SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week and the International Battery & Energy Storage Alliance (IBESA) are delighted to announce its continuing cooperation with this three-part digital seminar that provides in-depth education to the energy storage industry.
Attendees of the digital seminar can expect comprehensive market and technology updates and will receive a Certificate of Attendance issued by EUPD Research / IBESA.
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U.S. Energy Storage Market Developments: Post Pandemic Opportunities
Day 1 | September 9 | 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
This market intelligence session will highlight most compelling market developments and business trends across all segments (residential, commercial, large-scale). Reflecting the views of leading researchers, project developers and manufacturers, participants will gain a deep understanding of the status-quo and projected future developments. You can expect vital information to fine-tune your strategy and learn how to succeed in the marketplace of tomorrow.
Storage 2.0: Technological Advancements and Innovative Business Models
Day 2 | September 10 | 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
Particularly designed for the needs of downstream players, this session presents latest technological breakthroughs and showcases successfully proven business models. Equip your company with innovative concepts needed to succeed in the storage marketplace of tomorrow, with a substantial focus on new opportunities provided by the technology’s unique value streams. Technical experts will touch base on the distinct value propositions and explain how system ROI can be noticeably advanced.
Real-life Examples and Best Practices for Energy Storage Projects
Day 3 | September 11 | 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM EDT
Participants can expect a practice-oriented session highlighting topics that are currently impacting the downstream segment. In addition to insights on local market dynamics, speakers will touch base on lessons learned and best practices from the field. Furthermore, this session will feature emerging financing mechanisms for systems and projects and describe how they change the market in the future.