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Our past Energy Storage Forums in Asia (Beijing - Tokyo) and in Europe (Barcelona - Paris) attracted over 500 professionals from 20 countries (total of all events). …

Our past Energy Storage Forums in Asia (Beijing - Tokyo) and in Europe (Barcelona - Paris) attracted over 500 professionals from 20 countries (total of all events).

This year’s Forum aims to get deeper into the business case according to different applications by comparing different technologies including: Flywheel, Li-ion, CAES, Flow Battery, Hydrogen, Supercapacitors and new alternative technologies. We will explore topics on Energy Storage with Smart Grid, Government and Policy, Area Regulation, and the role of wind, solar and power electronics.

Confirmed speakers so far include: E.ON (Germany), GDF Suez (France), Enel (Italy), Terna (Italy), Dong Energy (Denmark), Vorarlberger (Austria), Torresol Energy (Spain), KEPCO (South Korea). These and other speakers will facilitate fruitful discussions from our unique interactive discussion format called “Building The Action Plan (BAP)”.

Download the latest programme: www.energystorageforum.com
Videos from our past events: http://www.youtube.com/user/EnergystorageForum

Contact: Emily Low
Dufresne – Singapore
+65 6243 0050 (+8gmt)
emily@energystorageforum.com

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  • 1. 40+ Speakers including 15 Utilities Achieving The Business Case And A Regulatory Framework That Will Enable A Profitable Deployment Of Grid Energy Storage Solutions Europe 2 01 2 12 - 14 June Rome Hotel Quirinale Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsor Produced by www.energystorageforum.comcall: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) +65 6243 0050 (Singapore +8GMT) email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 2. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 June Programme At A Glance Monday 11 June Tuesday 12 June Wednesday 13 June Thursday 14 June PRE-FORUM WORKSHOP FORUM DAY 1 FORUM DAY 2 FORUM DAY 3 • Return On Investment • Regulation • CEO Keynote Comparing • Comparing ES Technologies • Thermal Storage • Wind Scheduling And Integration Energy Storage • Smart Grid • CAES • Solar & Wind With Energy Storage • Residential Energy Storage • Lithium-ion • Power Electronics Business Models And • Investments • NaS • Molten Salt Stroage Applications • European ES Forecast • Flow Batteries • Microgrids • Pilot Projects • Pumped Storage • Building The Action PlanGold Sponsors FIAMM Group, born in 1942, manufactures and distributes batteries for automotive (starter) and for industrial usage (stand-by, emergency), as well as warning devices (clacson and sirens). FIAMM has a global presence in 60 countries worldwide, with around 3000 Speaker employees. Today FIAMM Group is also focused on the energy storage systems, with a Giorgio Crugnola dedicated business unit; thanks to the unique battery technology “sodium-nickel chloride” Energy Storage System FIAMM SoNick, is partner and supplier for advanced solutions on both on-grid and off-grid Design Manager www.fiamm.com applications, as well as for electric mobility. FIAMM (ITALY) NEC is a leading global provider of innovative and integrated IT and networking solutions that meet the complex and changing needs of its customers. By leveraging its assets in IT and devices like batteries or chipsets, NEC targets to bring to the market cutting-edge solutions that contribute Speaker to change the way we manage energy generation and consumption. By providing a combination Ugo Govigli of products and solutions that cross utilise the company’s experience and global resources, NEC’s Vice President advanced technologies meet the complex and ever-changing needs of its customers. In all, NEC www.nec.com Smart Grid Solutions aims to be a leading global company leveraging the power of innovation to realise an information NEC EUROPE (ITALY) society friendly to humans and the earth.Silver Sponsor MAN Diesel & Turbo is the world market leader for large diesel engines for ships and power Speaker stations, and is one of the 3 leading suppliers of turbo machines. The company employs some 12,500 Christian Brotel persons represented in more than 150 countries. MAN Diesel & Turbo is a company within the Power Sales Manager, Gas Storage & Engineering Business Area of MAN SE, one of the 30 leading German