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SMi's Distributed Energy Storage conference returns to London this June

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  • Distributed Energy Storage 2013 Supporting the developments of energy storage SMi present their 2nd annual conference... 17TH-18TH JUNE 2013 I COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL I LONDON, UK SPEAKER PANEL INCLUDES • Alistair Steels, R&D Project Manager, Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution • Karima Boukir, Energy Management & Future Grids, EDF Energy • Dr Stewart Norman, Storage Programme Manager, BY E.ON New Build and Technology BOOK TO RUARY 8TH FEB 30 0 SAVE £BY 2 • Chris Thompson, Project Delivery Manager for the Customer-Led Network Revolution Project, Northern Powergrid BOOK ARCH TO 28TH M 100 • Sally Fenton, Project Leader, Innovation Delivery, SAVE £ Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) • Denis O’Leary, Head of Smart Energy Technology, ESB • Keith Maclean, Future Networks and Policy Manager Scottish and Southern Energy • Graham Taylor, Senior Commercial Analyst, National Grid • Nick Heyward, Commercial Manager, Future Networks UK Power Networks • Mo Cloonan, Head of Development, Community Energy Scotland • David Green, Founder / CEO, EcoIsland Partnership CIC • Anthony Price, Director, The Electricity Storage Network Developing the potential of microgeneration and domestic energy storage for the smart grid WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND PLUS AN INTERACTIVE HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPwww.distributed-energy-storage.com • Evaluate current methods and strategies that are being developed in ongoing pilot projects Sponsored by • Discuss challenges and solutions to technological issues • Learn about how disruptive DES technology is on the national grid • Network with key industry professionals from across the globe • Analyse the current status of the DES market and what are the current government incentives for this new technology 8.30 - 12.30 | 19TH JUNE 2013 | COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL | LONDON, UK Hosted by: David Sowden, Chief Executive, MicropowerRegister online and receive full information on all of SMi’s conferencesAlternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711
  • DAY ONE I MONDAY 17TH JUNE Distributed Energy Storage 20138:30 Registration & Coffee 1.30 Integrating Electrical Energy Storage into a DNOs Smart Grid Toolbox9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks • Challenges and benefits of a full tendered procurement process Neal Wade, Lecturer, Energy Group, Durham University • Network locations of storage devices on the CLNR project • Early insights from the installation and commissioning of six POLICY AND MARKETS storage devices • Operating storage within a group of integrated network field trials OPENING ADDRESS Chris Thompson, Project Delivery Manager, Customer-Led Network9.10 Developments in Energy Storage Innovation Revolution, Northern Powergrid • Overview of UK energy storage & storage innovation needs • Meeting the need for flexible electricity 2.10 Eco Island- Energy Storage • Updates from the DECC Energy Storage Innovation Programme • Storing energy on a self sustaining Island • Future outlook • The role of hydrogen storage Sally Fenton, Project Leader, Innovation Delivery, • Hybrid battery technology Department of Energy and Climate Change • Creating a precedent for the future- What are the challenges in DES (Distributed Energy Storage)9.50 Challenges in Policy Faced by Utilities David Green, CEO and Founder Ecoisland Partnership, Eco Island • Joining up the fragmented business cases 2.50 Development of Community Scale Integrated Energy Storage • Developing appropriate regulatory and market models Systems • Developing supporting infrastructure • Community Energy Development overview • Recognising reward for duration • Integrating local energy generation and local energy use Keith MacLean, Policy and Research Director, Scottish and Southern • Trial projects and areas of active community research Energy • Support requirements for community scale activity Mo Cloonan, Head of development, Community Energy Scotland10.30 Morning Coffee 3.30 Afternoon Tea11.00 Commercial and Regulatory Frameworks for Engaging Consumers • Drivers for the take-up of microgeneration technologies 4.00 Smart Region Pellworm - Distributed Hybrid Storage Deployment • Potential for domestic energy storage in Regions with High Share of Renewable Energy • Developing commercial incentives for demand side response, load • Outline of ‘smart-grid’ project Pellworm shifting and storage Register online at www.distributed-energy-storage.com • Alternativel • Focus on integration of renewable power • Monetising national and local network benefits of smart building • Development of hybrid storage options opportunities • Investigation of different storage technologies and