28 - 29 March 2023

Sheraton Austin Hotel at the Capitol, Austin, Texas


Accelerating the Market for Energy Storage in the USA

Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors

After a massive year at the Energy Storage Summit USA, join us next year at the 5th edition in 2023 where we will be expanding in line with the increased opportunity across the renewable sector.

As the industry grows through a change in federal and local government policy, increased capital, and a need for grid resilience in geographies with high renewable penetration, can the necessary scale be met across the value chain to meet the USA’s decarbonization goals?

We will gather industry leaders across the sector to discuss a range of vital topics including the most lucrative states for storage and what the best route to market strategy is for your storage asset, changes needed in policy and infrastructure, as well as the effects of the supply crisis, disruptive technologies and much more.

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2022 Key Themes

The Evolution Of The Grid


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


US States


Attendees Expected


World Class Speakers


Decision Makers


All RTOs/ISOs Represented


Sponsors & Exhibitors

2022 Speakers Included

Vice President Grid Planning and Operations
Policy Director
California Energy Storage Alliance
Director, Business Development
Senior Consultant - Energy Storage
Storage Sector Manager
California ISO
Borrego Solar

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:

2022 Summit Breakdown

C-Suite, President, EVP & MD

Financiers, Bus. Dev, Consultants & Partners

Vice President

Technical Roles

2022 Attendees Included


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.

Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors & Partners

News & Blogs

There is still plenty of educating decision-makers on storage's place on the grid to do for US states to follow in the footsteps California and Texas.
Eos Energy Enterprises has entered a master supply agreement with energy developer Bridgelink.
From 10GW of battery storage expected to be deployed in the US over the next two years, more than 60% will be installed with solar PV.
Honeywell and Duke Energy will jointly develop and deliver microgrid solutions to US cities.
With Europe set to reach 789.2GWh of lithium-ion battery gigafactory production by 2030, what does the US need to do to keep up?
US utility-scale solar deployment is set to reach a record 22GW this year, with the technology accounting for almost half of the new generating capacity due to be added to the power grid from 2022 to 2023.