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Day 1 Wednesday 24 October 2018,

Technology - organised with the support of the JRC

10:00 - 10:30

1.1 Welcome and Introduction - EASE and JRC activities

10:30 - 10:50

1.2 Setting The Stage: European Market Monitor on Energy Storage

  • Which countries are currently most dynamic concerning storage development from a quantitative point of view (GWh and GW added) and in terms of deployment of innovative technologies?
  • What are the drivers for energy storage development in the different EU countries?

Mr Valts Grintals, Senior Analyst, Delta Energy & Environment

10:50 - 11:10

1.3 Current and Future Storage Applications

  • Energy storage systems are often deployed for very specific functions such as time shift or frequency control. Which applications will future energy and power systems need?
11:10 - 11:30

1.4 Energy Storage Technology Costs

  • Are traditional ways to estimate LCOE for energy storage adequate?
  • What recent concepts are proposing for?

11:30 - 12:10

1.5 Manufacturing in Europe: A strategic necessity or value chain optimisation?

  • What is the added value of manufacturing energy storage technologies in Europe

Dr Philippe Biensan, Technical Director Solid State Program - Senior Expert Saft


11.50 - 12.10

1.6 Battery projections and assumptions in energy modelling scenarios

  • What are the projections on battery demand in global energy scenarios?
  • What are the assumptions on battery costs?

12:10 - 13:30

1.7 EASE Student Award Ceremony

12:30 - 13:30

LUNCH

Session 1:
Track A: Introduction to Energy Storage: Technologies and R&I
  • What are the different energy storage technologies currently available on the market?
  • What are their main technical capabilities and applications?
  • How are R&I projects addressing the different energy storage technologies?
  • What are the technical and regulatory challenges and issues faced by these projects?
  • What are the outcomes of these projects? Can their results be monetised?
13:30 - 14:10

1.8 a) Introduction to Large-Scale Energy Storage Technologies: CAES, LAES, Pumped Hydro, Power-to-X

Prok DI Peter Matt, Senior Executive Advisor and DI Gottfried Goekler, Head, Vorarlberger Illwerke AG

14:10 - 15:20

1.9 a) Introduction to Small-Scale Energy Storage Technologies: Batteries, Flow Batteries, Flywheels

Mr Gauthier Dupont, Director Power Business Batteries, NGK Europe GmbH

15:20 - 15: 40

1.10 a) Presentation of R&I European Project

15:40 - 16:00

1.11 a) Presentation of R&I European Project: Horizon 2020 RealValue Project

Ms Rowena McCappin, Project Director, Glen Dimplex Heating & Ventilation

16:00 - 16:20

1.12 a) Presentation of R&I European Project: The GRIDSOL Project

Mr Jose Miguel Estebaranz Pelaez, Technology & Innovation Lead Engineer, Cobra Instalaciones y Servicios

16:20 - 16:40

1.13 a) Presentation of R&I European Project

16:40 - 17:00

1.14 a) From Horizon 2020 to Horizon Europe

Dr Fabrice Stassin, Managing Director EMIRI, EU Government Affairs Manager Umicore, EMIRI - Umicore


Session 2:
Track B: Cutting-Edge Developments in Storage Technologies
  • What are the latest developments in energy storage technologies?
  • Which break-through technologies have the potential to replace existing state-of-the-art?
  • What emerging energy storage concepts are ready to break into the market?
  • What advances are being made in hybrid energy storage systems (combining two or more storage technologies)?
13:30 - 14:10

1.8 b) Advances in Large-Scale Energy Storage Technologies: CAES, LAES, Pumped Hydro

Dr Joris Koornneef, R&D Lead Large Scale Energy Storage, ECN part of TNO

14:10 - 15:20

1.9 b) Next-Generation Battery Technologies: Flow Batteries, High-Temperature Batteries, Li-ion batteries

Dr Geoffrey May, Director, FOCUS Consulting

15:20 - 15:40

1.10 b) Behind-the-Meter Storage:Batteries and Thermal Storage

Dr Raphaël Meyer, CEO, Lancey Energy Storage

15:40 - 16:00

1.11 b) Ultracapacitors: Stabilising the Electricity System

Mr Jan-Hendrik Ernst, Key Account Manager, Maxwell Technologies

16:00 - 16:20

1.12 b) Sector Integration: Power-to-X

16:20 - 16:40

1.13 b) Hybrid Energy Storage Systems

Mr Fernando Morales Rojo, Lead Analyst, Highview Power

16:40 - 17:00

1.14 b) Battery recycling: challenges and opportunities

17:00 - 17:30

Lessons Learned/Observations from Day 1

20:00 - 22-00

OPENING DINNER

Day 2 Thursday 25 October 2018,


Energy Storage Policy and Regulation

09:00 - 09:15

2.1 Welcome and Opening Statement

Ms Eva Chamizo Llatas, EASE President, Director of European Affairs and Head of the Iberdrola Brussels Office

09:15 - 09:45

2.2 Keynote Speech on Storage Policy

09:45 - 10:45

2.3 Energy Storage Policy: The International Perspective

  • How are energy storage markets developing in China, Australia, the United States and India?
  • How have the regulatory frameworks and policies shaped storage development?

