Freitag, 18 September 2015 04:11

SaaS Termine

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Die Liste mit den meisten SaaS Terminen ist fertig, die wir nach Ländern zusammengestellt haben. Zudem wurden einige Internationale Termine hinzugefügt

Termine in Deutschland und Europa/International

DatumTitelBeschreibung
Datum noch nicht bekannt SaaStock On Tour Europe The Global Gathering of SaaS Leaders. FOR SAAS FOUNDERS, EXECUTIVES & INVESTORS. SaaStock is building a community of trailblazers from around the world to support and educate one another.
https://www.saastock.com/ontour Amsterdam, Netherlands & Warsaw, Poland  
21.03.2018 SaaStock On Tour Europe The Global Gathering of SaaS Leaders. FOR SAAS FOUNDERS, EXECUTIVES & INVESTORS. SaaStock is building a community of trailblazers from around the world to support and educate one another.
https://www.saastock.com/ontour London, UK  
03.05.2018 SaaStock On Tour Europe The Global Gathering of SaaS Leaders. FOR SAAS FOUNDERS, EXECUTIVES & INVESTORS. SaaStock is building a community of trailblazers from around the world to support and educate one another.
https://www.saastock.com/ontour Paris, France  
10.05.2018 bis 11.05.2018 LTV Conf Leaders looking for a more intimate, personalized conference will love the atmosphere at LTV Conf. Here, SaaS entrepreneurs unite with private companies, public entities and investors for innovative conversations on growth and development. Topics will cover hiring and retaining SaaS talent, reaching high-value customers, consistent innovation, and more. A couple of speakers worth keeping an eye out for: Edgar founder Laura Roeder and Price Intelligently co-founder and CEO Patrick Campbell.
https://ltvconf.com/ London, UK  
21.05.2018 bis 22.05.2018 Business of Software - BoS The Business of Software conference focuses on bringing software professionals together for honest discussions, problem solving and collaboration. Both entrepreneurs and leaders in the space are invited to come and share their ideas to promote innovation in the industry. This conference differs from ordinary conferences because its focused on creating a level playing field for everyone attendance. This means that keynote speakers are regarded with the same respect as every last attendee, and you’ll be able to talk with experts and leaders freely.
http://businessofsoftware.eu/ London, UK  
23.05.2018 SaaStock On Tour Europe The Global Gathering of SaaS Leaders. FOR SAAS FOUNDERS, EXECUTIVES & INVESTORS. SaaStock is building a community of trailblazers from around the world to support and educate one another.
https://www.saastock.com/ontour Helsinki, Finland  
07.06.2018 SaaStock On Tour Europe The Global Gathering of SaaS Leaders. FOR SAAS FOUNDERS, EXECUTIVES & INVESTORS. SaaStock is building a community of trailblazers from around the world to support and educate one another.
https://www.saastock.com/ontour Berlin, Germany  
12.06.2018 bis 14.06.2018 Datacloud Europe Society has moved beyond smoke signals and carrier pigeons, but given the ever-changing demands on your business, your network may still be in need of some modernization. Businesses are rapidly moving to the cloud and getting the right blend of public and private cloud is critical in supporting the future demands of IT. The data center has evolved into various ‘as a Service’ (XaaS) models and the network is following suit.
http://www.datacloudcongress.com/blog/saas Monaco  
14.06.2018 bis 15.06.2018 SaaStr SaaStr is the largest community of SaaS executives, founders, and entrepreneurs on the planet. Our mission is to help you scale faster to $100m ARR—with less stress and more success. We do this by creating actionable content that enables teamwork, betterment, and sharing across the SaaStr community.
https://www.saastreuropa2018.com/ Paris, France  
21.06.2018 SaaSGrowth 2018 - Sales Confidence + Tech London Advocates - B2B SaaS Sales Conference SaaSGrowth2018 is a unique London based conference to help companies drive revenue and accelerate sales growth. It has been created by Sales Confidence and Tech London Advocates. It’s the only conference of its kind for SaaS Founders, Executives, VC’s, Sales Leaders and Sales professionals in the UK. The focus of the conference is to gain the latest insights on how to drive revenue growth through sales leadership, marketing and sales alignment, and using the latest technologies that will enable you to run these programs at scale. SaaSGrowth2018 will allow you to learn from the best SaaS Founders and Sales Leaders at the home of the London Olympics. As a SaaS community you can support and learn from one another through relevant networking opportunities. We will showcase the latest insights on how to drive revenue that will allow you to take away actionable content and inspiration from thought leaders from renowned forward-thinking companies.
https://saasgrowth.co/ London, UK  
18.07.2018 Funnelblick Auf der Veranstaltung werden 3 je 15-minütige Impulsvorträge gehalten. Nach jedem Vortrag gibt es 15 Minuten für Fragen und Diskussion. Nach den 3 Vorträgen haben wir Zeit für Netzwerken und vertiefende Gespräche.
http://funnelblick.com/funnelblick-event-6-muenchen München, Germany  
19.09.2018 bis 20.09.2018 IP EXPO Nordic IP EXPO Nordic is part of Europe’s leading IT event series that is designed for those interested in the latest IT innovations and how they affect company growth. This two-day event is held at the Stockholm International Fairs and Congress Centre in Stockholm, Sweden, and offers exclusive content and expert insights into the latest IT developments. IP Expo Nordic covers tech areas such as: Cloud & IoT, Cyber security, Networks & infrastructure, Data analytics, DevOps, and AI. Some speakers from past events include Alexander Bard, Digital Philosopher & Artist; Danilo Poccia, Technical Evangelist at Amazon Web Services; James Staten, General Manager of Cloud Strategy Microsoft; and Ann Hellenius, CIO at Stockholms Stad.
http://www.ipexponordic.com/ Stockholm, Sweden  
15.10.2018 bis 17.10.2018 SaaStock The premier SaaS conference in Europe, SaaStock is an event to network and fill your sales pipeline, in addition to brush paths with potential investors. True to the nature of the SaaS model, the conferences aim for attendees is to walk away with contacts and strategies for growth.
https://www.saastock.com/ Dublin, Ireland  
22.10.2018 bis 24.10.2018 Open Source Summit Europe 2018 Open Source Summit connects the open source ecosystem under one roof. It covers the cornerstone open source technologies with sub-conferences LinuxCon, ContainerCon and CloudOpen; helps ecosystem leaders to navigate open source transformation with the Community Leadership Conference, Diversity Empowerment Summit and tracks on business and compliance; and delves into the newest technologies and latest trends touching open source, including networking, serverless, edge computing, AI and much more. It is an extraordinary opportunity for cross-pollination between the developers, sysadmins, devops professionals and IT architects driving the future of technology.
