The ees global exhibition series is the electrical energy storage industry’s hotspot for manufacturers, distributors, users and suppliers of stationary and mobile storage solutions. ees exhibitions are organized in cooperation with Intersolar, the world’s leading exhibition series for the solar industry.
The ees exhibitions and accompanying conferences are focused on storage solutions for renewable energy, from residential and commercial applications to large-scale storage systems for stabilizing the grids. ees also features energy management, electric transportation and uninterruptible power supply (UPS).
There are three ees events around the world—ees North America in San Francisco, ees Europe in Munich, and ees India in Mumbai. The ees North America debuted in 2015 as a special exhibition in San Francisco. In 2016, ees North America becomes a stand-alone exhibition co-located with Intersolar North America.
With 100 expected exhibitors and 18,000 visitors at the co-located events, it will be the most-attended solar-plus-storage event in the U.S.
The technologies and innovations driving the North American solar and electrical energy storage market’s growth will be on display at Intersolar and ees North America, the most attended solar industry and electrical energy storage exhibition and conference dedicated to the North American market. New this year is an expanded program on smart renewable energy technologies, which includes the devices and communication technology that help integrate decentralized photovoltaic installations and energy storage systems onto the grid. Exhibitors from around the world will be on hand at the events, which are recognized worldwide as innovative industry platforms, from July 12 to 14 at San Francisco’s Moscone Center West. Exhibition registration will open March 15.
Exhibition organizers anticipate that 18,000 visitors from around the world will see the newest products that promise to increase the global supply of solar power and electrical energy storage. The ninth installment of Intersolar North America will feature five exhibition segments: PV Cells & Modules; Components, Mounting & Tracking Systems; Balance of Systems; PV Manufacturing Equipment, Materials & Components; and Solar Thermal/Solar Heating & Cooling. Energy storage solutions will be on display at the co-located ees (electrical energy storage) North America, where exhibition space has been in high demand.
“Recognized as a global platform showcasing innovations changing the industry, Intersolar and ees North America are second to none,” said Dr. Florian Wessendorf, managing director of Solar Promotion International GmbH, and Daniel Strowitzki, CEO of FMMI International, the organizers of Intersolar and ees North America. “As the solar and electrical energy storage market continues to grow, it is critical for businesses at every stage to stay on top of the new products that are being introduced and market trends that are changing the landscape. To showcase the future of energy supply both events will include a complementary Smart Renewable Energy Program that discusses all current topics regarding small and large electrical storage systems, intelligent transformers and virtual power plants.
”With much of the exhibition space booked, the Intersolar and ees North America 2016 show floor brings together both industry leaders and promising start-ups to display their latest innovations. Organizers expect approximately 550 exhibitors at this year’s event, which is co-located with SEMICON West for the ninth year in a row. The list of exhibitors is available online, with new companies added weekly. Interested companies can still book booth space. More information is available online.
The exhibition floor will also be home to a series of free special presentations and workshops on smart renewable energy technologies at the ees Stage and Innovation & Application Stage. The Intersolar North America Conference, located at the nearby InterContinental Hotel, will offer four smart renewable energy sessions. The high-level panel discussions will cover topics related to system integration; building a smarter grid; grid structure & big data; and an overview of state approaches to distributed energy resources. This growing market sector is an important part of renewable energy generation, and presentations will discuss the technologies included in electric vehicles and charge management; predictive energy management systems; and intelligent power grids. Market leaders will demonstrate how new innovations will help manage the integration of more renewable energy onto the grid, and help balance the power between larger solar power plants and smaller, decentralized systems. Visitors can see electric vehicles (EVs) and EV charging stations up close at the returning e-Mobility special exhibit at Moscone Center West Hall, Level 2. More information is available online.