ESNA 2017 | August 8 - 10, 2017 in San Diego, California

Reasons to Attend ESNA 2017

Energy Storage North America (ESNA) is the largest conference and expo for grid-connected energy storage in North America.

ESNA 2017 will include energy storage site tours, networking, workshops, and learning sessions featuring the leading policymakers, utilities, and commercial and industrial customers focused on building the grid of the future. Participants will learn firsthand about the key use cases, successful implementations and potential risks in a fast-growing industry in the United States, Australia, Canada, China and Mexico.

Network with over 1,900 energy storage stakeholders through one on one meetings, roundtable discussions, workshops with interactive discussions, intimate receptions for international attendees, utilities and women in the storage industry, and an evening of dining and dancing along the San Diego coast.

The ROI of Attending Energy Storage North America

The ROI of Attending Energy Storage North America

How do you determine the ROI of your ESNA conference pass -- not to mention the travel, hotel and time away from other work? Here, we help you break down the value of attending ESNA, which ranges from gaining a pulse on what’s coming down the pipeline, to making deep connections with potential partners and customers, to generating visibility for yourself and your company within the industry.

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WHAT’S NEW FOR THE 5TH YEAR OF ESNA?

Our 2017 program highlights successful energy storage projects and policies throughout North America, and focuses on the key steps needed to deploy storage more widely across the electric power system to build a more reliable, efficient and affordable power grid.

ESNA will host its first ever Global Grid Transformation Track - a full day of insightful programming to enhance collaboration between global energy policy leaders. Delegations from China, Mexico, and Australia will come together with policymakers and companies from across the United States to exchange ideas, network and brainstorm key challenges, with a focus on promoting a decarbonized, resilient and affordable power grid.

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Who Attends Energy Storage North America?

Investor-owned and publicly-owned utilities

Arizona Public Service, Consolidated Edison, Duke Energy Florida Power and Light, Kaua’i Island Utility Cooperative, Ontario Power Generation, Pacific Gas & Electric, Portland General Electric, Sacramento Municipal Utility District, San Diego Gas & Electric, Seattle City Light, Singapore Power, Southern California Edison, Tucson Electric Power, Xcel Energy, Luminant, Puget Sound Energy, National Grid, Consolidated Edison, Singapore Power

Commercial and industrial customers

Walmart, Courtyard by Marriott, San Diego International Airport, Apple, Kroc Center, Precision Inc.

Energy storage developers, manufacturers and systems integrators

Green Charge Networks, Stem, Yuasa Battery Inc., Younicos, NRG Energy, Ideal Power, EnerSys, Sharp Smart Storage, Alevo, LG Chem, Advanced Microgrid Solutions, ESS Inc., Greensmith Energy, Landis+Gyr, Sonnenbatterie, Primus Power, AES Corporation, Axiom Exergy, Ice Energy, Wellhead Electric, NEC Energy Solutions, Demand Energy, ChargePoint, Tesla, Aquion Energy, Stornetic, Emerson, Geli, DC Systems, S&C Electric Company, Amber Kinetics, Maxwell Technologies, Powin Energy, Invenergy, Customized Energy Solutions, PowerStream, Adara Power, Siemens, Sonomec Inc., Sumitomo Electric Industries, Toshiba, Sony, 3M, Mercedes-Benz, GE, Panasonic, Honda, Mitsubishi, Shell Energy

Renewable energy developers and systems integrators

Parker Hannifin, Current powered by GE, GE Power & Water, Tabuchi Electric, SunEdison, SunPower, CalCharge, ABB Group, Lockheed Martin, RES Americas, Sunverge Energy, Constellation Energy, Oztek Corporation, Johnson Controls, Enel Green Power, Schneider Electric, Black and Veatch, Girtz Industries, Terrajoule Corporation, EDF Renewable Energy, SolarCity, 8minutenergy, Doosan GridTech, Samsung SDI, Tetra Tech, Enphase Energy, DNV GL, SunSpec Alliance

Investors, financiers and attorneys

Bloomberg New Energy Finance, K & L Gates LLP, Macquarie Capital, Stoel Rives LLP, Wells Fargo, RWE New Ventures, Gordon & Rees LLP, Douglass & Liddell

Municipal governments

San Diego County Water Authority, Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency, Government of Alberta Canada,, US Navy, New York City Fire Department, California Independent System Operator, City of Anaheim, Electric Transmission Texas, City of San Francisco Department of the Environment, County of Alameda, City of San Diego

Federal and state policymakers and regulators

CA State Assembly, Arizona Corporation Commission, Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, Mexican Energy Regulatory Commission, California Public Utilities Commission, US DOE, DER Council of Hawaii, Hawaii State Senate

Key environmental, trade and research groups

American Energy Society, Rochester Institute of Technology, Women of Wind Energy, Women in Cleantech & Sustainability, Australian Energy Storage Alliance, Advanced Energy Economy, California Housing Partnership, BVES, Clean Energy Group Center for Sustainable Energy, Rocky Mountain Institute, Edison Electric Institute, EPRI, Sandia National Laboratories, NY-BEST, CESA

“ESNA was one of the best conferences I’ve been to in this industry. The customer attendance was great.”
- Current by GE
“This is definitely the ‘go-to’ energy storage event”
- Primus Power