scales • Regulatory frameworks as a key enabler • Implementation of storage systems into the smart grid David Sowden, Chief Executive, Micropowerer Stuart Norman, Storage Programme Manager, E.ON New Build & Technology PROJECT UPDATES 4.50 Smarter Network Storage - Maximising the Whole System Value11.40 Value of Load Shifting for UK Networks by 2015-2035 Assessing the of Grid-Scale Storage, Through Smarter Commercial and Economic Value of DSP (Demand Side Participation) in the UK Operating Models • Valuation - Methodology & Results • Business case challenges for distribution-network connected • Value sensitivity against wind penetration and demand flexibility storage potential • Improving the economics of storage • Impact of a global system optimisation on the network distribution • Smarter Network Storage Demonstrations Karima Boukir, Director, Management of Intermittent Nick Heyward, Commercial Manager, Future Networks, Renewable Energies, EDF Energy Powerlink UK Power Networks12.20 Networking Lunch 5.20 Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day One Sponsored by S&C Electric Energy Storage Systems With the growth of renewable energy generation and the imperative to reduce carbon emissions, the need for large-scale energy storage has never been greater. But few companies offer much experience in designing and deploying energy storage systems that can meet these objectives. S&C Electric is a leader at integrating energy storage into the grid, drawing on real-world expertise to provide solutions and advice from the earliest stages of project evaluation and design to system commissioning and life- cycle maintenance. S&C Electric energy storage systems use S&C’s field-proven power electronics technology to provide rapid response to changing system conditions. For information please visit www.sandc.com
  • DAY TWO I TUESDAY 18TH JUNE Distributed Energy Storage 2013 8.30 Registration & Coffee 1.00 Networking Lunch 9.00 Chairmans Opening Remarks Jonathan Radcliffe, Head, Analysis Team, Energy Research 2.00 Energy Storage Partnership • Impact of intermittent renewables (particularly wind) • Electric Vehicles BREAKTHROUGHS AND SOLUTIONS • Smart Storage Heaters OPENING ADDRESS • Large scale storage - economics and market issues 9.10 Exploration of Energy Storage from a Transmission Balancing Denis OLeary, Head of Smart Energy Technologies, ESB Holistic Perspective • Needs, roles and opportunities from Grid perspective. For example, solving frequency Implications from growth of low 2.40 State of Practice of Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) in the inertia generation plant in plant fleet. Will storage provide the United States and the World counterbalance? • Earth based geological structures are the only option to service • Short term or long term storage cycle: minutes, hours or days? as air storage vessels for bulk energy CAES facilities. • Making the money machine work. Industry roles are fragmented: Although storage may be a good holistic technical • Earth based structures suitable for service as air storage vessels solution, is there a commercial linkage between the problem and include 1) solution mined salt cavities, 2) excavated mine solution? cavities, 3) aquifer-water bearing geologic structures, and 4) Graham Taylor, Senior Commercial Analyst, National Grid Plc depleted natural gas reservoirs 9.50 Storage on the Demand Side: Does Distributed Storage Compete • Hydrodynamics is currently developing CAES in depleted natural with Demand Side Response gas fields in California and Nebraska, and an aquifer storage • The role of storage and DSR as part of system balancing • Distribution networks and power flows field in California • Comparing the benefits of storage and DSR • Hydrodynamics numerical modelling analysis of CAES in Jill Cainey, Research Scientist, Swanbarton depleted natural gas fields confirm the technical feasibility of this air storage system 10.30 Morning Coffee Michael King, Principal, Hydrodynamics 11.00 Developing the Business Model for Electricity Storage Development 3.00 Afternoon Tea • Technology developers’ perspectives • The need for demonstrating large scale energy storage – national and international issues 3.30 Supporting Innovation and Deployment of Distributed Energy • Commercial and regulatory requirements for energy storage Storage business models • The role for distributed energy storage Anthony Price, Director, The Electricity Storage Network • Technology push: research and developmently fax your registration to +44 (0)870 9090 712 or call +44 (0)870 9090 711 11.40 Energy Storage in the GB Distribution System: Progress and • In the middle: demonstrating and learning Challenges • Market pull: regulatory and policy frameworks • Progress of energy storage deployments • Integration of energy storage in the Smart Grid • International links: collaborations and lessons • Markets for energy storage Jonathan Radcliffe, Head, Analysis Team, • Regulation for