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  • Energy Storage and Connected Systems will return to
    the Olympia Conference Centre, London on 6 – 7 February 2018

    Building on its success in 2017, 'ESCS' will once again bring together key industry figures to focus on the future of energy storage in the UK; covering practical examples of storage that are currently being deployed and how they integrate into a broader network of connected systems including smart buildings, grids and electric vehicle infrastructure.

  • EXHIBIT

    Exhibit at ESCS 2018 and promote your products and services to a highly targeted audience. 

    Book to exhibit

    CONFERENCE

    Industry experts will deliver two days dedicated to energy storage & connected systems.

    Attend the conference

    TRAVEL

    Find out how to get to the Olympia Conference Centre as well as what there is to do near by.
     

    How to get there

  • 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

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