companies quoted in the DAX Share Sealed Technology, Oil & Gas Index. MAN Diesel & Turbo offers one of the world’s most comprehensive product line of compressors www.mandieselturbo.com MAN DIESEL AND TURBO and turbines for nearly all technical processes, from single machines to complete machinery trains. (SWITZERLAND)Supported byMedia PartnersProduced by Dufresne specialises in creating high-quality market driven conferences and training. The company focuses on energy storage related topics such as the EV Battery Forum, EV Charging Forum and Energy Storage Forum with annual international meetings in Europe and Asia. We believe in creating a platform which facilitates a genuine exchange within the energy storage community. We are committed to provide you with new conference formats which can help you in finding a solution. WATCH OUR Join our group Discuss with professionals from the value chain. EVENT VIDEO! on Put forward your questions and get to know your Click here now >> peers before and after the conference so you can http://goo.gl/ILRjJ gain more learning and networking value. http://www.youtube.com/user/EnergyStorageForum 1500+ memberscall: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 3. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 JuneSponsorship Packages At A GlanceThe Platinum option has premier positioning and priority in each of the features described below.This is not an exhaustive list, please contact one of our marketing consultants to help you define your objectivesFeatures Platinum Gold Silver Associate Premier Positioning & SizeConnectTime (bespoke feature, ask for details) P PCompany logo appearing in a 3 minute video animation at start of Forum P PCompany logo appearing in Energy Storage Forum marketing video P POne to one video interviews P PSpeaking opportunity (subject to content approval) P P PLogo on the front page of programme - paper and digital version P P P P P P PBi-monthly newsletter logo branding 24 issues 12 issues 8 issues 4 issuesElectronic ticket corporate branding P P P PCompany logo on Energy Storage Forum’s customised design stage P P P PCompany logo in coffee area and registration backdrop P P P PCompany logo on Forum home page with link to company website P P P PCompany logo on sponsorship and exhibition page of Forum website P P P PThese three main sponsorship options are available amongst other options so do please contact one of our marketing consultants to enquire further.Examples of packages include: • Lunch • Drinks reception • Conference bursary • Cultural entertainment sponsorshipTailored Packages We believe in tailoring your needs by understanding your strategic objectives. This understanding is then transferred to ourdatabase, blog and media partners which will allow you to reach thousands of individuals for a good period stretching over 6 - 12 months. These are some of the For sponsorship or exhibition companies that attended the Energy Storage Forum 2010 Beijing, enquiries, please contact: Sponsors logos on stage 2010 Barcelona, 2011 Paris, 2011 Tokyo backdrop, huma@energystorageforum.com registration European Commission Joint Research Centre China Electric Power Research Institute tel: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) backdrop and banners Korea Institute of Science and Technology U.S. Department of Energy cell: +44 7813 888 337 China longyuan electric power STATE GRID CORPORATION CHINA emily@energystorageforum.com KEMA ALSTOM Southern California Edison Mindanao Energy Systems tel: +65 6243 0050 (Singapore +8GMT) Gold Sponsor ABB SAFT AES Energy Storage Cagayan Electric Power & Light video animation ENEL China Huadian New Energy shown on main EDP Energy Storage & PowerWho Will You Meet From Which Functions stage at start EDF CHINA ENVIRONMENT FUND of conference ENBW MAN DIESEL & TURBOUtilities Director of Grid Integration BYD EUROPE FraunhoferGeneration Transmission Networks Manager NEC StatkraftTransmission & Distribution Providers Head of R&D EPRI ENDESARenewable Energy Intergrators Energy Storage Specialist CSIRO YOUNICOSGovernment/Regulators/Public Agencies Technical Development Manager SANYO Gas NaturalBattery Manufacturers Head of Renewable Technologies MITSUBISHI Elia GROUPEnergy Storage Solutions Providers Head of Electrical Engineering BETTER PLACE VattenfallResearch Institutes Director of Innovation Beacon Power StatnettInvestors Distributed