https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/open-source-summit-europe-2018/ Edinburgh, UK  
05.11.2018 bis 08.11.2018 VMworld 2018 EUROPE VMworld is VMware’s premier thought leadership and education destination for cloud infrastructure and digital workspace technology professionals. Join us for at VMworld 2018 EUROPE four days of innovation and learn new skills, hear expert insights and gain the tools to enable business success.
https://www.vmworld.com/en/europe/index.html Barcelona, Spain  
05.11.2018 bis 08.11.2018 SaaS Monster With past speakers that include the founders and co-founders of Slack, Dropbox, Asana, and Zendesk, WebSummit’s SaaS-focused conference is a must-attend. The nuggets of insight are endlessly inspiring. Case in point: “Employees should not come to work to use tools that are worse than the tools they use at home.” - Sean Ryan, VP Workplace, Facebook
https://websummit.com/saas-monster Lisbon, Portugal  
25.11.2018 bis 27.11.2018 XaaS Evolution Europe XaaS is focused specifically on the practical implementation of cloud services into business environments. Every speaker and event on Evolution Europe’s agenda supports the idea that cloud services are most important technology tool in the modern world. Likewise, Evolution Europe is focused on showcasing the experiences and opinions of experts in the field. Though the 2018 event’s speakers list is still in the works, you can get an idea of whom to expect from the 2017 event, which included executives and top managers from DHL, Siemens and Uber. Through discussion of real-world successes and challenges, attendees will gain an actionable view of best practices in SaaS implementation.
https://xaas-evolution.eu/ Berlin, Germany  
16.01.2019 Cloud Unternehmertag Der digitale Wandel schafft Handlungsbedarf für jedes Unternehmen. Doch wo beginnen? Auf dem Cloud Unternehmertag lernen Sie praktische Beispiele erfolgreicher digitaler Transformation kennen.
http://www.cloud-unternehmertag.de/ Bonn, Germany  
12.05.2019 bis 14.05.2019 Pulse Europe Pulse Europe is leading the way in redefining what customer success teams deliver (not just putting out fires, but being part of the customer-developer feedback loop and increasing product value and ROI). Pulse Europe London is attended by customer-centric SaaS companies across dozens of industries.
https://www.pulse-london.com/ London, UK  
04.03.2019 bis 08.03.2019 Qcon Bleeding-edge for the Enterprise. International Software Development Conference. QCon London is a conference for senior software engineers and architects on the patterns, practices, and use cases leveraged by the world’s most innovative software shops.
https://qconlondon.com/ London, UK  
18.01.2015 Cloud Unternehmertag    Der digitale Wandel schafft Handlungsbedarf für jedes Unternehmen. Doch wo beginnen? Auf dem Cloud Unternehmertag lernen Sie praktische Beispiele erfolgreicher digitaler Transformation kennen.
http://www.cloud-unternehmertag.de/ Bonn, Germany  
07.02.2017 bis 09.02.2017  SaaStr SaaStr is the largest independent (meaning not hosted by an enterprise) SaaS conference in the US. I went last year and the networking was amazing. I'll be going this year as well. High level participants from all size SaaS companies - this is the conference for networking. T
 http://www.saastrannual.com/ San Francisco, CA, USA  
22.02.2017 Funnelblick Auf der Veranstaltung werden 3 je 15-minütige Impulsvorträge gehalten. Nach jedem Vortrag gibt es 15 Minuten für Fragen und Diskussion. Nach den 3 Vorträgen haben wir Zeit für Netzwerken und vertiefende Gespräche.
http://funnelblick.com/funnelblick-event-4-muenchen München, Germany  
 27.02.2017 bis 28.02.2017 Customer Success Summit Customer success has become one of the leading retainment methods for SaaS companies, which makes sense - churn is bad in SaaS. Helping your customers succeed gives you a higher CLV. It also gives you much happier customers.
http://customersuccesssummit.com/ San Francisco, CA, USA  
07.03.2017 bis
08.03. 2017
The Revunue Summit The Revenue Summit is as the name implies - all about sales. Expect a lot of learning - you'll walk out with actionable sales and marketing tactics and strategies that will help you drive results from demand gen, to pipeline, to close.
http://blog.hunterandbard.com/blog/the-7-saas-conferences-you-must-attend-in-2017 San Francisco, CA, USA  
09.05.2017
bis
11.05.2017
Gainsight Pulse This is it. The big one. If you work in any post-sales or customer-facing role, you simply can’t afford to miss the definitive global networking and learning conference in Customer Success.
http://www.gainsight.com/pulse/ Oakland, CA, USA  
24.05.2017 Growth Hacker
Converence
The GrowthHackers Conference brings today's growth leaders under one roof for a single day. Find out what is required to develop a high-performance growth team and program across the disciplines of product, design and marketing.
http://growthhackersconference.com/ Los Angeles, CA, USA  
06.06.2017
bis
08.06.2017
Datacloud Europe Society has moved beyond smoke signals and carrier pigeons, but given the ever-changing demands on your business, your network may still be in need of some modernization. Businesses are rapidly moving to the cloud and getting the right blend of public and private cloud is critical in supporting the future demands of IT. The data center has evolved into various ‘as a Service’ (XaaS) models and the network is following suit.
http://www.datacloudcongress.com/blog/saas Monaco  
18.09.2017 bis 
20.09.2017
SaaStock Join 1500 Founders, VCs and Execs in Dublin for SaaStock 2017, the conference to learn how to build a category leading B2B SaaS business
https://www.saastock.com Dublin, Irland  
25.09.2017
bis
28.09.2017
Inbound 2017 INBOUND 2016 featured almost 300 breakout sessions from some of the biggest names and brightest minds in sales and marketing.
http://www.inbound.com/ Bosten, MA, USA  
06.11.2017
bis 
09.11.2017
Dreamforce It's a chaotic show. If you don't know exactly who you want to meet you'll be wandering around the conference for days. Dreamforce is too big of a conference to rely on serendipity. I
 https://www.salesforce.com/form/dreamforce/df17.jsp San Francisco, CA, USA  
27.11.2017 bis 01.12.2017 AWS The only technical show on the list. What SaaS company doesn't start out using AWS (or Rackspace?) Meet other devs in the SaaS industry, learn from experts and spend time in Vegas.
https://reinvent.awsevents.com/ Las Vegas, NV, USA  
Samstag, 27 Juni 2015 06:36

