The ability to electrify the world’s transportation fleets in a cost-effective way is critically dependent on grid connected energy storage technologies. This year, ESNA will bring the power and transportation sectors together, expanding the energy storage conversation and creating maximum impact.
For the first time, ESNA is collaborating with CALSTART
, the nation’s leading advanced transportation technologies consortium, to help promote the 2018 theme of Energy Storage: Where the Future of Power and Transportation Meet.
ESNA is co-locating with the 2018 CALSTART Annual Symposium (Details Here).
CALSTART counts over 185 members, among them the largest OEMs in the automotive industry. The collaboration will create an unprecedented opportunity for developers, utility executives, energy users, fleet managers, auto manufacturers and suppliers, policy makers and other stakeholders to learn, network and exchange ideas.
The joint conference will be the largest showcase of grid energy storage technologies and applications in North America, and will highlight innovations in clean transportation technologies, policy and infrastructure.
CALSTART, North America’s leading clean transportation technologies and solutions consortium, serves as a catalyst for creating jobs, cleaning the air, reducing fuel consumption and mitigating the threat of climate change. CALSTART is an industry organization with more than 185 member companies
ranging from Tesla Motors to UPS to Caterpillar. Since its inception in 1992, CALSTART has helped develop and manage more than $500 million in clean transportation technology programs. The organization is headquartered in Pasadena, and has offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, San Joaquin Valley, Colorado, Michigan and New York. www.calstart.org