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Energy Storage Europe 2016 to be listed as leading trade fair

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Energy Storage Europe will be listed as a leading international trade fair for energy storage by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) for the first time in 2016. This listing will give young, innovative companies the opportunity to have up to 70% of their trade fair costs reimbursed through a BMWi development fund. With many international exhibitors and visitors as well as certification through the Voluntary Control of Fair and Exhibition Statistics (FKM) the trade fair fills several requirements of the ministry.



Urban Windelen, managing director of the German Energy Storage Association notes: “With its decision the federal ministry highlights the significance of the event. Energy Storage Europe in Düsseldorf is truly the leading trade fair of the energy storage branch. Another positive is that through this official listing new and innovative companies can be promoted thereby supporting the development of this highly dynamic and innovative market.” Adding to that is Hans Werner Reinhard, managing director of Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, “these development funds are aimed at startups in the energy storage branch. These companies have innovative ideas but limited financial resources. Thanks to the generous development funds, they now have the opportunity to present themselves at Energy Storage.”

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Kind regards,
Yours Energy Storage Europe Team

Ticket Sales for Energy Storage Summit Japan 2015 Started

The 2nd Energy Storage Summit Japan (Nov. 11-12, 2015, Belle Salle SHIBUYA FIRST in Tokyo) will bring together managers, policy-makers and researchers from all over the world to discuss aspects of the political framework for energy storage, business models, and applications for energy storage. While Nov. 11 is co-organized with the Energy & Climate section of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation, on Nov. 12, we will again hold parallel sessions of ESSJ and VDE Financial Dialogue Japan, thus adding topics like bankability and safety of storage solutions to the discussion.

Find more information on the program HERE.

Participation fee for the two days is quite reasonable: EUR 500 for visitors from outside Japan and JPY 65,000+tax when purchased in Japan. Tickets can be ordered on the ESSJ website:

https://essj.messe-dus.co.jp/en/tickets/

In addition to the conference and expo, we have prepared a full-day site visit tour on Nov. 13 covering industrial battery, hydrogen storage and smart communities. Japanese-English interpretation will be provided, so language is no barrier. Participation fee is EUR 275 or JPY 30,000 (+tax). Application is available at the same site:

https://essj.messe-dus.co.jp/en/tickets/

Use the chance to gain insights and contacts in the Japanese market! We are looking forward to seeing you in Tokyo at the Energy Storage Summit Japan 2015!

Event of our Partner:

The next Utility Executive Circle will take place on 27.10.2015, 17.30 h in Cologne. The topic will be

Growth in the Energy Market – Boosting Revenues, but how?

Further information on the event, the agenda and the possibility to register are available on the website of the Utility Executive Circle

http://www.utec-deutschland.de/?nl=337.

Please contact us at mail@utec-deutschland.de or per Phone: ++49 (0)228-9727 99 70.

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Board of Managing Directors: Werner M. Dornscheidt (Chairman), Hans Werner Reinhard, Joachim Schäfer, Bernhard Stempfle

Chairman of Supervisory Board: Mayor Thomas Geisel

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