Batterien Termine - Messen - Seminare

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Die Liste mit den meisten Batterieterminen in Europa ist fertig, die wir nach Ländern zusammengestellt haben. Zudem wurden einige Internationale Termine hinzugefügt

Termine in Deutschland und Europa

TERMINE 2017 Titel Beschreibung
DATUM    
23. Januar - 24. Januar 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future
needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy
sources and highlights the latest technological
developments designed to satisfy application
requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Oulu, Finland  
26. Januar 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il
Leuven, Belgium  
29. Januar - 01. Februar 2017 aabc - advanced automotive battery conference Latest Assesment of the xEV & xEV.Battery and Material Market
https://advancedautobat.com Mainz, Germany  
14. Februar 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il San-Francisco, CA, USA  
15. Februar - 16. Februar 2017 DESIGN&ELEKTRONIK "Battery Forum" in Munich, Germany. Manufacturers of cells, systems and materials, providers of test system and test institutes, assemblers, users, battery consultants bike producers, innovative start-ups and academia will again meet at this unique event in Germany to discuss the latest trends and developments.
http://www.batterien-entwicklerforum.de Munich, Germany  
16. Februar - 16. Februar 2017 Next-Generation 2017 Energy Storage  Breakthroughs in new battery chemistries, novel electrode and electrolyte materials, and system integration for large-scale applications have paved the road toward an emerging stationary market with unlimited potential.
https://www.knowledgefoundation.com San Franciso, CA, USA  
22. Februar - 23.Februar 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Greenville, SC, USA  
01. März - 03. März 2017 8th International Rechargable Battery Expo - Battery Japan BATTERY JAPAN 1-3/3/2017 is the leading international exhibition showcasing various components, materials, devices, finished rechargeable batteries for rechargeable battery R&D and manufacturing.
http://www.batteryjapan.jp Japan, Tokyo  
14. März - 16. März 2017 ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE Energy Storage Europe, 3 leading events cover the complete development chain from R&D to the final product!
http://www.energy-storage-online.com Düsseldorf, Germany  
14. März - 16. März 2017 NAATBatt The NAATBatt International 2017 Annual Meeting & Conference is the top networking event in North America for senior executives working in the business of electrochemical energy storage technology.
http://naatbatt.org Arizona, USA  
14. März - 16. März 2017 EEVC 2017 Thanks to an effective independent peer review evaluation, the European Battery, Hybrid & Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Congress only selects the best quality presentations
http://www.eevc.eu Geneva, Swiss  
20. März 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Fort-Laudardale, USA  
20. März - 23. März 2017 International Battery Seminar & Exhibit Since its debut in 1983, the International Battery Seminar & Exhibit has established itself as the premier event showcasing the state of the art of worldwide energy storage technology developments for consumer, automotive, military, and industrial applications.
http://www.internationalbatteryseminar.com Fort Lauderdale, USA  
30. März - 31. März 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il London, UK  
04. April - 06. April 2017 The Battery Show EUROPE 2017 Europe's exhibition and conference for advanced battery manufacturing and technology -
Following the success in North America, The Battery Show is launching in Europe!
The Battery Show EUROPE 2017 Stuttgart, Germany  
19. - 20. April 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Wesep, Netherlands  
24. April - 25. April 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Itzehoe, Germany  
26. April 2017 The Batteries, Fuel Cells, Super Capacitors & EV Seminar The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements.
http://www.sdle.co.il Karlstein am Main, Germany  
10. Mai - 11. Mai 2017 6th Israeli Energy Storage Conference Shmuel De-Leon is pleased to invite you to participate in the 6th Israeli Energy Storage Conference (Batteries, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells, Storage for the Grid and EV's)
http://www.sdle.co.il Herzelia, Israel  
10. Mai - 11. Mai 2017 All-Energy  All-Energy, the UK's largest renewable energy event, is on 10th & 11th May 2017 at SECC, Glasgow. It allows the entire spectrum of the renewables industry to showcase their energy solutions.
http://www.all-energy.co.uk Glasgow, UK  
17. Mai - 18. Mai 2017 BATTERY POWER 2017 Battery Power 2017, May 17-18 in Dallas, will highlight the latest developments impacting batteries and power management in portable devices including smart phones, laptops/tablets, medical devices, wearables and military applications.
http://www.batterypoweronline.com Dallas, USA  
06. Juni - 08. Juni 2017 electric & hybrid marine Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from 6-8 June 2017, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions
http://www.electricandhybridmarineworldexpo.com/    
21. Juni - 23. Juni 2017 Battery China 2017 & EVTec China 2017 The 13th China International Battery, Raw Material, Producing Equipment and Battery Parts Fair (Battery China 2017) will be held on June 21-23, 2017 at China National Convention Center, Beijing. We will also host EVTec China 2017 simultaneously.
http://www.bhoec.com Beijing, China  
27. Juni - 29. Juni 2017 The International Flow Battery Forum Eighth International Flow Battery Forum will be held in Manchester, UK, 27th - 29th June 2017. The IFBF is the major international conference that covers all aspects of flow battery research, development, technology, manufacturing and commercialization including, and including an industrial visit.
 http://www.flowbatteryforum.com  Manchester, UK  
 08. August  - 10. August 2017 Energy Storage North America Energy Storage North America is the largest conference, exhibition and networking event for the North American energy storage industry.
http://www.esnaexpo.com San Diego, USA  
22. August - 24. August 2017 OFFSHORE BATTERY DAYS/2017 Hans H. Schive AS and Shmuel De-Leon Energy Ltd are pleased to invite you to Offshore Battery Days and to participate in the 2nd Oil & Gas battery Conference, which will take place at the Grand Hotel, Oslo, Norway 22-24 August 2017
http://offshorebatterydays.com Michigan, USA  
12. September - 14. September 2017 The Battery Show North America 2017 The Battery Show 2017 is the premier showcase of the latest advanced battery technology. The exhibition hall offers a platform to launch new products, make new contacts and maintain existing relationships.
http://www.thebatteryshow.com Michigan, USA  
19. September - 21. September 2017 14TH BATTERY EXPERTS FORUM Taking into consideration the success of the expert forum held annually for 9 years in Aschaffenburg, Germany, we have decided to bring this idea to the Central and Eastern Europe markets and organize this popular event in Poland as well.
http://www.battery-experts-forum.com Gliwice, Poland   
 04. Oktober - 06. Oktober 2017 Batteries 2017 Batteries 2017 will take place from 4th to 6th October 2017 in Nice France / www.batteriesevent.com , 3 days of technical sessions with 70 high level speakers, networking cocktail & dinner
http://www.batteriesevent.com Nice, France  
     