Energy Resources Manager Exhibition VERBUND GDF SUEZWind Energy Operators Storage Research Leader showcase Hc EnergIa IBERDROLAPV & Solar Cells Manufacturers Planner Load Levelling Manager 4Energia DONG EnergyCommercial & Industrial End Users SK energy AltairnanoTrading and Oil/Gas Comapnies Panasonic A123 Systems South Europe East 60% CLP Holdings DOW KOKAM Rest Asia Middle of the EnerDel FROST & SULLIVANRegions 3% 2% East World RIST Morgan Stanley 4% India Sponsor the DOOSAN SAMSUNG SDI 3% drinks NGK Tokyo electric power company China, Japan & Korea 10% North America 18% E.ON kansai electric power company reception call: +65 6243 0050 (+8 GMT) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 4. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 June Pre-Forum Workshop Monday 11 June Comparing Energy Storage Business Models And ApplicationsThis workshop will examine the most likely role, economics and market demand of Energy Storage in a world increasingly characterised by the presence of intermittent renewableenergy sources. Whether you are defining the best Energy Storage solution or policy strategy for your project or are planning to design and produce a new Energy Storagetechnology, you will gain from having a more interactive opportunity to learn with and question, both the workshop leader and fellow delegates facing the same challenges as you.8.30 Registration & Coffee 13.00 Lunch9.00 Introducing Your Morning Session Workshop Leaders 14.30 Introducing Your Afternoon Session Workshop Leaders Session 1 Session 39.10 Bulk System Energy Storage Technologies And Applications 14.40 Examining And Understanding The Landscape For • Energy storage options Energy Storage Today And In The Near Future • Modeling energy storage devices • Comparison of various storage technologies • Energy storage applications • What does the future for storage look like? What is the range of • Performance-based cost evaluation of different energy storage applications applications for various technologies, and what are the current and future alternatives to storage?10.00 discussion • What storage applications are economical (geography and • Emerging energy storage options for grid applications services provided)? • Performance and cost evaluations • How does the volatility of the power system change over various time • Experiences/lessons learnt from field tests and demonstration projects horizons as intermittent renewable resources increase and how might storage be used to address this issue?10.45 Coffee Break • Do we need special regulatory and market frameworks for storage? Session 2 15.45 Coffee Break11.15 Smart Grid and Distributed Energy Storage Options • Community and residential energy storage options Session 4 • Demand response programs for energy storage applications 16.15 The Potential Role For Storage To Support Mostly • Micro-grid applications Fossil Fuel Free Energy Systems Of The Future • Electric vehicles • How much storage might be needed to support largely renewable • Technical and non-technical barriers energy systems? • How much storage might be economical to support fluctuations in 12.1 discussion output from wind/solar systems? • Emerging energy storage options for residential and building energy • How do the economics of various storage systems compare to the management alternative approaches to dealing with intermittency on a large scale? • Using smart grid technologies to facilitate energy storage integration • Economics of such applications 17.45 End Of Workshop • Technical and non-technical barriersWORKSHOP LEADERS - Morning Session WORKSHOP LEADERS - Afternoon Session Ning Lu Judy Chang Senior Research Engineer Principal Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (USA) THE BRATTLE GROUP (USA)Dr. Ning Lu is a senior research engineer with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Dr. Lu has over 18 Judy Chang is an economist with a public policy background. She has expertise in the analysis ofyears of experience in electric power engineering. She has conducted and managed research projects in electricity power markets and adviseson the financial and regulatory issues relating to renewable energymodeling and analysis of power system load behaviors, wide area energy storage management systems, investment and procurement decisions. Her recent work includes evaluating the potential impact ofrenewable integration, climate