Economics of Energy Storage
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Storage has been the big promise of the energy transition for years, however the business case for storage has been a tough one to make up till now. However, dropping battery costs, correlating with the rise of battery electric vehicles, and increasing value for ancillary services, bring a viable business case for storage closer.

Join the Future Grid Lab on The Economics of Energy Storage to learn about the latest market developments and most innovative business models!

ORGANIZER

HOSTING PARTNER


PROGRAM

12 December 2018, Rotterdam

13:00
Welcome by chairman
Eric Vennix
Industry Leader North West Europe
Deloitte
13:15
State-of-the-Market of the European Energy Storage market
  • Classifications the different types of storage
  • Market trends and developments
  • Live Monitor of storage deployment
Michael Salomon
Founder & CEO
Clean Horizon
13:40
The TSO perspective
  • The rising need for flexibility
  • Value and revenue stacking
  • Energy storage business case calculation tool
Joris Besseling
Electricity Market Developer
Tennet
14:05 Networking Break
14:45
Storage at a commercial site: A case study
  • Implications of behind-the-meter storage
  • Balancing the grid
  • Cutting Carbon: optimal use of green energy
Elias de Keyser
Energy & Flexibility Expert
NEXT Kraftwerke
15:15
Energy storage: the bigger picture
  • Physical limits of battery storage
  • Alternative options for energy storage
  • Storage in molecules
Prof. Ir. Peter Vaessen
Professor
Technical University of Delft
15:45 Networking Break
16:30
Synergies between storage and e-mobility
  • Solar-powered charging after sunset
  • Smart Solar Charging 2.0
  • 800kWh battery at the Jaarbeurs
Robin Berg
Founder
LomboXnet
16:50
Investor perspective
  • How business cases are assessed
  • Secondary drivers: Energy autonomy and carbon neutrality
17:10
The role of storage in a commercial smart grid
  • The Picnic smart grid
  • A battery combined with solar panels, smart chargers and 160 EV's
  • Optimizing the value streams of a battery
Luuk Veeken
Founder
Dexter Energy
17:30
Closing remarks and networking drinks
Eric Vennix
Industry Leader North West Europe
Eric Vennix leads the Energy & Resources industry within Deloitte North West Europe. He helps clients with business process transformation, implementing ERP / CRM systems and developing an IT strategy, roadmap or design. With his combined industry and systems background, Eric routinely works as a C-level advisor for Technology initiatives. He is also the driving force behind Deloitte’s ‘Future of Energy’ initiative where we bring together Deloitte eminence on every aspect of the energy transition.
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Michael Salomon
Founder & CEO
Michael obtained his engineer’s degree at Mines ParisTech in France and his Ph.D. at Stanford in the USA. He witnessed the booming of cleantech venture capital and entrepreneurship while an academic in the Silicon Valley, and then went on to become a management consultant at McKinsey in Paris.

In 2009, he founded Clean Horizon in Paris which he has led and grown since then. Since its creation, Clean Horizon has confirmed its status as the only, boutique consultancies in the world specialized solely on energy storage.

Clean Horizon is active globally (Europe, Africa, Americas, Asia) both as a market analyst and as a technical consultancy focusing on energy storage. As of 2018, Clean Horizon serves the Caribbean and Latin American markets from its new Miami office.
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Elias de Keyser
Energy & Flexibility Expert
A short bio will follow soon...
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Joris Besseling
Electricity Market Developer
A short bio will follow soon...
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Robin Berg
Founder
A short bio will follow soon...
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Peter Lo
COO
With over 20 years of experience, Peter has held executive positions across the life-cycle of power assets including M&A, joint ventures, green/ brown field project development, PR, portfolio asset management, construction, commissioning and operations with broad international experience. He was formerly the Director of New Energy for a large vertically integrated utility covering scouting, scanning and catalysing of new business models and technologies across Asia Pacific.
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Luuk Veeken
Founder
A short bio will follow soon...
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Peter Vaessen
Professor
Peter Vaessen received a cum laude MSc degree in electrical power engineering from Eindhoven Technical University, The Netherlands in 1985. The same year he joined KEMA (now DNV GL Energy). In his more than 30-year career he held research positions in the field of large power transformers and high voltage measurement & testing. He headed the T&D high voltage department and managed realization projects, among them construction of Dutch 400kV substations and laboratory test facilities. As a principal consultant, he has more than 15 years’ experience in (U)HVDC technology and future transmission & distribution grids with high shares of renewables. He is actively involved in the technology strategy of DNVGL KEMA laboratories, member of the board of the Distributed Energy Resources Laboratories association - DERlab and member of several national and international working groups. He is part-time professor Hybrid Transmission Systems at TU Delft where he teaches high voltage technology and HVDC.
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PAST WEBINAR // Monday 29th OCTOBER, 16:00 CET

The rising value streams of energy storage

  • Pairing renewables with battery storage
  • Cost trends and rising value streams of energy storage
  • Constraints and challenges for energy storage
Peter Lo
COO
The Faraday Grid


VENUE

 


With stakes as high as in the energy transition, there probably could not have been a more suitable venue for the Future Grid Labs than the Maastoren. Not only is it the tallest building in the Netherlands, with its auditorium on the 44th floor, overlooking Rotterdam, it probably also offers the most stunning yet inspiring views.

Public transport
Only 5 minutes by underground from Rotterdam Central Station
Take line D (direction ‘De Akkers’) or E (direction ‘Slinge’)
Get out at 'Wilhelminaplein'

Car
Navigation - 'Stieltjesstraat'

Maastoren Rotterdam
HQ Deloitte
The Netherlands

3072 AP Rotterdam
Wilhelminakade 1

 
 

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