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Energy Storage 2017

Date: 8th February 2017 - 9th February 2017 Location: Paris - France

Analysing business models for successful developments in energy storage

Building on the success of its previous editions, we are pleased to announce that ACI’s Energy Storage 2017 Conference will return to Paris, France, on the 8-9 February 2017.

The conference will bring together key industry stakeholders to address the current challenges of the energy storage market and discuss the latest developments. The two day event will give insights on business cases, regulatory environment, financial aspects and technological advancements for the energy storage industry. The Energy Storage 2017 Conference will demonstrate successful case studies, and explore the latest R&D projects. Join us in Paris to meet senior representatives from leading companies for excellent networking opportunities.




Energy Storage 2017 - Conference Pass (inc. documentation pack)£1,276.00After 20% Early Bird Discount
Energy Storage 2017 - Documentation Package Only£420.00


8th February 2017
9th February 2017
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Samanta Fawcett – Content
+ 44 (0)20 3141 0624
Mohammad Ahsan – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
+44 (0) 203 141 0606
Krisztina Maria Szabo – Sponsorship
+44 (0) 203 141 0603
Claire Taylor-Payne – Logistics
+ 44 (0)20 3141 0601


We will confirm the venue approximately 4-6 weeks before the event to ensure we find the most suitable space because numbers can vary dramatically. There will be a discounted accommodation rate for conference attendees.
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An exclusive site visit will be taking place on 6th February 2017 and places will be allocated on the first come first served basis. More information will be available soon. Register your interest early to avoid disappointment.

Please join us for an exclusive workshop. This workshop will take place in Paris and will be run by Capacitor Sciences on the 6th February 2017.

Presenter and host: Dr Pavel Lazarev, Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Introduction of the topics: Metadielectrics for Energy Storage

Program details:

  1. Metadielectrics Design and Production
  2. Capacitive Energy Devices
  3. Characterization, Testing & Quality Control
  4. Capacitive Energy Systems
  5. Energy Storage Applications

Please note this workshop by Invitation only, register your interest with Mohammad Ahsan with +44 (0) 203 141 0606 or email mahsan@acieu.net. There are limited spaces available, book early to avoid disappointment.

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:

Samanta Fawcett

Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0624

Email: sfawcett@acieu.net

  • Franck Bernard, Director Energy Storage Market EMEA – Europe SBU, AES Corporation
  • Jos Blom, Consultant Strategie & Innovatie, Alliander
  • Gareth Brett, Chief Executive Officer, Highview Power Storage
  • Jeremy Harrison, Technical Head Distributed Energy, E.ON
  • Cristian Jecu, EDF R&D
  • Peter Matt, Prok. Dipl. Ing, Illwerke
  • Christian Metzger, Referent Energy Systems & Storage, RWE
  • Jillis Raadschelders, Vice President Energy Storage,  EASE European Association Of Energy Storage
  • Davy Théophile, Conversion Solution Director, GE’s Grid Solutions, A GE And Alstom Joint Venture
  • Holger Wiechmann, Senior Manager, EnBW
  • Steve Hellman, President, Eos Energy Storage
  • Luigi Debarberis, Scientific Officer, European Commission JRC – Institute For Energy
  • Graham Cooley, CEO, ITM Power
  • Erik Hauptmeier, Corporate Research And Development, Technologies – Power Networks And Storage RWE AG
  • Manuel Galvez, R&D Project Leader, ELIA System Operator SA
  • Steven Zakaib, Vice President, Americas & EMEA Temporal Power
  • Tudor Constantinescu, Principal Adviser To The Director General, European Commission
  • Marcel Didden, Head Of Battery Competence Center, Laborelec – GDF Suez
  • Sergio Grigatti, Project & Operations Business Support Manager, Enel Produzione

Leading power generating companies, TSOs, DNOs and utilities including: managers and directors of energy storage, power generation, R&D and new technologies, renewable strategy, innovations and strategic project managers as well as business development executives from technical service providers, consultants, regulators and academia.

National Grid, Shell International Exploration And Production B.V., EASE European Associasion Of Energy Storage, Centrica, IHS, BP, European Commission Joint Research Centre – Institute For Energy, Enel Engineering & Innovation, ECN, Department Of Energy And Systems Engineering (DESE), University Of Pisa, Alstom Grid, 21 Ventures LLC, Energy Storage Challenge, Bright Energy Storage Technologies, LLP, Xtreme Power, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Enexis B.V., Terna, GDF SUEZ, Refeel, Edison S.p.A, Andritz Hydro, CEGASA Internacional, SAET S.p.A., McPhy Energy S.A., Mitsui & Co. Deutschland GmbH, Vattenfall A/S, IEC International Electrotechnical Commission, MG Energy, OMV Refining & Marketing GmbH, ICPE-CA, Gravity Power, LLC, Gaelectric Energy Storage (GES), KEMA, Highview Power Storage, International Energy Agency Hydrogen Implementing Agreement (IEA HIA), Israel Electric Corp IEC, Hydrogenics, RWE AG, EURELECTRIC, Elia Engineering, RHODIA, Siemens AG, Germany Trade & Invest, Czech Geological Survey, Capricorn Venture Partners, GNB Industrial Power, Enrichment Technology Company Limited, Seahorn Energy, Dong Energy A/S, DNV KEMA, ITM Power, RWE AG, ENEL Research, Eos Energy Storage, Swanbarton, CNE – Comisión Nacional De Energía, Clean Horizon, National Research Council Of Italy, Repsol, Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG, Samsung SDI Co, LTD, GE Oil & Gas, Exide Technologies – GNB Industrial Power, Boeing Research & Technology Europe, Evonik Industries AG, MAN Diesel & Turbo France SAS, Borealis Group, Gommyr Power Networks, Grid Solutions, A GE And Alstom Joint Venture, E.ON, EnBW, ROSATOM France, SARL, OSHEE.sh.a Albania, ESB, E.ON Climate & Renewables GmbH, Energy Regulatory Office, Energy Regulatory Office, Laborelec, Veolia Propreté Industries Services, IFPEN, Gamesa Electric, ElCom, Capacitor Sciences Inc and many others…


Workshop Partner


Capacitor Sciences: Solving Energy Storage from First Principles

Capacitor Sciences is developing the composite molecular dielectric materials technology to create low-cost, high energy density, high power density energy storage devices. The Company’s technology addresses the first principles for the ideal energy storage device:

  1. Benign, low cost materials with high specific energies to create energy storage capacitors
  2. Dielectric capacitive materials with unlimited charge/discharge cycles
  3. Maintains its full energy storage capacity (no degradation of performance) over its lifetime
  4. Allows for rapid and safe recharging
  5. Resulting energy storage capacitor is non-explosive and non-flammable
  6. Scalable for electric vehicle, residential, commercial, industrial and utility applications
  7. Capacitor cells are able to store energy at a cost significantly less than grid energy prices

The Proposition: Safe and High Energy Density Energy Storage With Rapid Recharge

Capacitor Sciences’ nano-molecular dielectric material technology will enable energy storage devices with energy and power densities that surpass those of lithium ion batteries. These energy storage devices can also be safely and rapidly charged and discharged. These capacitive energy storage modules can be deployed in electric vehicle, residential, commercial, industrial and utility energy storage markets.


ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Krisztina Szabo

Tel: +44 20 3141 0603

Email: kszabo@acieu.net