     
Vergangene Termine 2015/2016    
15.Juni.2015 - 16.Juni.2015 Nationale Konferenz Elektromobilität          Das Motto der Konferenz lautet "Stark in den Markt". Ziel der Veranstaltung ist es, aufbauend auf den Errungenschaften der Phase der Marktvorbereitung, die passenden Rahmenbedingungen für die Verbreitung der Elektromobilität in Deutschland zu identifizieren.
http://www.emo-berlin.de Berlin, Deutschland  
22. - 24. Juni Intersolar Europe Intersolar Europe - The world’s leading exhibition
for the solar industry and its partners
http://www.intersolar.de München, Deutschland  
1.7-2.Juli 2015 Batterie & Brennstoffzellenseminar Das Seminar ist ein „hands-on" Seminar. Wir vermitteln Ihnen umsetzbares und geschäftsrelevantes Know how.
http://www.iceseminars.eu/ München,Deutschland  
16.-17. Juli 2015 Forschungsworkshop Batterieproduktion 2015 Das Institut für Werkzeugmaschinen und Betriebswissenschaften (iwb) der Technischen Universität München lädt wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter im Bereich der Batterieproduktion ein,
http://www.klib-org.de
Garching, Deutschland  
18. - 19. Juli 2015 Fahren mit Sonne 2015 Vom 18.-19. Juli 2015 ist es wieder Zeit für die jährliche Ausfahrt „Fahren mit Sonne” des Solarmobil Vereins Erlangen. Diesmal gibt es zusätzlich einen besonderen Anlass – die erste Tour de Sol fand vor genau 30 Jahren statt, sie initiierte die Gründung des Solarmobilvereins!
http://www.solarmobil-verein-erlangen.de Erlangen, Deutschland  
01. - 02. August 2015 E-Mobil Rallye Großes „PS-Kino“ am Berg
48. Int. Osnabrücker ADAC Bergrennen mit tollem Starterfeld und spektakulären Event-Highlights
http://www.msc-osnabrueck.com/de Osnabrück, Deutschalnd  
27.08.2015 Batteries, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells & EV's
Seminar
The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements. The program reviews primary, rechargeable, reserve batteries, fuel cells, ultra -capacitors systems and their accessories.
http://schive.no Oslo, Norway  
31.August - 01.Septieber 2015 Batteries, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells & EV's
Seminar
The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application
requirements.
http://www.lithiumbalance.com Copenhagen, Denmark  
05. - 06. September 3. Erlebnis E-Mobilität 2015 3. Erlebnis E-Mobilität 2015, Schwalmstadt – Ziegenhain, Alleeplatz – Forum und Messe – Schirmherr Volker Bouffier, Ministerpräsident Hessen
  Schwalmstadt, Deutschland  
07.September 2015 Konferenz Internationale Konferenz für Alternative Mobilität
http://www.solarzentrum-mv.de Wismar, Deutschland  
15.September 9. - 16.September 2015 Elctric Drives Production Conferecene And Exhibition 2015 The focus of the conference is set on the presentation of highly innovative products from various industries as well as manufacturing processes and strategies. Following the conference, there will be an industrial exhibition, tutorials, a poster presentation, technical tours and an accompanying program.
http://www.edpc.eu Nürnberg, Deutschland  
17. -27. September 2015 66. Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung Internationale Leitmesse für hybride und elektrische Antriebstechnologien, mobile Energiespeicher und alternative Mobilitätstechnologien.
http://www.iaa.de/ Frankfurt/Main, Deutschland  
01. - 04. Oktober 2015 RENEXPO  
http://www.renexpo.de Augsburg, Deutschland  
07.Oktober 2015 Batterie Event 2015  Die Energiefachmesse für Bayern
 http://www.batteriesevent.com Nice, France  
12.Oktober 2015 Lehrerseminar Brennstoffzelle und Batterie – Schlüsseltechnologien für die Energie- und Mobilitätszukunft

Seminar für Lehrer naturwissenschaftlicher Fachrichtungen weiterführender Schulen

