Deployment & Digitisation of Stationary
& Mobile Storage to Enable a Low Carbon Grid

Thank You to Our 2022 Sponsors

After a record breaking year at the Energy Storage Summit, join us next year at the 8th edition in 2023 where we are expanding in line with the increased opportunity across the renewable sector. As we see this continued growth of the industry through change in government policy, increased capital and a need for grid resilience in geographies with high renewable penetration, can the necessary scale be met across the value chain in order to meet net-zero goals in Europe?

We will gather industry leaders across the sector to discuss a range of vital topics including the most lucrative markets for storage and what the best route to market strategy is for your storage asset, changes needed in policy and infrastructure, as well as the effects of the supply crisis, disruptive technologies and much more.

2023 Key Themes

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Scaling Up Storage

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Securing The Supply Chain

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Looking Forward:
Market Predictions

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Fire Safety

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The Future Of Long Duration

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Asset Management

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What Is Next For Batteries

2022 Summit in Numbers

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600+ Delegates Attended

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34 Sessions

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105 World-Class Speakers

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28 Countries Represented

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40 Sponsors

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2-Days, 4 Streams

2022 Speakers Included

Secretary General
Managing Director
Gresham House
Senior Electricity Market Developer
Penso Power
Alexa Capital
Principal - Energy Storage
Gore Street Capital
Deputy Minister and Secretary of State for Energy
Ministry of Energy, Portugal
Energy Markets Lead
UK Power Networks
Head of Business Development
MD, Head of Energy
Edmond de Rothschild
Policy and Advocacy Manager
Director of Renewables

Who Attended?

This Summit is designed for C-Level, Senior Management, Project Managers, Consultants and key industry stakeholders from across the entire Energy Storage eco-system:

Breakdown in 2022

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Bus. Dev/Sales/ Marketing

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Companies That Attended in 2022 Included

Latest Storage News & Blogs

Swiss fund manager SUSI Partners is exploring PV-plus-storage investment opportunities, building on a string of announcements in recent months that have seen it bolster its utility-scale solar position in markets such as Poland and Italy.
Liam Stoker and Andy Colthorpe return for the February 2022 episode of the Solar Media Podcast.
Standalone storage, demand from commercial and industrial (C&I) customers and new types of grid services will increasingly help drive growth in energy storage in the coming years, but the future mix between battery-based and alternative storage types is still unclear.
Investors are becoming increasingly comfortable with energy storage as an asset class but numerous regulatory and market design hurdles remain across European markets.
The first awards of funding designed to “turbocharge” UK projects developing long-duration energy storage technologies have been made by the country’s government, with £6.7 million (US$9.11 million) pledged. 
The EStor-Lux battery site in south Belgium fully launched commercial activity in December and has successfully participated in grid frequency auctions.
Optimisation deals have been announced for battery storage systems in the UK for Habitat Energy and Centrica with developers Eelpower and Arlington Energy respectively.
Following last year’s acquisition, independent power plant developer Green Frog Power has rebranded as Pulse Clean Energy and unveiled a target of 1GW+ of energy storage assets in the UK.
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