23 - 24 March 2022

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Austin, Texas

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Accelerating the Market for Energy Storage in the USA

Our 2022 Energy Storage Summit Sponsors

After a successful and engaging 3rd Annual Energy Storage Summit USA, we look forward to collaborating with the industry on US soil once again when we return for the 2022 event.

Key themes for 2022 include: Front of the Meter vs. Behind the Meter, Solar-Plus-Storage, Long-Duration Storage, Fire Safety, Policy Goals, Technology & Digitalisation, Revenue Streams and Financing Projects and more.

We look forward to reconvening and networking with the industry once again, to find out how the energy storage sphere has evolved and matured since we last met.

The Summit works with the entire value chain, where investors, developers, storage solution providers, ISOs/RTOs, aggregators, system integrators and software companies gather to discuss what is needed to help with the adoption of energy storage in the US industry.

2022 Key Themes

The Evolution Of The Grid

Finance

Maximizing Revenue Opportunities

The Unlocked Potential Of Long-Duration Storage

Looking Towards The Future, Market Forecasts

Policy And Regulatory Environment

Fire Safety And Risks

Technology, Innovation And Automation

Asset Management

Merchant Models

Tackling The Supply Chain Crisis

Grid Congestion And Deployment

2022 Energy Storage USA in Numbers

30+

Countries Represented

200+

Attendees Expected

50+

World Class Speakers

68%

Decision Makers

100%

All RTOs/ISOs Represented

20+

Sponsors & Exhibitors

2022 Speakers Include

Director of Storage and Grid Intelligence for Energy Systems
DNV
Senior Director
NTE Energy
Managing Director
CIT Group Inc
President
Shikun & Binui US Energy
Managing Director
MUFG
Director
Citigroup Commodities Trading

Who Attends

This Summit is designed for C-Level, Senior management, Project managers, consultants and key industry stakeholders from across the entire Energy Storage eco-system:

2021 Summit Breakdown

49%
C-Suite, President, EVP & MD

24%
Financiers, Bus. Dev, Consultants & Partners

15%
Vice President

12%
Technical Roles

2021 Attendees Included

Testimonials

The conference was very informative, entertaining a new and fast forward moving market. Speakers had a vast experience on the subject and were eager to learn and share their experience. Additionally, speakers could see the benefits of Energy Storage for future integration of renewables. – WEB Aruba NV
The gathering of key stakeholders involved with energy storage provides excellent insight to the importance of this area for renewable energy and the importance of storage as a long-term tool for steadily increasing the proportion of renewable energy in our overall energy portfolio. – Natural Resources Research Institute
Great experience to learn more not only about the latest developments in the storage sector, but also to identify some specific opportunities that are being developed and the trends that each of the different players are seeing for the near future. – North American Development Bank
The Energy Storage Summit Americas was a great opportunity to get a realistic view of the progress within the energy storage market and expand my network by meeting well informed and active participants throughout the industry. – Nautilus Management Resources Inc.

News & Blogs

The company behind what is claimed will be the largest lithium-ion battery recycling facility in North America intends to process as much material as it can from the energy storage system (ESS) industry. 
Solar developer Invenergy has partnered with US-based investment platform Lafayette Square to form a joint venture (JV) that will develop and operate PV plants primarily serving low- to moderate-income (LMI) communities and areas disproportionately affected by the clean energy transition.
Proposed net metering (NEM) rules in California that would add a US$8/kW per month grid access fee for residential solar systems have been described as “regressive and out of touch with reality” by a NEM policy expert.
California’s inclusion of US$380 million financial support for long-duration energy storage projects could “activate” up to 20 projects in the US state, which has a “tremendous need” for energy storage. 
Solar power will account for nearly half of utility-scale capacity additions in the US this year, according to new figures from the country’s Energy Information Administration (EIA).
LG Energy Solution will use proceeds from its initial public offering (IPO) this month to feed into growing the company’s manufacturing capacity significantly in Europe, the Americas and Asia.