http://www.world-of-energy-solution.com Stuttgart, Deutschland  
14.Oktober 2015 Energieberaterseminar Zukunftstechnologien für die Hausenergieversorgung: Brennstoffzelle und Batterie
http://www.world-of-energy-solutions.com Stuttgart, Deutschland  
14.Oktober 2015 Seminar für das Handwerk Brennstoffzellenheizgeräte - Entwicklungschancen für Handwerksbetriebe
http://www.world-of-energy-solutions.com Stuttgart, Deutschland  
14.10 - 17. Oktober 2015 SAIENERGIA 2015 Messe für erneuerbare Engergien
http://www.saie.bolognafiere.it Bologna, Italy  
16. Oktober 2015 Battery + Messe für erneubare Energien/Storage Internationale Fachmesse für Batterie- und Energiespeicher-Technologien. Die BATTERY+STORAGE ist die erste internationale Fachmesse für Batterie- und Energiespeicher-Technologien – und damit eine wichtige Plattform zur Beschleunigung der Energiewende
http://www.messe-stuttgart.de Stuttgart, Deuschland  
20.-22. Oktober 2015  eCarTec  Elektromobilität. Die eCarTec bietet mit ihren Veranstaltungen und Plattformen eine starke und breite Basis zum internationalen Austausch an. Dabei wird die gesamte Wertschöpfungskette – von den Materialien, Komponenten, Zellen, Batterien bis hin zum Gesamtsystem und seiner Anwendung – berücksichtigt.
http://www.ecartec.com München, Deutschland  
 28.November. - 06.Dezember2015 Essen Motor Show Kaum eine Branche entwickelt sich momentan so schnell wie die Automobilbranche. Die Messe in Essen ist eine ideale Plattform um Neuheiten und Innovationen zu sehen.
http://www.essen-motorshow.de Essen, Deuschalnd  
13.- 16. Oktober 2016 Environment and Energy Riga Internationale Ausstellung für Energieverwaltung und Naturressourcenmanagement
http://www.bt1.lv/bt1/ee/ Riga, Lettland  
Oktober 2016  Ecolink Internationale Ausstellung für Umwelt, Wasserverwaltung, erneuerbare Energien und Energiesparmassnahmen
http://www.eventseye.com  Athen, Greece  
Oktober 2016 ENERGY - PHOTOVOLTAIC 2015 Photovoltaic Energy International Exhibition
http://www.leaderexpo. Athen, Greece  
Oktober 2016 EOLICA MEDITERRANEAN 2015 Internationale Messe für Windenergie
http://smartenergysrl.eu Rom, Italia  
Oktober 2016 Batteries, Super Capacitors, Fuel Cells & EV's
Seminar
The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements. The program reviews primary, rechargeable, reserve batteries, fuel cells, ultra -capacitors systems and their accessories.
http://www.drten.nl Wezep, Netherlands  
Oktober 2016 Batteries & Fuel Cells S
eminar
The seminar program focuses on present and future needs of portable and stationary electrochemical energy sources and highlights the latest technological developments designed to satisfy application requirements. The program reviews primary, rechargeable, reserve batteries, fuel cells, ultra -capacitors systems and their accessories.
http://www.sdle.co.il    
Dienstag, 26 Mai 2015 15:55

Prof. Hans-Georg Schweiger, TH Ingolstadt

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1. Welchen Fokus/Schwerpunkt haben Sie im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher?

Der Schwerpunkt liegt im Bereich der Energiespeichersysteme für HEV und EV. Besonders im Fokus stehen dabei die Themen wie die Sicherheit und Robustheit der Energiespeichersysteme. Ebenso spielt die Fahrzeugsicherheit von Hybrid- und Elektrofahrzeugen und die Bildungsforschung im Bereich der Elektromobilität eine große Rolle.

2. Welche Lösung(en) bietet Ihre Organisation in diesem Bereich an bzw. welche sucht sie?

Umfangreiche Testmöglichkeiten für die Erprobung von Zellen, Batteriemodulen und Batteriesystemen. Einzigartige Forschungsmöglichkeiten mit dem Modularen Laborfahrzeug in CARISSMA. Damit sind Bearbeitung umfangreicher Fragestellungen im Bereich der Forschung zur   Fahrzeugsicherheit von Hybrid- und Elektrofahrzeugen möglich.

3. Wo sehen Sie die größten Herausforderungen für chemische Energiespeicher in den nächsten 5 Jahren?

Reduktion der Kosten auf Ebene der Zelle wie auch auf Ebene der Batteriesysteme. Daneben Steigerung der Energiedichte wie auch der Lebensdauer und der Sicherheit.

.4. Was macht Deutschland im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher richtig?

Im Bereich der Batteriesystementwicklung schon weit vorne. Zum Beispiel 1. Lithium-Ionen-Batteriesystem für HEV weltweit in Serie (seit 2009).

5. Was könnte man besser machen?

Serienfertigung von Batteriezellen im großen Stil fehlt in Deutschland. Bessere Standardisierung im Bereich der Zellformate und der Ladetechnik.

6. Der Batteriestammtisch ....

Eine sehr gute Möglichkeit zur Vernetzung zwischen Forschung und Wirtschaft.

Prof. Hans-Georg Schweiger, TH Ingolstadt
Februar 2015

Interview with Shmuel De-Leon & Arnbjörn Eggerz - extended transcript

Introduction:

The video contains an interview with the battery expert Shmuel De-Leon with Arnbjörn Eggerz. The transcript of the video here has been edited for readability, the content is the same apart from minor additions for clarity.

We talk about the global and German battery and electrochemical energy storage market in 2015. It discusses recent trends in battery technology, trends and companies to watch out and the key issues like battery production for the German market. Of course, Grid Storage and EV batteries are also a topic as well as German battery research and other important battery industry issues.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: It’s a pleasure to have you here, Shmuel. It’s always very difficult to catch you so we are more than lucky, that you had another hour at the airport.
Thus, let us directly start to talk about the global and German battery market. Shmuel, we are already in Quarter I/2015. So, what are the latest developments in the global battery market?

Shmuel De-Leon: Shmuel De Leon: We see some progress in several directions. Some new technologies seem to have, in my opinion, the potential for breakthrough.

I am talking about Solid Electrolyte batteries. Most of the market thought 3 or 4 years ago that this technology is a dead end. Nevertheless, there is a renaissance with that technology, led by Toyota, Samsung, Apple and some other players. The big advantage of Solid Electrolyte batteries is that it means no organic liquid, no risk for leaks and no risks for fires while energy density is better. This is one direction.

The second direction is silicon: silicon stores 10 times more energy than graphite as an anode. Mixing it together with graphite and coming to the market with the first solutions, can increase the energy density. This is something all of us are really looking for. This year we start to see the first cells on mass production with some sort of silicon inside.

Another candidate is Lithium Sulfur. It is a technology that was developed many years ago with many problems, not easy to handle. But we observe first companies - as e.g. Oxis Energy from the U.K. coming with cells to the market. It is the first generation with 200 Wh/Kg. Still it is not the density we expected. But we hope that in several years they will come with better cells having an energy density that “beats” the current solution. So this is a start.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Well, you already named many developments going on. Besides this technology trends, do you see any other kind of unexpected issue or new fact emerging that is changing the industry?
For example, here in Germany, we often discuss about the fall in the oil price and its impact on renewables and in consequence on energy storage as it is a part of that value chain.

