Battery storage to accelerate the energy transition
Sponsored by: InnoEnergy
- Battery Storage
- Energy Transition
Date: 8 October
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
We all know that battery storage is today’s hot topic. Battery storage is the next big disruptive technology and is going to play a significant role in the already transforming energy sector. It supports secure and efficient renewables integration, enables decarbonisation of the energy system and can revolutionise the power and transportation sectors.
Growing market demands have driven prices down as major players in Asia, Europe and the United States are scaling up battery production. With the current lower prices and regulatory changes, the role of battery storage will continue to expand in energy markets and transform the power landscape. And as consumers become prosumers – they will play a more active part in the energy transition!
Join the “Battery storage to accelerate the energy transition” webinar on Monday, 8 October to understand the future impact, market trends and how prosumers will actually drive the market.
In this webinar, we will discuss the following crucial elements:
• How batteries will affect the energy transition and what their expected impact will be by 2040
• What the key market drivers and emerging business models are for the energy sector
• How prosumers can make use of battery storage and play a more active role in the energy transition
What are your thoughts on the future of battery storage? Reserve your spot now for this essential webinar on Monday, 8 October!
Professor of Industrial Energy Policy at Chalmers Univ. of Technology
Tomas Kåberger is professor of Industrial Energy Policy at Chalmers Univ. of Technology serving as co-director of the Energy Area of Advance. He has a MSc in Engineering Physics, a PhD in Physics, and a docent degree in Environmental Science. Tomas serves as Exec. Board Chairman of the Renewable Energy Inst. in Japan, and on other boards such as Vattenfall AB. He is appointed Sr. Advisor to the Beijing-based Global Energy Interconnection Development and Co-operation Organisation.
Product Manager at Power2U
Vladyslav Milshyn has a background in a wide range of energy technologies. After getting a Double-Master Degree at InnoEnergy Master's School, he took on a challenge to join a start-up venture, Power2U, which is set to revolutionize the way that local energy systems are operated today. Vladyslav is focused on bringing economically viable applications for battery storage in the real estate sector. He is determined to support the value of batteries on different levels of the power grid.
Key Learning Objectives
- How batteries will affect the energy transition and what their expected impact will be by 2040
- What the key market drivers and emerging business models are for the energy sector
- How prosumers can make use of battery storage and play a more active role in the energy transition
- Board Level Management
- Research & Development
- Senior Management
- Strategy Planning