Energy management and energy storage
The way to a net zero factory – Smart utility metering, reporting and modular open automation.
The speaker will explain how especially brownfield factories in resource-intensive industries can meter, analyze, and report their utilities through a holistic digitalization and automation concept, but also how standardized, flexible, and agile automation without having to intervene in the inventory process can increase condition-based maintenance or productivity.
(c) Markus Kick
Phoenix Contact Deutschland GmbH
Buildings as a Grid - Unlocking the energy transition for buildings
The presentation will explore how the energy transition creates an opportunity for building owners to manage power far more effectively. It is outlined that buildings can be transformed from sole energy consumers into energy hubs to accelerate decarbonization, boost resilience, reduce energy costs and create new revenue streams. It is then shown how this can work for different building types using specific examples.
(c) Kai Zimmermann
Resource-saving economic activity with smart energy management, reverse peak shaving and the use of second-life batteries from electric cars
The lecturer will describe resource-saving economic activity with smart energy management, reverse peak shaving and the use of second-life batteries from electric cars. He will explain how FENECON products to saving resources and carbon emissions.
(c) FENECON GmbH
Integrating green, regionally generated energy at BIO-FROST Westhof
This lecture will provide insights into LUMENIONs newest project: the installation of a storage system with a capacity of 20 MWh at Germany's largest organic frozen vegetable processing plant. The storage system will absorb power peaks of up to 5 MW from nearby wind energy, store it for up to two days and then provide it as needed for processing 10 tons of frozen vegetables per hour, always ensuring a CO₂-free production. This will save BIO-FROST Westhof approx. 7,500 tonnes of CO₂ per year.
(c) Lukas Korves
Dipl.-Ing. Lukas Korves,
DC multi-source integration using power electronics energy hub for green and highly available power delivery
Distributed renewable energy production, batteries, and hydrogen-based energy storage are key to energy transition. However, their efficient and reliable grid integration remains challenging.
This presentation will show how research developed in collaboration between Kiel University, Fraunhofer ISIT, and Trinity College Dublin, which are joining forces in a EU-funded innovation project, tackles these issues. It will deal with developments in the direction of fault-tolerant multi-port power converters with embedded energy storage for highly available and efficient multi-source integration.
(c) Eric Shambroom
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marco Liserre,
Ideal Choice of Future Energy Storage System – how to increase your project revenue?
An interesting series of global references of BESS projects showing the current problems and challenges of battery energy storage system, help the audience understand how could the newly technology of battery energy storage system Improves project economics, increases system equipment life and therefore, increases project revenue.
(c) Yan Mu
Circular economy – keeping valuable materials in the cycle
“Metals "fuel" society's renewable energy and circular economy future. The critically necessary metallurgical processing infrastructure and know-how are key enablers. This presentation will cover from academic to industrial application the author has been involved in to realize real circular solutions.”
(c) Prof. Markus Reuter
Prof. Markus Reuter,
The contribution of the metal-free flow battery to a circular economy and implications for the industry
More and more companies not only take into consideration what value they create, but also how their own ecological footprint influences the world’s most pressing issue: The climate crisis. Hence, JenaBatteries takes a deeper look into how the energy industry can contribute to a circular economy by introducing a revolutionary, metal-free flow battery for large scale energy storage applications. Starting with sustainable material sourcing, extending the battery life cycle and concluding with battery recycling, the footprint of energy production and storage will be reduced significantly. Furthermore, we take a deeper look into how single decisions in the supply chain can make a huge difference and which parameters are often overlooked. In the end, CEO Philipp Hammans will highlight how specific industries can profit by taking care of their energy consumption footprint.
(c) Michael Bader
Decarbonisation in the regions of NRW
Decarbonization of minerals industry – The potential of industrial furnace and thermoprocess technology
Fossil free generation of process heat in energy-intensive production processes is essential for the decarbonization of industry. Industrial furnaces are central components in a large number of process chains e.g. in the metals and minerals industry and have a key role in terms of product quality and energy consumption. Therefore, these plants offer great potential for the decarbonization of industry, but also pose technical and economic challenges that will be addressed in the presentation.