Shmuel De-Leon: Well, I will say that the need for batteries always exists. It is a bread, it is not a cake. We need it. The amount of applications, we are using batteries for, grows. I do not see a change from that perspective. Production worldwide will grow.

But - we still have some problems, problems with technologies, problems with costs. Then, the world is not balanced: production is mainly in Far East/R&D - albeit all over the world - is mainly in western countries. And I hope that R&D will bring the fruits that we are looking for in the coming 5 years.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Thus, this means we still observe a kind of overproduction as we saw during the last years especially driven by the EV expectations, but resulting in a disappointment?

Shmuel De-Leon: You can see several trends.

First one: Laptops and consumer electronics move to power cells and prismatic [cells]. Cylindrical cells lose their place there.

Secondly, we see that the E-mobility is suffering because of the low oil cost. Expected sales for the coming years grow, but not with the expected rate.

Grid storage is also only in the childhood period. There is some production and sales for this application, it grows, but not with the numbers that we have been hoping for.
Therefore, in general, that could lead to some excess production. I would say that sales kept about the same value or are going down. That is the situation.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: You already named so many new technologies. What is then the number one? The number one newcomer or number one start up technology of all the many you named. Where should be the focus?

Shmuel De-Leon: I think that the number one are Lithium Rechargeable Cells with silicon nanostructure anodes. I was just last week in a conference in Aschaffenburg/Germany and we saw the road map of Panasonic and LG Chem. Both come first with some solution with silicon and in mass production.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Thank you. Now we focus on Germany. What are you general comments on the German market, which is the most important in Europe, I think?

Shmuel De-Leon: Germany is the best market for batteries in Europe, definitely, but unfortunately in the last 2-3 years we are facing some problems with production. Several battery cell makers close or closed business. I am talking about Repenning in Hamburg, I am talking about Li-tecthat closed the cell production and we have difficulties with Lechlanche although they recover slowly – We see one positive company EAS (Used to be Gaia) that start cell production again.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Daimler also sold some activities …

Shmuel De-Leon: Daimler actually decided to buy cells from Far East and not to manufacture cells in Germany.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: You directly point to the problem we have been discussing during the last month with many market participants. So I am just picking up this observation.

Let me explain: There was this enthusiasm in Germany about battery production accompanied by lot of investment in R&D. Now there is “disappointment” about the economics shared by many at least when talking.

As I think, it does not make sense to talk about price development of batteries and necessary price tags for electric vehicles since it is commonly known, let us follow another path.

We just go through the global value chain of batteries and see where German technology might fit in here. I am just naming shortly the word and you just comment on it. The first word of the value chain: research. What are your comments on German research with respect to a global value chain from an international perspective? Do we have a situation where we do the research here and then we just have to sell it [the R&D not profiting in another way]?

Shmuel De-Leon: I would say there is a lot of R&D on batteries in Germany. Germany is a leading country in R&D. You have excellent universities, institutes like Fraunhofer and a lot of R&D is done here also by companies. From this perspective, I think its o.k.

Then, material production: We can see some German material production for the world supply chain.

The problem comes when we talk about cells. The issue is that the government should understand that Lithium batteries, batteries in general, are the energy of the future.
As such, production should be key point for each country. Thus, the right model for Germany should be developed in order to continue production of cells here and not to just import them from overseas.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: I have to come back to the research question and challenge your answer.

For example, recently there was a study by TU Munich, showing that - albeit Germany picked up research - it is still lacking far behind, especially in Lithium Ion compare to Asia measured in patents. In consequence, one open questions is: What if we say, “O.k. let leave this part of researcher aside. If you -the carmakers- do want to have this technology, just simply buy it from outside.” While we focus [public] R&D in other technologies, where there could be some more foothold for a German participation in this particular technology value chain. How would you see that?

Shmuel De-Leon: Well, R&D is a key point here. If you want to keep Germany leading in this area R&D should be kept here.

Arnbjörn Egger: But in all technologies?

Shmuel De-Leon: All the leading technologies and the technologies for the future. But again, the key point is production. There is the need to think: What can and should be done that production in Germany is cost effective and cell manufacturing will have such performance and associated costs to be attractive in the world competition. I think it can be done with the right plan.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Besides production – and I will pick it up immediately again - is there anything else on the list with respect to the value chain check. I mean we have chemistry on the list, software, battery management systems, and production tools – meaning “how to set up the factory” or testing. Are these points less important? Or is with respect to them everything ok here in Germany and the only issue is production?

Shmuel De-Leon: Of course, when we are dealing with rechargeable batteries we are dealing with the system. We are dealing with the charger; we are dealing with the battery. The battery includes electronics, the battery management system and packaging and many other features are inside and necessary. When we talk about a healthy industry, it should provide everything and we expect production of all kinds of equipment and parts needed for establishing a good and healthy battery industry here in Germany.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Since you already answer the question that battery production in Germany is the key strategic point, what should we do? Where do you see the tipping point or action items to establish/maintain it here?

Shmuel De-Leon: I would say that material cost is the same worldwide; not including materials made in China, which cost less, but on the other hand, quality is not the same. But materials have the same cost.
The key point here is the automation, because if you have the right automation you can reduce costs dramatically and this is one important aspect.
Secondly, government support for establishing your business: batteries are the basic for many technologies. So having an In-House [meaning In Country] battery industry is something that can support in the other business areas. Therefore, it makes sense to subsidize and support companies and to have a solution in-house.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Maybe we should join and make a study about battery production in Germany and how to keep it here?

Shmuel De Leon: I think that at least having one day of discussion together with all the battery experts in Germany, also adding the decision makers from the political side, analyzing the topic and what should be done, could be a good idea.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Before I come back to subsidies - what is your advice for German car producers and suppliers? To illustrate the situation, let us recall the discussion about the Tesla giga factory. After the announcement the sentiment and statements were like “woow this is big news” followed by “oh we have to move”. Since then we just went on and nobody is talking about it any longer. How do you see that and what is your advice to BMW, Audi, VW or Porsche?