Presentations followed by Q&A

Ms Shuo Lin, Global Market Researcher, CNESA (CHINA ENERGY STORAGE ALLIANCE)

Mr Jason Burwen, Vice President of Policy, Energy Storage Association

Dr Rahul Walawalkar, Executive Director, India Energy Storage Alliance

10:45 - 11:15

COFFEE BREAK

11:15 - 12:00

2.4 Energy Storage Policy: The EU Member States Perspective

Moderator: Mr Leonardo Meeus, Professor and Partner at Vlerick Business School, Academic Director of the Vlerick Energy Centre, Vlerick Business School

  • How are EU member states promoting energy storage at national and local level?
  • How do member states see the link between energy storage legislative framework and energy storage business growth?

Presentations followed by Q&A

12:00 - 12:45

2.5 European Energy Market Design for Storage

Moderator: Mr Leonardo Meeus, Professor and Partner at Vlerick Business School, Academic Director of the Vlerick Energy Centre, Vlerick Business School

  • Are the market design proposals in the “Clean Energy for All Europeans” Package a game changer for storage? What further steps must be taken to support energy storage deployment?
  • How could the issue of grid tariffs and fees be addressed?
  • Which success stories/lessons individual countries could be applied at EU level?

Panel Discussion

12:45 - 14:00

LUNCH

13:45 - 14:00

2.6 Keynote Speech

14:00 - 15:15

2.7 Energy Storage in Transmission and Distribution Grids

  • What would be the value of TSOs and DSOs operating energy storage technologies for infrastructure services?
  • How can we maximise the value of energy storage technologies owned and operated by regulated entities? Could regulated and market services co-exist?
  • How could the EU regulatory framework adapt to such applications?

  • How can regulators support market-based procurement of energy and ancillary services that allows energy storage to compete on a level playing field?
  • What about long-term contracts for balancing and ancillary services?
  • What about ownership of energy storage which are “fully integrated network components” by regulated entities?

Presentations

Dr Pablo Eguia., Assistant Professor, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU

Mr Pablo Gonzalez, Manager, Frontier Economics


Panel discussion

Mr Mauricio Remacha, Head of Regulatory Affairs Department, Red Eléctrica de España

Mr Luca Lo Schiavo, Deputy Director of Infrastructure Regulation, ARERA (Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy, Networks and Environment)

15:15 - 15:45

COFFEE BREAK

15:45 - 17:00

2.8 Energy Storage and Mobility

  • What is the impact of EVs on local distribution grid and on long-term planning?
  • Could BEVs and FCEVs provide the grid with system services? If so, how could these services be monetised?
  • What is the role of policymakers to facilitate this shift to BEVs and FCEVs and support prosumers?
  • Road, maritime, aviation transport: which one of BEVs or FCEVs will take the lead on these different segments?
  • What about BEVs and FCEVs environmental impact and capacity to integrate RES?

Presentations

Mr Jorgo Chatzimarkakis, Secretary General, Hydrogen Europe

Mr Giovanni Coppola, Program Manager, Enel X


Panel discussion

17:00 - 17:30

Lessons learned/Observations from Day 2

19:30 - 21:30

GALA DINNER

Prof Dr Klaus-Dieter Borchardt, Director responsible for the Internal Energy Market, DG Energy, European Commission

Day 3 Friday 26 October 2018,


Market Drivers

09:00 - 09:05

3.1 Welcome and Opening Statement

09:05 - 09:30

3.2 Keynote Speech

09:30 - 10:15

3.3 The Economics of Energy Storage Projects

  • What are the multiple revenue streams available to energy storage projects?
  • What are the different costs impacting the business success of energy storage projects?
  • Financing Energy Storage: What is the rationale behind private investors’ decision to invest in energy storage? How do they mitigate the investment risk?

Mr Allan Baker, Global Head of Power, Societe Generale,

Dr David Jorge Antonio Post, Head of Business Development for the Global Thermal Generation, Enel Global Thermal Generation S.r.l.


10:15 - 10:45

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 - 12:45

3.4 Presentation of Replicable Energy Storage Business Cases

  • How do energy storage developers maximise the revenue of energy storage projects? What about revenue stacking?
  • What are the regulatory barriers faced by energy storage developers?
  • Early move, portfolio diversification and partnership: key success factors for energy storage developers?

Dr Marek Kubik, Market Director, Fluence

Mr Taavi Madiberk, CEO, Skeleton Technologies

Dr Katrin Schweren, Head of Regulatory and Public Affairs, tiko Energy Solutions

12:45 - 13:00

Closing Keynote

13:00 - 13:15

Closing remarks

13:15 - 14:00

LUNCH