ees India – India’s leading electrical energy storage exhibition

ees India is India’s leading electrical energy storage exhibition. After three years as focus topic of Intersolar India, ees India celebrated its debut as autonomous exhibition in 2019. The event will be held in parallel to Intersolar and Power2Drive India taking place in Gandhinagar in December 2021. ees India will focus on batteries, electrical energy storage technologies and systems attracting investors, utilities, installers, manufacturers and project developers from all over the world. It belongs to the exhibition trio The smarter E India – India’s innovation hub for the new energy world.

 

ees India: Quick Facts

DateDecember 2–4, 2021
Parallel ExhibitionsIntersolar India, Power2Drive India
Visitors11,000
Exhibitorsees India: 35
The smarter E India: 200

 

ees Exhibitor and Visitor Profile

Exhibitor Profile

  • Battery cell producers
  • Rechargeable battery manufacturers
  • Energy storage system suppliers
  • Distributors
  • Service providers
  • Project developers/EPC companies
  • Battery system integrators
  • Research institutes
  • Test institutes for batteries, test equipment manufacturers
  • Battery production technologies & materials
  • Fuel cell manufacturers
 

Visitor Profile

  • Planners, installers and systems integrators/EPCs for batteries and energy storage systems
  • Large-scale distributors
  • Utilities, municipal utilities
  • Grid operators
  • Towns, local authorities and public institutions
  • Energy trading company operators from renewable energy plants
  • Suppliers to battery manufacturers
  • Planners and operators of UPS and back-up power systems
  • Manufacturers, distributors and systems providers from the battery and energy storage industry
  • Manufacturers, distributors and systems providers working in the renewable energy sector
 

 

The energy storage market in India is promising

The global electrical energy storage market is forecasted to double six times between 2016 and 2030. India together with USA and Japan is predicted to install 50% of energy storage systems by 2030 according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. India's policy to have 100% EVs by 2030 alone can create a $300 billion market for EV batteries in India according a study conducted by the Niti Aayog and Rocky Mountain Institute.

The India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) has estimated over 70 GW and 200 GWh of energy storage opportunity in India by 2022, which is one of the highest in the world. Out of 70 GW, over 35 GW of demand is expected from newer applications like solar integration or electric vehicles, hence there is a sizable opportunity for advanced storage technologies in the new applications. Sales of battery based energy storage receives a boost through-out the country through the lack of reliable grid power, growth in sales of electric rickshaws (e-trikes) and integration of solar PV.

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