Shmuel De Leon: I say, first of all [they should start] thinking out of the box. Thinking out of the box means to check also different opportunities e.g. of cylindrical cells for EV batteries like 18650 type batteries. It means to not just concentrate on prismatic cells and having one source.
If you want to encourage competition and production, we should have at least several option and not one option in our hands. So that something that I would like to see. Beside that of course we talk about the battery costs, the battery is the most expensive part in the electric vehicle and there is no other way overall: we have to increase performance, reduce cost, become more efficient; and this is a challenge. It is not easy, but this is the key to establish e-mobility.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: So you recommend out of the box thinking for the car industry. This is a difficult, difficult topic.
Now I want to leave e-mobility aside for a moment, because we talk so often about it.
I want to focus on grid storage, which is as supported by many facts the “hot iron” of today. In addition, I would like to pick up the word of subsidies here, because based on the observation “we see sold systems and we see many systems coming from China” the question in the end is the following. The question is how Germany should think about this problem in order not to end up exactly with the solar panels, meaning Germany is the installment base and China is the production base. I see the connection of the two questions wondering what government subsidies can really do,

Shmuel De Leon: First, grid storage is a newcomer. I would say that the progress in that industry much slower than we expected before. It is needed, definitely.
Of course, instead of building new power plants, a better solution is to use the current energy production more efficient.
The issue here is that you are right. There were subsidies in Germany for the solar panels. Whenever there is such a situation, the industry grows and that in consequence supported the storage solutions for the grid, because it is needed for the solar industry, but when subsidies where reused a crisis broke out.

Regarding production, it is a matter of facts that production of batteries is much cheaper in Far East. It is the exactly the same problem as with cells. So if you want to have production, you need automation and you need to keep the quality gap and to compete.

I mean there is no other way … to compete.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Competition won with solutions that are more intelligent. Your point brings me to the nearly last question. Batteries and chemistry is considered hart science moving slowly. At the same time, we see digitalization, making everything faster, everything quicker. Today it seems you can accelerate almost everything.
Do you see an impact of this kind of digitalization into this hard science, into the field of batteries, battery production? Could it improve or affect the business models here?

Shmuel De Leon: I would not say so. Of course testing equipment and ability to test more and to speed up R&D could bring some fruits. But you are right; development on electric chemistry is a slow development. It is not something that is running fast and I do not think that there is a direct relation between electronic progress and electric chemistry progress. It has an effect, but it is not the main issue.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: But it would be worth to think about it at least, being intelligent also in this area?

Shmuel De Leon: If you have good computing power, you can analyze maybe a little bit better, but you still need to do the basic chemistry.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Ok, but computing power and the application of new big data models could improve the progress here?

Shmuel De-Leon: That could help.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Excellent. Thanks for your answer. You are going to have a seminar in July. Happy to have you back in Germany. So, what can people expect after this many insights and explanations? Did you already tell everything?

Shmuel De-Leon: No. Actually our seminar is covering toppings from the basics, definitions primary systems, rechargeable systems, chargers, military’s, safety, fuel cells, super cups, battery design and also of course the e-mobility, EV-batteries and grid storage solution. What I can say is that this year the seminar is going to be updated as always with the most current information worldwide. It is a very, very efficient training, and at the same time also brainstorming with the attendants. Together we have the opportunity and I plan to bring it to a very high level, technical level, to discuss the current situation, the market and to support the current local efforts of the battery and auto chemistry and EV Industry.

Arnbjörn Eggerz: Shmuel, thank you very much. It was a pleasure talking to you and having this interview and the insides you gave us. Much appreciated so, thanks and have a save line back.

Shmuel De-Leon: Thank you very much and I always like to be in Germany and enjoy the time.


 

about Shmuel De-Leon:

Shmuel De-Leon is the Founder and CEO of Shmuel De-Leon Energy, Ltd. Shmuel is a leading international expert in the field of Power Sources.

Prior to founding the company, Shmuel held various positions as a power sources, engineering and quality control team manager for over 20 years. Shmuel holds a B.Sc. in mechanical engineering from Tel-Aviv University and an M.Sc. in quality control and reliability engineering from the Technion Institute in Haifa as well as an Electronic Technician's diploma.

Shmuel De-Leon Energy Ltd. provides unique tools for the energy sources industry, such as the Energy Sources Database, Battery & Fuel Cells Seminar, Energy Sources Solutions, Industry News weekly newsletter, and consultations.

 

about Arnbjörn Eggerz/Interviewer:

Arnbjörn Eggerz has several years of startup/SME and institutional project consulting in Germany, Italy and Iceland (7+). He is owner of IceVenture in Munich, Germany. He started his career in banking holding the title "Bankkaufmann". Arnbjörn has a B.A. in Economics from the Free University of Bolzano. His focus today is on innovation, business development and technology transfer in e.g breakthrough technology in energy storage or SaaS form the commercial side. Competencies include SaaS, financial services and national/local innovation systems and innovation processes.

Mittwoch, 04 März 2015 05:47

Prof. Gasteiger, TU München

geschrieben von

1. Welchen Fokus/Schwerpunkt haben Sie im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher?

Unsere Arbeitsgruppe befasst sich mit der Untersuchung von Elektrolytadditiven, deren anodische und kathodische Zersetzung mittels on-line Massenspektrometrie, ex-situ infrared Spektroskopie (ATR-FTIR) und Lade-/Entladezyklen Tests (kleinformatige Dreielektrodenzellen, Knopfzellen, Pouchzellen) bestimmt werden. Ein weiterer Themenschwerpunkt sind die Herstellung und Charakterisierung von Slurries, die für die Beschichtung von Elektroden verwendet werden. Die Metallauflösung von Hochvolt-Kathoden wird mittels operando Röntgenabsorptionsspektroskopie (XAS) in Zusammenarbeit mit Prof. Moniek Tromp’s Gruppe an der Universität Amsterdam untersucht. Zu diesen Arbeiten im Bereich von Lithiumionen Batterien, untersuchen wir Elektrodenprozess in Lithium-Luft und Lithium-Schwefel Batterien. Für weitere Details s. www.tec.ch.tum.de

2. Welche Lösung(en) bietet Ihre Organisation in diesem Bereich an bzw. welche sucht sie?

Wir kooperieren mit zahlreichen anderen Gruppen und Industriepartnern im Rahmen zahlreicher öffentlich und bilateral geförderter Forschungsprojekte.

