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Tuesday, 28 March 2023
- 10:30 - 12:30 | Technical Standards: Design, safety and security for battery systems
- 15:00 - 17:00 | How does an ESS get running? Business models and regulation in buildings, industry
Introduction: Reliable future markets are based on suitable standards and certification. What is the current situation? What is to be considered for industry and users? During this interactive workshop participants be provided with insights on the current development for technical standards for battery storage systems in Germany and the EU and discuss best-practice for design, safety and test procedures for batteries.
Moderation: Thomas Timke, Senior Battery Expert Solarwatt GmbH
Upcoming EU battery regulation and current normative challenges
Thomas Timke, Solarwatt GmbH
Battery safety for residential system and small business applications - The upcoming new version of the VDE-AR-E 2510-50 and its role for the EU battery regulation
Guido Schmülling, Commeo GmbH
Storage Systems for the charging infrastructure as a crucial element for eMobility
Bernhard Böden, Power Innovation GmbH
Software for stationary energy storage systems
Leon Gosh, CELLECT ENERGY
Introduction of the new pre-standard DIN VDE V 0510-100. The first 2nd life standard for EU – conformal repurposing of EV-batteries
Michael Zeyen,Vancom GmbH & Co. KG
Best practice case – Repurposing of EV batteries for stationare applications
Ludwig Asen, FENECON GmbH
Key findings of the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy study on the safety of second-life batteries in domestic battery storage system
Prof. Paul Christensen, Newcastle University (online)
Introduction: What are the framework conditions for the use of energy storage systems in buildings and industry? What are the current challenges and developments? Which business models are currently developing? From installation and building law conditions to the measurement concept for operation, business models against the current legal background as well as the insurance practice for energy storage - these are the core topics in this workshop.
Moderation: Jörg Blaurock, 3 Energie Consulting
BVES-Branchenzahlen 2023 – Wachstumsmarkt Haushalt und Gebäude
Jörg Blaurock, 3Energie-Consulting GmbH & Co. KG
Rechtliche Rahmenbedingungen und Herausforderungen für Energiespeicher in Haushalt, Gebäude, Industrie
Dr. Florian Brahms, BRAHMS NEBEL Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Best Practice Energiespeichersysteme für Strom, Wärme, Mobilität in Haushalt und Gebäude
NN, E3DC GmbH, tbc
Thomas Herold, HUAWEI Technologies Deutschland GmbH
Systemlösungen für die Dekarbonisierung der Energieversorgungen von Industrieunternehmen im Zusammenspiel mit dem Stromnetz
Eike Christian Toepfer, IZAAC Energy GmbH
Best Practice in der Industrie: Von Peak Shaving über USV bis Regelenergie
Dirk Willing, INTILION GmbH
Sven Huntemann, TESVOLT AG
Robert Härtel, Frequenz Energy-as-a-Service, GmbH
Juan-Carlos Mejia, Enerox GmbH (CellCube)
Wednesday, 29 March 2023
- 10:00 - 12:00 | How does an ESS get running? Business models and regulation in energy infrastructure
- 13:30 - 17:00 | IEA Energy Storage Stakeholder dialogue on Flexible Sector Coupling
Introduction: This workshop is specifically tailored for the application of storage systems in the energy infrastructure. What role do storage systems serve in and for the grid? What are the key issues for implementation in practice? What defines the current legal framework? Attend this workshop to find out more on these topics and to discuss recent developments.
Moderation: Dr. Matthias Vetter, Head of Department Electrical Energy Storage, Fraunhofer ISE
Dr. Matthias Vetter, Fraunhofer ISE
Der Großspeichermarkt in Deutschland – BVES Branchenanalyse 2023
Jörg Blaurock, 3Energie-Consulting GmbH & Co. KG
Aktueller Stand des rechtlichen Rahmens und Ausblick auf die kommenden Entwicklung für Großspeicher im und für das Netz.
Dr. Florian Valentin, von Bredow Valentin Herz
Business Case: Netzbooster als technische Netzbetriebsmittel
Carmen Kompatscher, Fluence Energy GmbH
Netzdienliche Nutzung von (Groß-) Speichern - Praxisbeispiele, aktuellen Hürden und regulatorischer Handlungsbedarf
Benedikt Deuchert, Kyon Energy Solutions GmbH
Safety & Security von Li-Ion Großbatterien – Best practice BVES Brandschutzleitfaden
Dr. Jan Regtmeier, DENIOS SE
Großspeichertechnologien, best practice mit:
Alexander Börgel, Hypnetic GmbH
Dr. Robert Pfab, Carbon-Clean Technologies GmbH
Introduction: The International Energy Agency’s Technology Collaboration Programme (IEA ES TCP) on Energy Storage presently runs an international project on the topic of Flexible Sector Coupling (FSC).
FSC is about connecting a multitude of “consuming” sectors to the increasing share of fluctuating renewables electricity generation and using energy storage to provide robustness and flexibility. With “consuming sectors” we here mean the thermal sector, addressing demands of heating and cooling, and the mobility sector, including all modes of transportation. In an increasingly electrified society, most of the energy input comes from electricity, regardless of sector, and with energy storage we get a time-independent, flexible connection between variable renewable electricity production and any demand for energy services. With a holistic approach, energy storage in its many forms – not only batteries, but also more affordable alternatives like hot water storage, underground thermal storage, and more advanced concepts of storing heating and cold, as well as hydrogen storage and any form of synthetic fuels derived from H2 for the mobility sector – can service the overall system in a cost-optimal and functional way.
In this stakeholder dialogue, we call for your input. While technical opportunities are clearly described, cost-benefits mapped out for a number of applications, and some real installations documented to inspire further development, we really need to define opportunities AND challenges with the concept from the perspective of actors involved in the sectors – planners, policy makers, utilities, developers of mobilitysolutions and low-carbon housing and industry.
For the dialogue, you can expect the following:
- A brief introduction to Flexible Sector Coupling, with techno-economic insights on the concept for the case of Germany.
- A guided opportunity to dialogue with the FSC team, to brainstorm around, and eventually conclude on important aspects related to the feasibility of the concept.
- A review of inspiring case applications to bring with you as further food-for-thought.
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Viktoria Martin, Head of Division of Energy Systems, KTH Royal Institute of Technology Sweden
Thursday, 30 March 2023
Introduction: Energy storage technologies are gaining more and more attention in the finance and insurance industry. What are the characteristics of investing in storage technologies? What is the value of energy storage? The purpose of this workshop is to bring investors and technology providers on the same level and to jointly shape the further growth of the industry.
Moderation: Markus Rosenthal, BVES e.V.
Bankability and Investability in energy storage systems
Markus Rosenthal, BVES e.V.
Financing of Renewables and Energy Storage
Manuela Heise, DKB
Technical criteria to ensure investability in battery energy storage systems
Patrick Heininger, Project Manager Batteries and Energy Storage Systems, VDE Renewables GmbH
Performance insurance - worthwhile basis for a worthwhile business?
Dr. Sebastian Scholz, Munich RE
Stage Investments to create European Champions in New Energy
Dr. Markus Forstmeier, EIT Inno Energy
Invest in Energy Storage – A big challenge for institutional investors
Dr. Nina Fichtl, DIAS Investment Service
Beyond Venture Capital – 2nd Stage Investments
Dr. Alexandros Papaderos, TACH2YONE GmbH
Status: February 2023, errors and omissions excepted.