impact on power grids, and smart grid modeling and diagnosis. Dr. Lu is integrating renewable energy onto power systems, including developing a model that estimates thea senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. She has authored or co-authored operational effects and the associated costs of variable resources on a grid. Ms. Chang holds a Master’smore than 60 publications, including journal articles, conference proceedings, and technical reports. Dr. in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School.Lu holds a Ph.D. in electric power engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Jurgen Weiss Gary Yang Principal Lab Fellow THE BRATTLE GROUP (USA) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (USA) Jürgen Weiss is a Principal with The Brattle Group, an international economic consulting firm, where heDr. Yang is currently the chief scientist of the stationary electrical energy storage (EES) program at PNNL, heads the firm’s climate change practice. He specializes in climate change and carbon market analysis,where he leads the technical efforts in developing varied EES technologies, including redox flow battery, renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy storage and electric utility economics. He advises publicplanar Na-metal halide battery, unique Li-ion battery and new concepts, in particular for renewable integration and private clients on issues related to moving energy systems away from fossil fuel use, includingand smart grid applications. Previously he was a Senior Scientist and then a Chief Scientist before promoted the economics of renewable energy and storage, integration of renewable energy into the existing grid,to the rank of Lab Fellow in 2010. Currently he serves as Chair of the TMS/ASM International Environmental the design of incentive structures for low carbon technologies and the design of market structures toEffects Committee and was the founding Chair of TMS Energy Conversion & Storage Committee. Dr. Yang accommodate an increasing share of renewable generation. He holds a Ph.D. in business economicsreceived his Ph.D. in materials science and engineering from the University of Connecticut and was further from Harvard University and an MBA from Columbia University.trained as a postdoctoral fellow at Carnegie Mellon University before joining PNNL.Energy Storage Forum Asia 2010 Beijing March “Great! Very exciting topics” RSR, Economic Regulatory Compliance Officer CEPALCO (Philippines - Utility)call: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 5. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 June Forum Day 1 Tuesday 12 June Business Case / Comparing Energy Storage Technologies / Smart Grid / Residential Energy Storage8.30 Registration & Coffee 13.00 Lunch9.00 Welcome Address 14.30 Examining E.ON’s Approach When Developing The First Batch Davide Bonomi, Content Strategy Director Of Pilot Projects With New Energy Storage Technologies Dufresne - ENERGY STORAGE FORUM Andrei Zschocke Head of R&D Underground Storage Technologies9.20 Chairman Introduction E.ON (GERMANY) 14.55 Italian Case Study: Comparing Different Energy Storage9.30 Analysing The Economic Conditions Of Potential Energy Technologies Storage Services In Europe Gianluca Gigliucci Gregory Fayet Director Renewable Energy & Distributed Generation Project Leader Economy & Regulation of Energy Storage ENEL (ITALY) EDF (FRANCE) 15.20 Community Energy Storage: Implementing Small Scale9.55 Case Study: Installing The First Smart Grid In Italy To Energy Storage To Improve Distribution System Reliability Optimally Regulate Bi-directional Electricity Flow From For more details about this topic and to apply as a speaker Renewable Resources On Low And Medium-Voltage Networks please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com Francesco Sessa Vice President - Network Development ENEL (ITALY) 15.45 Coffee Break10.20 Energy Storage Solutions And The Road Towards A 16.20 Evaluating The Role of Energy Storage In Meeting Europe’s Digital Grid Long Term Renewable Goal Ugo Govigli Marianne Boust Vice President - Smart Grid Solutions Senior Analyst, Europe Renewable Power Generation NEC EUROPE (ITALY) IHS EMERGING ENERGY RESEARCH (SPAIN)10.45 Coffee Break 16.45 German Case Study: How Energy Storage Can Support Intermittent System Components in Various Time Scales11.20 South African Case Study: Evaluating