energy storage Energy Research Partnership Neal Wade, Lecturer, Energy Group, Durham University SMis Pharmaceutical - Initial proving / G59/2 acceptance / efficiency Forward Planner 2012 12.20 Scottish and Southern Electric Case Studies 4.10 Flexibility Analysis of Several Storage Types on Distribution Grid • Orkney Storage Park Level and Battery Lifecycle Behaviour - Brief overview of the project 2MW system • Results of life cycle tests on batteries for self-consumption in - Discussion on whether a DNO should own a storage device - Details of the commercial contract houses - Operation - Initial summary of performance • Lab test results of an active controlled heat pump (smart grid • LV Connected Batteries communication) with heat storage to optimally integrate - Overview 3 x 25kW units - What benefits can storage connected at LV potentially provide to a DNO? renewable energy - Installation - How and where the storage was located • Flexibility assessment of energy technology concepts with - Commissioning storage on distribution grid level calculations Grietus Mulder, Expert Smart Grids and Electricity Storage, Vito - Operation - Real time data to define benefits case Alistair Steele, R&D Project Manager, Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution 4.50 Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day Two Supported by Want to know how to get involved? Interested in promoting your services to this market? Contact Cathy Bishop, SMi Marketing on +44 (0) 20 7827 6134 or email: cbishop@smi-online.co.uk
  • Developing the potential ofmicrogeneration and domestic energy storage for the smart grid HALF DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 8.30 – 12.30 I WEDNESDAY 19TH JUNE 2013 COPTHORNE TARA HOTEL I LONDON, UKIn association with:Overview of workshopGovernment is supporting the increased uptake of smallscale localised heat and power production, in the movetowards a ‘smarter grid’ and helping the UK to meet itsrenewable and carbon targets. Domestic space heating isalso the single largest contributor to the UK’s carbonemissions from heat. This workshop will examine the roleof microgeneration technologies and domestic energystorage to meeting these targets, and what measures willbe required to fulfil their potential.Why you should attend:• Learn about microgeneration and domestic energy storage technologies• Discuss their contribution to the development of smart grids• Understand barriers to their deployment• Develop ideas on consumer engagement / behavioural change• Discuss role of commercial incentivesProgramme:8.30 Registration and Coffee9:10 Session 1 – Smart grids from demonstration to commercialisation • Potential of microgeneration technologies • Domestic energy storage • Case for a strong political narrative • Promoting consumer engagement10:30 Morning Coffee11:00 Session 2 – Developing regulatory and commercial frameworks • Current market status for integrating microgeneration and domestic energy storage • Maximising consumer engagement and behavioural change • Commercial incentives for demand side response, load shifting and storage required • Monetising national and local network benefits of smart building opportunities • Regulatory barriers and next steps12:30 End of workshopAbout the workshop host: Dave Sowden is an experienced director in regulatory and public affairs with over two decades of experience in the energy industry and an outstanding track record in obtaining changes in UK and EU legislation and regulation. He is a sustainable energy expert and has had a pivotal role across a number of years in shaping key aspects of UK energy policy, especially in the energyefficiency, heating, and microgeneration sectors. He founded and isChief Executive of the Micropower Council, an industry body thatbrings together utilities, manufacturers, retailers, installers and tradeassociations with the aim of promoting microgeneration technologies,and which has been the driving force behind significant changes in thelaw, government policies and regulation to further the interests of themicrogeneration sector in the UK. His a Partner in a successfulspecialist consultancy business Ecuity Consulting LLP, whichprovides highly tailored strategy, policy and regulatory advice to aAbout Micro Powerwide range of blue chip companies and SMEs in the sustainableenergy sector, helping them to understand and shape the alignmentbetween their commercial interests and the regulatory framework.The Micropower Council represents companies and organisationsactive in the microgeneration sector and campaigns on their behalffor a genuine mass market for small scale, low and zero carbonelectricity and heat generating technologies. Micropower Councilmembers include manufacturers and installers of microgenerationtechnologies as well as energy suppliers and other trade associationsactive in the sector. We act as the industrys main contact point forgovernment, opinion formers, the press, and the public.