(c) Christian Schwotzer
Dr.-Ing. Christian Schwotzer,
RWTH Aachen University
More than just hot water – thermal storage for the energy transition
Energy transition requires energy storages. In order to combine power and heat generation, thermal storage offers a solution. High-temperature storage enables the possibility to supply heat on various temperature levels and, additionally, realize electric reconversion through heat engines. At Solar-Institute Jülich, we research various storage technologies, which are introduced to the audience. Furthermore, we present the multiTESS storage concept with heat up to 1000 °C and the realized pilot plant.
(c) Heike Lachmann Fotografie Aachen
Solar-Institute Jülich of FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
The decarbonization journey of a local energy provider – chances and challenges
Stadtwerke Düsseldorf AG is the local energy, gas and water provider in Düsseldorf, with activities spanning from production until distribution via its networks. We aim to significantly reduce its CO2 emissions until 2035. In this speech, we would like to highlight the starting point, our goals, approach as well as challenges we encounter along our way.
(c) Stadtwerke Düsseldorf AG
Dr. Verena Svensson,
Stadtwerke Düsseldorf AG
IHK Aachen – Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Innovations.Platform – Matching-Platfrom for Energy Start-ups and Companies
The Innovations.Platform trys to connect innovation providers and innovation demanders from the energy industry and research as well as other stakeholders. Companies, investors, start-ups and research institutions in and around North Rhine-Westphalia can exchange information and drive innovative projects and ideas forward. From innovation scouting to direct contact and online-events, various platform functions offer comprehensive services for the further development of your company or project idea.
(c) Maximilian Winter
EE Energy Engineers
(E)mission net zero: Why Plug and Play came to NRW
Plug and Play is a global corporate-startup matchmaking platform that has expanded its footprint by creating dynamic and interconnected tech ecosystems, with 35,000+ startups 530+ world-leading corporations. As the number one energy and industrial state, North Rhine-Westphalia bears considerable responsibility for green tech innovation. That is why we have decided to open a new office in Düsseldorf with the overreaching topic of decarbonisation to build bridges between the strong companies of the region and globally scouted startups.
(c) Adrian Grussendorf
Plug and Play Sustainability NRW
How field data improves battery safety and performance
ACCURE offers a cloud platform for battery data. In the presentation, the significance of battery analytics will be presented and a case study will be shown how cloud analytics improves battery safety and performance.
(c) Judith Büthe
Dr. Georg Angenendt,
ACCURE Battery Intelligence GmbH
Monitor & Reduce Methane Emissions With Satellites
Orbio aims to eradicate global methane emissions and leaks by leveraging the power of satellites and data fusion technology. We help companies understand methane emissions on asset-levels and global scales and thus support our users in their reporting, reduction and benchmarking (assets, companies, supply chains) needs.
(c) Robert Huppertz
Orbio Earth GmbH
Innovations for practice in industry and commerce
Compressed air energy storage in buildings and industry – benefits of combined optimization of electricity, heating and cooling system
The lecture will explain the application of compressed air energy storage technology (CAES) as alternative to batteries in commercial buildings (e.g. office building) and industrial applications (e.g. food/beverage). It will work out the advantages on both the ecological and economical side for the building/customer. The audience will specifically learn the benefits of CAES allowing to optimize not only the electricity side but the whole energy system including heat and cold.
(c) Green-Y Energy AG
Green-Y Energy AG
Role of Refrigeration – modular Ice Energy Storage – illustration of typical user cases
Doing stock of climate change and urgent need to counteract, the lecture will emphasize the worldwide growing importance of refrigeration in our lives and impact in term of energy use. In this framework, the benefit of modular Ice Energy Storage will be addressed and illustrated by means of typical user cases from various areas from Industry to building sector.
(c) Christine Barratte
Why does battery design matter to energy storage and what can we learn from designing batteries for E-Mobility?
The lecture will explain the importance of battery design to successful e-mobility and energy storage applications. It describes the lithium-ion battery design experience accumulated from the past decade and extend to next generation energy storage. After a theoretical part on battery model, the lecture will focus on how to achieve the battery performance required by those applications and in the end introduce some recent scientific trials on battery design by artificial intelligence.
(c) Luke Hu