Carbon Capture Erik Hauptmeier And Storage Development Corporate R&D, Technologies - Power Networks & Storage Neliswale Magubane RWE (GERMANY) Director General DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (SOUTH AFRICA) PANEL DISCUSSION 17.10 > To What Extent Intermittence Of Power From Renewable 11.45 Achieving An Equipped Balance Of Energy Storage In Energy Sources Can Impact The Power Market? The Grid > Should ES Investments Be Recognised In The Asset Base? Alexander Arch > Can An Energy Storage Investment Be Profitable By Project Manager Strategy Hydropower Serving A Single Application? EnBW (GERMANY) Moderator: Davide Tabarelli12.10 Korean Case Study: Understanding The Value Of President Implementing Large Scale Energy Storage In The Smart Grid NOMISMA ENERGIA (ITALY) Kwang-Hee Hong Panelists: Senior Researcher, Power Transmission & Distribution Philippe Cassagne KEPCO (KOREA) Chief Technology Officer Apply Now GDF SUEZ (FRANCE)12.35 Examining The Results From The Energy OASIS Project And Otto Pirker Overcoming The Energy Supply Challenges Within Islands Special Advisor Hydropower Apply Now And Rural Areas Verbund (AUSTRIA) Giorgio Crugnola Energy Storage System Design Manager 17.55 Closing Remarks From The Chair FIAMM (ITALY) 18.00 Networking Drinks ReceptionEnergy Storage Forum Europe 2010 Barcelona October “Valuable presentations with a good depth of detail that still provide the overall picture” MB, Key Account Manager - Europe POWERCORP (Australia) call: +65 6243 0050 (+8 GMT) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 6. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 June Forum Day 2 Wednesday 13 June Regulation / New Technologies / CAES / Flow / Lithium-ion / NaS / Pumped Storage8.30 Coffee 13.00 Lunch9.10 Previous Day Summary & Chairman Introduction 14.30 Examining China State Grid 36 MWh Battery Storage System Gary Yang Alex Lu Lab Fellow Business Director, EMEA PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY (USA) BYD (CHINA)9.30 Addressing Regulatory And Legal Issues Related To 14.55 Developing A Successful Business Model To Drive The Energy Storage Market Penetration Of Energy Storage Technologies Axel Strang For more details about this topic and to apply as a speaker Green Technology Policy Advisor please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com FRENCH MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY (FRANCE)9.55 Examining Storage Applications In The Italian Transmission Grid 15.20 Overcoming The Scalability Challenge Of Creating A Larger To Facilitate Massive Integration Of Renewable Energy Storage Flow Battery System Angelo Ferrante Richard Wills Head of International Regulation Research Institute for Industry, Engineering & Environment TERNA (ITALY) UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON (UK)10.20 Compressed Air Energy Storage: The Technology Geared 15.45 Coffee Break Up For Europe’s Renewable Energy Growth Christian Brotel 16.20 Case Study: Comparing Results From Pumped Storage Sales Manager, Gas Storage & Sealed Technology, Oil & Gas Segment Projects in Scandinavia MAN DIESEL AND TURBO (SWITZERLAND) Jon Ulrik Haaheim Michael Nakhamkin Vice President Power Generation Chief Technology Officer STATKRAFT (NORWAY) ENERGY STORAGE AND POWER (USA) 16.45 Evaluating Pumped Storage: Old Fashioned Technology Or10.45 Coffee Break One of the Turn Keys for the Future? Peter Matt11.20 Leveraging Energy Bags As The Best Solution For A Head of Civil Engineering Cost-Effective Heat Storage VORARLBERGER ILLWERKE (AUSTRIA) Seamus Garvey Professor of Dynamics and Director of Research PANEL DISCUSSION UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM (UK) 17.10 What Are The Main Advantages And Disadvantages Between NaS And Li-ion Batteries?11.45 Evaluating The Trade-offs Between “Conventional” Moderator: Electricity Storage And Thermal Storage Gary Yang Jurgen Weiss Lab Fellow Principal PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY (USA) THE BRATTLE GROUP (USA) Panelists: Richard Wills12.10 TECH SOAP BOX Research Institute for Industry, Engineering & Environment 4 Speakers 10 Minutes Each Focusing On A Innovative Key Technology UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON (UK) This session is a unique feature of Dufresne’s Energy Storage Forum. Each of 4 companies will present an innovative key technology for 10 minutes. The audience will then