Many European countries, such as Germany, still lack energy-saving regulations and appropriate market incentives. However, the industry has a reliable partner. The Düsseldorf-based ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE (ESE) takes its next step from 12 to 14 March 2019 towards the most effective platform for energy storage solutions and applications, thanks to growing internationality, ongoing technology diversification, visitor professionalization and strong ties to the industrial sector.
The areas of hydrogen and Power-to-X also tag along. In 2019 for example, the cooperation with the German Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (DWV) and its members, as well as the Peter Sauber Agentur – organizer of the hydrogen networking event f-cell in Stuttgart – will be continued.
Dr. Markus Forstmeier H-TEC SYSTEMS
Dr. Markus Forstmeier from H-TEC SYSTEMS, German manufacturer of integrated system solutions based on hydrogen reaffirms:
We are convinced that hydrogen is an important element in the process of energy transition. With our turnkey solutions "made in Germany" we want to cover both the industrial hydrogen demand and the "refinement" of renewable energy.
The ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE offers an exciting platform that brings together all stakeholders. Here is where the technologically advanced energy storage industry shows its potential – and where it sends the right signals to hesitant governments, especially in Germany.
At the show itself, prominent H2 experts like H-TEC SYSTEMS, Hydrogenics, Wystrach, the Fraunhofer Institute and Canada present their latest technologies and findings at the season kickoff, some of them with extended boothes.
Among other topics, the corresponding conference program will include the Power-to-X workshop as an in-depth continuation of the successful event in 2018. Under the direction of Dr. Christopher Hebling, Director Division Hydrogen Technologies at Fraunhofer ISE, high-caliber speakers with exciting contributions will be awaiting you again next year. This year's focus was on the controversy surrounding the production and the diverse application possibilities of electrolysis products in security of supply, mobility and infrastructure as well as the sustainable production of chemicals and synthetic fuels.
More details on next year’s Power-to-X workshop will follow in November.
For more information on our program, you can also contact our team in Düsseldorf directly.