  • SMi Utilities Forward Planner FEBRUARY M2M Telematics: Fleet Management & Usage Based Insurance 20 & 21 February 2013 London, United Kingdom MARCH European Smart Grid Cyber and SCADA Security 11 & 12 March 2013 London, United Kingdom APRIL Social Media in the Utilities Sector 15 & 16 April 2013 London, United Kingdom JUNE European Demand Response and Dynamic Pricing 24 & 25 June 2013 London, United KingdomSPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITIONOPPORTUNITIESSMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertisingand branding packages, uniquely tailored tocomplement your companys marketingstrategy. Should you wish to join the increasingnumber of companies benefiting from promotingtheir business at our conferences please call:Shipra Sandhya, SMi Sponsorship on+44 (0)20 7827 6148 oremail: ssandhya@smi-online.co.uk
  • Distributed Energy Storage 2013 4 WAYS TO REGISTER www.distributed-energy-storage.comFAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, 2nd Floor South,PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 CONFERENCE PRICES Conference: Monday 17th & Tuesday 18th June 2013, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London, UK Workshops: Wednesday 19th June 2013, London EARLY BIRD □ Book by 28th February to receive £300 off the conference price Harling House, 47-51 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0BS DISCOUNT □ Book by 28th March to receive £100 off the conference priceDELEGATE DETAILS I would like to attend: (Please tick as appropriate) Fee Total PUBLIC SECTOR AND ACADEMICS □ Conference & Workshop £1498.00 + VAT £1797.60 □ Conference only £899.00 +VAT £1078.80 □ Workshop only £599.00 + VAT £718.80 VENUE Commercial OrganisationsUnique Reference Number □ Conference & Workshop £2098.00 +VAT £2517.60Our Reference U-018 □ Conference only £1499.00 +VAT £1798.80 DOCUMENTATION □ Workshop only £599.00 +VAT £718.80 PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE DISTRIBUTIONTitle: Forename: □ Distribution of your company’s promotional literature to all conference attendees £999.00 + VAT £1198.80Surname: The conference fee includes refreshments, lunch, conference papers and accessJob Title: to the Document Portal containing all of the presentations.Department/Division: □ Please contact me to book my hotelCompany/Organisation:Please complete fully and clearly in capital letters. 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If payment has not been received then credit card details willbe requested and payment taken before entry to the event. Bookings within 7 days of event require paymenton booking. Access to the Document Portal will not be given until payment has been received. Card Billing Address (If different from above):Substitutions/Name Changes: If you are unable to attend you may nominate, in writing, another delegate totake your place at any time prior to the start of the event. Two or more delegates may not ‘share’ a place atan event. Please make separate bookings for each delegate.Cancellation: If you wish to cancel your attendance at an event and you are unable to send a substitute, thenwe will refund/credit 50% of the due fee less a £50 administration charge, providing that cancellation is madein writing and received at least 28 days prior to the start of the event. Regretfully cancellation after this timecannot be accepted. 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