evaluate each presentation. Each speaker will have to highlight Apply Now Apply Now the potential benefits of one technology across one specific application. The winner will have a 20 min speaking slot at our next forum. For more details about this panel session and to apply as a speaker please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com Apply Now Apply Now 17.55 Closing Remarks From The Chair Apply Now Apply Now 18.00 End Of Forum Day 2 For more details about this session and to apply as a speaker please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com Energy Storage Forum Europe 2011 Paris October “Very dense and informative, congratulations for the organisation” GD, MCPHY (France)call: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 7. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 June Forum Day 3 Thursday 14 June Wind and Solar Integration / Power Electronics / Microgrid / Building The Action Plan8.30 Registration & Coffee 13.00 Lunch9.10 Previous Day Summary & Chairman Introduction WIND AND SOLAR INTEGRATION KEYNOTE 14.30 Examining Key Opportunities For Energy Storage When9.30 Learning How To Improve The Performance Of A European Addressing Upcoming Wind Scheduling Requirements Electricity Distribution Company In India Basil Scarsella Rahul Walawalkar Chief Executive Officer Vice President, Emerging Technologies & Markets UK POWER NETWORKS (UK) CUSTOMIZED ENERGY SOLUTIONS (INDIA) UK Power Networks is owned by the Cheung Kong Group. It already successfully operates electricity distribution businesses serving communities in Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand. It has 170,000 kilometres of underground cables and 14.55 Demonstrating The Next Generation Requirements For overhead lines and more than 130,000 substations. Using Large Scale Batteries With Wind Farms Under Different Network Conditions9.55 Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Molten Salt Storage With Luis Manuel Santos Moro Solar Plants Head of R&D Top speaker in Santiago Arias 2010 as voted HC ENERGIA (SPAIN) Plant Director by delegates TORRESOL ENERGY (SPAIN) 15.20 Integrating 50% Wind Power: How Much Energy Storage Would Be Sufficient In the Danish System In 2020?10.20 Combining Wind And Solar With Energy Storage To Achieve Ningling Rao The Greatest Economic Value Chief Engineer Matthias Popp DONG ENERGY (DENMARK) Engineering Consultant POPP ENGINEERING OFFICE (GERMANY) 15.45 Evaluating Different Wind And Solar Energy Storage Techniques In The Middle East And Improve Grid Stability10.45 Coffee Break Ramzy Obaid Professor, Electrical And Computer Engineering11.20 Developing Control Systems Which Cost Effectively Integrate KING ABDUL AZIZ UNIVERSITY (SAUDI ARABIA) PV/Wind With Energy Storage In Microgrids Raquel Garde Aranguren 16.10 Coffee Break Head of Energy Storage, Renewable Energies Grid Integration CENTRO NACIONAL DE ENERGIAS RENOVABLES (CENER) (SPAIN) 16.45 BUILDING THE ACTION PLANTM This is a unique feature of Dufresne’s Energy Storage Forum. After POWER ELECTRONICS all the power point presentations from all 3 forum days have been completed, we will be running a tailored discussion in parallel11.45 Examining What Needs To Improve Within Power Control groups centred on active engagement, collaboration and innovative Systems (PCS) In Order To Reduce The Overall Cost methods to tackling specific issues which came up during the For more details about this topic and to apply as a speaker conference. Each group discussion will then be followed by a step please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com by step approach on how to implement solutions.12.10 Evaluating Power Electronics As The Intelligent Interconnection For Renewable Energy Systems And The Grid Frede Blaabjerg Professor, Institute Of Energy Technology AALBORG UNIVERSITY (DENMARK)12.35 Developing High Efficiency Power Converters Operating At High Junction Temperatures To Achieve Reliability, 17.35 Closing Remarks From The Chair Efficiency and Controllable Energy Conversion For more details about this topic and to apply as a speaker 17.45 End Of Forum Day 3 please email: gladys@energystorageforum.com “Lots of good presentations with interesting participants” BB, Key Account Manager - Europe, Alstom (France) Mr Yukio Hatoyama (ex-Prime Minister of Japan) opening the drinks reception of our Tokyo Forum Energy Storage Forum Asia 2011 Tokyo October “Excellent technology advice at a well pitched level” JD, Power Systems Engineer HORIZON POWER (Australia) call: +65 6243 0050 (+8 GMT) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com
