Large, Grid-Scale Storage for More Supply- and Demand-Flexibility

Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Time
02:30 pm - 04:00 pm
Hall
ICM München
Room
Room 13 A

As the world embraces renewables, and particularly large-scale, variable solar and wind power, grid-scale storage, especially batteries, become key. This session will provide insights into improved network development plans and flexibility strategies, address grid congestion and effective capacity management. Delve into case studies of successful deployment strategies and business models for the seamless integration of storage, enhanced grid stability and optimized energy management. Join us for insightful discussions on the future of energy storage, system costs, integration timelines, and the dynamic landscape of large, grid-scale storage.

02:30 pm - 02:40 pmWelcome and Introduction

Patrick Clerens

Secretary General

EASE - The European Association for Storage of Energy

02:40 pm - 02:55 pmCo-Located Renewables & Battery Storage - The System Combination of the Future

Marcel Schepers

Product Manager Flexibility Marketing

EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

02:55 pm - 03:10 pmCompressed Air Energy Storage CAES Project Experiences in Germany

Speaker to be Announced

03:10 pm - 03:25 pmThe Success Story of Energy Cells Lithuania: The Biggest Battery Energy Storage System in Europe

Rimvydas Stilinis

CEO

Energy cells JSC

Vitalijus Baranskas

Chief Technical Officer

Energy cells JSC

03:25 pm - 03:35 pmRole of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) in the Grid of the Future

Sankara Subramanian

ESS- Utility Market Leader

Saft Batteries

03:40 pm - 04:00 pmPanel Discussion

Speakers
Speaker
Vitalijus Baranskas, Energy cells JSC

Chief Technical Officer

Lithuania

to be announced

Speaker
Sankara Subramanian, Saft Batteries

ESS- Utility Market Leader

France

Grid Leader with 32+ years of international experience in Power Grid sector covering, transmission & distribution including the latest technological resources employed in today's grid to meet the energy transition with renewable resources. Sankara holds 17 International Granted patents. He is very active member of Cigre, PSRC WG committees. Sankara has authored and presented 70+ combined conference papers and Journals over the last 20 years.

Speaker
Rimvydas Stilinis, Energy cells JSC

CEO

Lithuania

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Speaker
Patrick Clerens, EASE - The European Association for Storage of Energy

Secretary General

Belgium

Mr Clerens studied law at the University of Saarbrücken and the University of Mainz. Since 1996, he has worked as a consultant for a private company specialising in European Affairs in Brussels. In his capacity as Brussels Representative of different European associations, he has been involved in the climate and energy field since 2003. He has managed the EASE office in Brussels as Secretary General since its establishment in September 2011. Since then, EASE has grown from the initial 13 founding members to over 70 and is still growing rapidly.

Speaker
Marcel Schepers, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

Product Manager Flexibility Marketing

Germany

Marcel Schepers is product manager for flexibility marketing within EnBW Trading and the virtual power plant of EnBW and in this role responsible for the battery marketing business and offered range of services. He has deep expertise and insights about the flexibility markets, especially in Germany. Before he joined EnBW Trading, he formerly served as a consultant for the German energy industry and was part at the generation department of EnBW where he was involved in the development of large-scale battery projects.

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