Why exhibit

  • Energy Storage

    The UK energy storage market offers great potential, currently the UK has 24MW of energy storage capacity, by 2020 it is estimated to be 1.6GW. It's a changing market but the underlying drivers remain the same - a significant increase in renewable energy supplies amid growing demand for energy and, at the same time, various factors are putting increasing pressure on the electricity grid. The landmark EFR (Enhanced Frequency Response) contracts have kick started the large-scale market and turned the eyes of the world on UK energy storage providers. This event will focus on what the UK is doing today in energy storage with examples of real companies, real business, that’s happening now; where the market and technology will go in the next few years and how, in many cases, especially in urban environments, it will integrate with a broader connected system within the council, business or home premises.

    Connected Systems

    The outlook for energy storage, electric vehicles and smart, connected systems that manage the energy interface is extremely positive and the sectors are now growing rapidly. Issues of air quality in cities, grid constraints, the need to meet binding carbon targets and the deployment of more renewables are all drivers that will see these markets continue to grow over the next few years both here in the UK and internationally. 

    The conference content related to connected systems will focus on companies, cities and consumers and provide valuable insights to public sector customers, the business community and ultimately the general public.

    Enquire about exhibiting
  • Take one of the exclusive opportunities to exhibit which includes:

    • Table top space
    • One delegate place for both days of the event
    • Only 20 stands available.

    £1,850+ VAT per package       Enquire about exhibiting

  • Topics covered include:

    • Market trends and UK opportunities
    • Integrating energy storage into the UK energy system
    • Self-consumption at all scales; domestic, commercial, community and the public sector
    • Understanding the economics and commercial challenges
    • Experiences with large scale installations
    • The way forward for domestic and small-scale applications
    • Market drivers: will the recent changes in UK renewable energy policy help or hinder deployment and growth?
    • Is energy storage the key to decentralised energy?
    • Finance and funding for energy storage innovation and development
    • Cost reductions could cut payback time for grid-scale battery storage to 6 years
    • Large grid scale projects already financially viable
    • REA call on Government to remove regulatory barriers and introduce an energy storage definition
  • Exhibitors will include providers of:

    • Energy Storage - Manufacturing Equipment, Materials and Components
    • Batteries, Battery Packs, Battery Management Systems
    • Charging Technologies and Devices
    • Electric Vehicles
    • Connected, Smart Systems
    • Redox Fuel Cells
    • Fuel Cells
    • Power to gas (Methane, Hydrogen, Electrolysis, Infrastructure etc)
    • Other Energy Storage Methods (Capacitors, Flywheels, CAES etc)
    • Battery Testing, Inspection, Safety
    • Power Electronics for Storage Systems

    For more information about taking a stand at the event please contact the team at escs@reedexpo.co.uk

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