  • 8. Europe 2012 Rome 12 - 14 JuneRegister Now 3 EASY WAYS to REGISTER Online: www.energystorageforum.com Sponsorship & Exhibition: huma@energystorageforum.com Email: emily@energystorageforum.com Enquiry: emily@energystorageforum.com REGISTER NOW! Speaking at Future Events: gladys@energystorageforum.com Call: +65 6243 0050 (Singapore +8 GMT) +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) Monday 11 June Pre-Forum Workshop Tuesday 12 June Forum Day 1 (Includes Networking Drinks) Produced by Wednesday 13 June Forum Day 2 Thursday 14 June Forum Day 3 Book BY Book BY Book BY Book AFTER Select Your Forum Days 23 Mar ’12 SAVE 13 Apr ’12 SAVE 11 May ’12 SAVE 11 May ’12 4 Days All 3 Forum Days + Pre-Forum Workshop (11+12+13+14 June) 2090 € 700 2190 € 600 2290 € 500 2390 € 3 Days All 3 Forum Days (12+13+14 June) 1790 € 700 1890 € 600 1990 € 500 2090 € 3 Days Any 2 Forum Days + Pre-Forum Workshop 1690 € 700 1790 € 600 1890 € 500 1990 € 2 Days Any 2 Forum Days 1290 € 300 1390 € 200 1490 € 100 1590 € 1 Day Pre-Forum Workshop Only (11 June) 690 € 200 690 € 200 790 € 100 890 € 15% Discount for Government Representatives and Academics. (Subject to approval, identification required) Associations and Partners Discounts Special discounts have been arranged with associations and partners. If a discount code is given to you, please enter it online or contact us at +65 6243 0050. Discounts cannot be combined. All discounts are subject to approval. Identification stating company name will be required. REGISTER ONLINE: www.energystorageforum.com/register-now/Delegates are responsible for the arrangement and payment of their own travel and accommodation.The Energy Storage Forum hasarranged a special room rate at the Hotel Quirinale where the conference will take place. If you wish to book a room, please emailemily@energystorageforum.com to obtain the online booking link.FORUM VENUEHotel QuirinaleVia Nazionale, 700184 Rome, ItalyTel: +39 06 4707804www.hotelquirinale.itThe Hotel Quirinale was founded near Via Veneto in 1865. Predating the Rome Opera house by a couple of years the two buildings are connectedby a charming passage through a glorious inner garden. A sense of timeless history is almost physically tangible.The location of the Hotel Quirinale in the heart of the Via Nazionale district is so perfectly convenient that it deserves special mention. Only35 km from Leonardo da Vinci Airport, the airport train disembarks 400 m from the hotel at the Termini Railway Station. Metro and Bus stationsare adjacent to the hotel. The hotel lies between the Trevi Fountain, the Piazza Repubblica and the Piazza Venezia. It is also close to Via Venetoand the Spanish Steps. Piazza della Repubblica, the baths of Diocletian, the National museum and many wonderful churches including Santa Mariadegli Angeli are all within 10 minutes walking distance.TERMS & CONDITIONS CANCELLATION/SUBSTITUTIONPAYMENT INFORMATION Should you be unable to attend, a substitute from the same company is always welcomed atThe easiest way to pay is online at www.energystorageforum.com, should you no extra charge. Alternatively we can make a refund less a service charge of 10% of the fee forwish to pay with a different method please email emily@energystorageforum.com cancellation received in writing (email or fax) no later than 4 May 2012. Where notice is givenor fax your details to us. between 4 and 18 May, refunds will be of 30% of the fee. 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Please treat Occasionally your details may be obtained from, or made available to, external companies whothe invoice as the ticket to entry. No VAT (IVA) will be charged to the prices listed. wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish to receive these offers, please email database@energystorageforum.com or call +65 6243 0050.Dufresne Private Ltd holds the right to entry, identification required.Produced by Dufresne Private Ltd 190 Middle Road 10-08 Singapore 188979 Co. Reg. No. 200809512C © copyright Energy Storage Forum (Dufresne Private Ltd) 2012call: +44 20 84 32 98 96 (London) www.energystorageforum.com email: emily@energystorageforum.com

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