The market potential for electrical energy storage in India is expected to be tremendous in the future – expecially driven by incoming policies for the e-mobility industry. With the great success and support of ees Europe, Europe’s largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage, ees India becomes the most powerful energy storage exhibition in India. The exhibition is the industry hotspot for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and users of stationary electrical energy storage solutions. Covering the entire value chain of innovative battery and energy storage technologies – from components and production to specific user applications.
The global electrical energy storage (ees) 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 accroding to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Read more
Industry experts expect the storage market to be worth billions of dollars within just a few years. Storage systems are most profitable in countries with favorable conditions for self consumption.
India's policy to have 100 Percent 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. Read more
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. Read more
With the Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy 2017, the government of Karnataka is the first state to launch a specific EV and energy storage policy. Karnataka intends to make Bangalore the Electric Vehicle Capital of India and hub for EV and Energy Storage production. The government will create charging infrastructure by subsidizing charging and battery swapping stations. Around $4,8 billion are expected to be poured into e-vehicle manufacturing and 55,000 jobs are expected to be created. Read more
With the exclusive location of the exhibition and conference in Bangalore, the pioneer for EV and energy storage technologiers and the capital city of the No 1 Solar State in India, ees India will globally attract powerful buying power for electrical energy storage innovations. The event accounted around 50 companies showcasing electrical energy storage solutions in 2017, and plans to double the exhibition space with energy storage and electric mobility solutions at the special exhibitions ees and Power2Drive India in 2018.
Intersolar India supports start ups with a special pavilion booth package and additional free of charge marketing opportunities. We help start-ups to succeed and become large and influential by meeting the right customers and potential investors at the exhibition floor and at the Buyer Seller Forum. Contact us to receive more information!
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