Stationary Lithium-Ion battery storage

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March 23-24, 2021 in Essen/Germany, online participation possible


Lithium-Ion battery storage as stationary energy storage is the focus of the seminar. The topics of economy, technology and safety are discussed in detail.


The costs for battery storage systems have been falling rapidly for years - this opens up numerous opportunities for new market segments. The seminar illustrates the current market opportunities for stationary storage systems (storage) and provides comprehensive background knowledge on current technical developments.

Lithium-ion batteries (accumulators) with their performance and safety characteristics, development potentials and system-related requirements will be discussed in detail. In addition, both classic storage technologies such as lead-acid batteries or pumped storage power plants as well as innovative developments such as redox flow and high-temperature batteries are considered for comparison.

The seminar covers the entire value chain of storage systems 'from the cell to the application':

There will be practice-relevant discussions on battery management systems, pack design and thermal management as well as optimal storage dimensioning and economic efficiency according to the EEG amendment. Storage systems are an important building block for the energy turnaround. Without energy storage (electricity storage) the so-called dark lull cannot be overcome. Photovoltaic systems in combination with electricity storage systems (accumulators) are playing an increasingly important role in the private sector.

About the topic

Storage systems will play a key role in future power grids. Falling battery storage prices will ensure in just a few years that a local supply of photovoltaic systems and home storage in Germany will be cheaper than purchasing grid electricity. Already today, battery storage systems are taking over more and more parts of the classic system services, especially the primary control power. After all, the increasing share of electric vehicles in Germany will soon make enormous storage capacities available in traction batteries that can be used for innovative business areas.

In all cases, affected companies must take early action to be able to use this change to their advantage.

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