3. Wo sehen Sie die größten Herausforderungen für chemische Energiespeicher in den nächsten 5 Jahren?

Vor allem für automobile Anwendungen ist eine Erhöhung der gravimetrischen und auch volumetrischen Energiedichte essentiell, wobei allerdings auch Kosten eine grosse Rolle spielen.

4. Was macht Deutschland im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher richtig?

IProduktionsgerätehersteller und Materialhersteller leisten in Deutschland einen signifikanten Beitrag zur Weiterentwicklung der Lithiumionenbatterie Technologie. Auch die Entwicklung von Batteriemodulen/-systemen ist in Deutschland international sehr wettbewerbsfähig.

5. Was könnte man besser machen?

Man hat in den vergangenen fünf Jahren sehr viel Expertise und industrielles know-how aufgebaut. Für den zukünftigen Erfolg darf aber nicht vergessen, dass nur ein langfristig angelegtes F&E Programm dahin führen kann.

6. Der Batteriestammtisch ....

„…ist ein ausgezeichnetes Forum, um Forscherkollegen aus der näheren Umgebung in angenehmer Atmosphäre kennenzulernen und Erfahrungen auszutauschen.“

 

Prof. Gasteiger
Februar 2015

Donnerstag, 26 Februar 2015 05:55

PD Dr. Andrea Balducci, HI Ulm

geschrieben von

1. Welchen Fokus/Schwerpunkt haben Sie im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher?

Ich arbeite an der Entwicklung und Charakterisierung von neuen Elektrolyten und Aktiv-Inaktiv-Materialien für Lithium-Ionen-Batterien und Superkondensatoren.

2. Welche Lösung(en) bietet Ihre Organisation in diesem Bereich an bzw. welche sucht sie?

Das Helmholtz-Institut Ulm hat das Ziel, Batterien und Superkondensatoren im Bezug auf Sicherheit, Kosten, Zyklen-Stabilität, Energiedichte und Leistungsdichte zu verbessern.

3. Wo sehen Sie die größten Herausforderungen für chemische Energiespeicher in den nächsten 5 Jahren?

Die größten Herausforderungen werden auf der einen Seite die Entwicklung von Energiespeichern mit verbesserter Leistungsfähigkeit sein und auf der anderen Seite eine massive Einführung von Batterien und Superkondensatoren in stationäre und automobile Anwendungen.

4. Was macht Deutschland im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher richtig?

Ich glaube dass viel Aufwand betrieben wurde in den letzten Jahren in Deutschland. Dieser Aufwand führte zu einer Festigung von industriellem und wissenschaftlichem Fachwissen im Bezug auf elektrochemische Energiespeicher. Ich glaube dass ohne die Schaffung dieses Fachwissens Deutschland nicht konkurrenzfähig wäre gegenüber anderen Akteuren in diesem Bereich

5. Was könnte man besser machen?

Die Stärkung der Zusammenarbeit zwischen verschiedenen Akteuren, der Wissenschaft und der Industrie in diesem Bereich wäre wünschenswert.

6. Der Batteriestammtisch ....

Der Batteriestammtisch bietet eine gute Möglichkeit um in einer freundlichen Atmosphäre mit Leuten aus Industrie und Wissenschaft in Kontakt zu treten, welche an elektrochemischen Energiespeichern arbeiten.

 

PD Dr. Andrea Balducci
Februar 2015

Mittwoch, 18 Februar 2015 02:47

Simon C. Müller, TU München

geschrieben von

1. Welchen Fokus/Schwerpunkt haben Sie im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher?

Wir untersuchen v.a. Innovation und Geschäftsmodelle im Bereich von chemischen Energiespeichern. Um im Bereich Innovation über die Weiterentwicklung der Batterietechnologien Aussagen treffen zu können, analysieren wir unter anderem weltweit Patentdaten. Im Bereich Geschäftsmodelle untersuchen und entwickeln wir Szenarien, in denen stationäre Energiespeicher wirtschaftlich sinnvoll in Stromnetze integriert werden können und damit für Investoren attraktiv sein können.

2. Welche Lösung(en) bietet Ihre Organisation in diesem Bereich an bzw. welche sucht sie?

In beiden oben genannten Bereichen besitzen wir umfassende Kompetenzen. Daneben besteht die Möglichkeit, geeignete wissenschaftliche Fragestellungen auch im Rahmen studentischer Arbeiten zu erforschen.

3. Wo sehen Sie die größten Herausforderungen für chemische Energiespeicher in den nächsten 5 Jahren?

Größte Herausforderung und gleichzeitig am wichtigsten sind sicherlich Kostensenkungen. Der aktuell niedrige Ölpreis verschärft diese Notwendigkeit nochmal. Daneben ist die Sicherheit ein Bereich, der vielleicht nicht mehr ganz so stark debattiert wird, in dem aber dennoch keine Rückschläge passieren sollten, um die Verbreitung chemischer Energiespeicher nicht zu gefährden. Zu guter Letzt wird natürlich die Erhöhung der Energiedichte für die Automobilindustrie wichtig sein.

4. Was macht Deutschland im Bereich chemische Energiespeicher richtig?

Positiv zu bewerten ist sicherlich, dass die Bedeutung von Energiespeichern mittlerweile in Deutschland vielen Akteuren klar ist.

5. Was könnte man besser machen?

Aus deutscher Sicht wäre natürlich eine starke Industrie, inklusive einer großskaligen Zellproduktion vor Ort vorteilhaft, damit die Wertschöpfung in Deutschland nicht nur auf Modul- sondern auch auf Zellebene stattfinden würde.

6. Der Batteriestammtisch ....

ist eine spannende und zahlreich besuchte Plattform, um mit Personen, die an gleichen Themen arbeiten, in den Austausch treten zu können.

 

Simon C. Müller
Februar 2015

Iceseminars, das Beratungs- und Wissenstool des Beratungsunternehmens Iceventure, präsentiert das Programm für 2015. Es besteht aus verschiedenen Seminaren im Bereich Batterien, Software as a Service, Strategie für Unternehmen in Zeiten der Eurokrise, digitalem Wandel und Energiewende und Innovationsgenerierung. Workshops und verschiedene innovative Veranstaltungen runden das Angebot ab.

das Seminarjahresprogramm für 2015 - SaaS, chemische Energiespeicherung Innovationsgenerierung und Strategie