifth edition will be held on 11 – 13 October 2022 and is organised by EASE – The European Association for Storage of Energy, in collaboration with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre, as a hybrid event at Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels, as well as online.
ESGC 2022 will explore the extent to which energy storage can help avoid dependency on fossil fuels and will cover three main topics that represent the whole value chain of energy storage, offering great opportunities to industry, researchers, and policymakers to exchange views and debate key issues faced by the energy storage sector.
Download the preliminary programme here.
Day 1 – POLICY: Debate the most pressing challenges to the development of energy storage, learn from best practice examples, and discuss energy storage market design and regulatory frameworks with policymakers, National Regulatory Authorities and speakers from around the globe.
Day 2 – MARKET: Learn from successful and innovative business cases, investments, emerging markets, trends and storage applications.
Day 3 – TECHNOLOGY: Discover the latest cutting-edge energy storage technologies and engage in thorough, technical discussions with leading experts driving storage technology development.
Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities
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ESGC 2022 Sponsors
ESGC 2022 Partners
|AEPIBAL is a Business Association that arises from the interest of the Spanish industry to actively promote the energy storage sector. Our goal is to encourage the development of the three main pillars of the battery storage market: utility scale, industrial and residential. We want to boost commercial initiatives among our associates and with other platforms or associations to make companies more competitive, both in the Spanish and international markets.|
|The Association for Energy Storage AKU-BAT CZ brings together the most important actors active in the field of energy storage in the Czech Republic. The Association’s members are multinational energy companies, international and domestic battery manufacturers, prestigious banks, industrial companies, universities and research institutions, law and consulting companies and others. The main goal of AKU-BAT is to promote favourable conditions for the development of all types of energy storage and creation of interesting investment opportunities for its members. AKU-BAT combines energy storage with e-mobility, renewable resources, industry and other areas.|
|The Association for production, storage and trading of electricity (APSTE) is a non-profit organisation that supports the development and market integration of renewable energy and energy storage technologies in Bulgaria. Members of APSTE spain the entire value chain of production, storage and trading of electricity from renewable energy sources, from R&D and manufacturing of power electronics and energy conversion technologies to project development and engineering, legal, and financial consulting.|
|The Batteries European Partnership Association (BEPA) is the international non-profit making association (AISBL) representing the private-side of the BATT4EU Partnership. It gathers the European battery community willing to contribute to the ambitious upcoming Research & Innovation Batteries Partnership under Horizon Europe.|
|Energy Storage Ireland (ESI) is a representative organisation for the energy storage industry in Ireland and Northern Ireland. ESI represents over 45 companies from across the energy storage supply chain. ESI works to promote the benefits of energy storage and engages with policymakers to support and facilitate the development of energy storage on the island of Ireland.|
|EnergyIN, the Competitiveness and Technology Cluster for Energy, is a non-profit cluster association established in 2008, working for the energy sector in Portugal, namely on renewable energies, energy efficiency, energy storage, fuel cells and hydrogen. Its mission is to promote the collaborative works between companies, namely small and medium size, and research institutions, in order to foster technological innovation and competitiveness.|
|FEDARENE is the collective voice on the energy transition for regions and regional energy agencies. Through ambitious projects and facilitation services, FEDARENE’s members drive the energy transition and climate action in their territories, influencing and translating policies into action on the ground. With 850+ experts across 25 EU countries, we get one step closer every day to climate neutrality.|
|IESA (India Energy Storage Alliance) was launched by CES in 2012 to accelerate the market development for Energy Storage technologies in India, through an active dialogue among the various stakeholders. Over the past 6 years, IESA has worked diligently with policy markets, industry stakeholders and consumers to create awareness of energy storage technologies for transforming India’s electric grid in the upcoming decades. Today, IESA has become the leading body to address the need for a robust energy storage ecosystem in the country. It has a set mission to make India a global hub for research and manufacturing of advanced energy storage technologies by 2022.|
|Emerging Technology News is a publication by Customized Energy Solutions (CES). The magazine focuses on global news, views, projects, and technology news in the areas of e-mobility, energy storage solutions integration and green hydrogen. ETN produces yearly global 50 list of leaders and Rising Stars in your sectors. Feel free to nominate your leader. CES media initiatives also include Emerging Tech Radio (ETR) podcast, Weekly Newsletters, and various Industry Reports.|
|Focusing on one of the most important components of the decentralised, decarbonised and digitised energy systems of the future, Energy-Storage.news is the world’s leading source for breaking news, analysis and opinion dedicated to the international industry, innovations and technologies. Receive the latest industry news, insights and analysis regularly by subscribing to our industry leading newsletters.
|European Energy Innovation is a communication platform designed with one purpose in mind: to put energy and transport stakeholders in touch with each other. Our free quarterly publication provides an authoritative stream of well-written informative articles that keep you up to date with the latest thinking on Energy, Environment, Climate Change and Transport in Europe. It has an estimated readership of 30,000 opinion leaders in industry, research, academia, the EU Parliament, European Commission and National Governments. The magazine is available free of charge in a variety of formats: online; as an e-magazine; as a pdf download, and of course as a printed magazine via our website.
|Renews Ltd was founded by journalists in 2002 to provide unflinching, news-focused coverage of the renewable energy sector. The pages of the flagship publication, reNEWS Premium Business Intelligence, in addition to dedicated market reports, online news and live coverage from events, offer an incisive reflection of this exciting and growing industry.|
|REVOLVE is a communications group fostering cultures of sustainability. REVOLVE supports numerous sustainability-oriented projects to maximise their impact by leading the communication and dissemination strategy, visual branding, content creation, analytics, event organisation, and press relations. REVOLVE publishes an award-winning quarterly magazine that explores sustainable ecosystems management, the energy transition, water security, green mobility, and the circular economy.|
|The Energy Industry Times is a monthly newspaper dedicated to providing forward-looking reporting on the key issues driving this exciting sector. At last, an easy way to keep abreast of the latest news in the power and energy sectors – from a source you can trust.|
Past ESGC events
The fourth Energy Storage Global Conference took place on 19 – 21 October 2021 for the first time as a hybrid event, in-person at the Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels and online. The event was organised by EASE – The European Association for Storage of Energy, with the support of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.
The ESGC 2018 confirms the success of the previous two editions thanks to the involvement of over 300 participants from all around the world, as well as 75 speakers and 16 exhibitors.
More than 220 delegates attended the Energy Storage Global Conference , which saw 49 speakers from the industry, research centres and international bodies from the electricity, renewables and storage sectors, as well as representatives from the European institutions, and national administrations.