Accompanying Research on Battery Cell Production
Battery Live Talks
Battery Live Talk: The future of stationary battery storage
Online | 30 March 2023 | 16.30 - 17.15 CET
Don't miss out on our upcoming Battery Live Talk featuring Sara Hermansson (Investment Project Manager at EIT InnoEnergy) and Timo Kern (Head of energy system and markets at Ffe) who will explore the key questions about the future of stationary battery storage.
What will be addressed:
- What stationary battery storage technologies do we actually need?
- What are the challenges manufacturers face in growing their business?
- How large will the stationary battery storage market become?
As the world transitions towards cleaner and more sustainable energy sources, the need for stationary battery storage solutions has become increasingly urgent. We will explore the key questions surrounding stationary battery storage technologies. New battery technologies such as 2nd life storage, redox flow batteries and sodium ion batteries are fighting to find their place in this highly competitive market. We will also delve into the challenges manufacturers face in scaling their businesses and discuss the size and future growth of the stationary battery storage market.
Join us to discover what storage solutions are truly needed and which technologies will play a major role.
But the most important thing about this virtual panel discussion is that you can bring in your questions, which our moderator Christoph Sprung (Consultant at VDI/VDE-IT) will then discuss with our panellists. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to engage with experts in the field and gain valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities of the stationary battery storage industry. Register now and secure your spot!
This discussion format is free of charge and opens a channel for critical reflection on important questions that arise within the Important Project of Common European Interest (IPCEI) European Battery Innovation.
The event is organised by the accompanying research of the IPCEI EuBatIn, managed by VDI/VDE Innovation + Technik GmbH on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Action.