Energy Storage North America 2015 Announces Full Program - Early Bird Ends 7/31

Most comprehensive energy storage-focused program content ever assembled

BERKELEY, Calif., July 30, 2015 -- Energy Storage North America (ESNA), the most influential gathering of policy, technology and market leaders in energy storage, has finalized its conference content and speakers - representing the most comprehensive energy storage-focused program content ever assembled for one event.


Over 120 expert speakers from around the world will provide industry insight and perspective in 40-plus keynote and panel sessions across six storage-focused conference tracks: Distributed Storage, Hot Markets, Utility, Finance, Grid Services and Technology. These concurrent tracks will offer attendees a deep dive into market structures and trends; the investors, policies and technologies powering them; and the many opportunities to integrate storage on the grid.

ESNA 2015 also features ten in-depth workshops available free of charge for registered conference delegates. In addition, attendees can take advantage of one of four optional local site tours, where they will get an up-close look at energy storage technologies being used in innovative and profitable applications.

"This year's ESNA will provide attendees with the most complete, up-to-the-minute energy storage content, reflecting the dynamic, ongoing expansion of our industry," said Janice Lin, Managing Partner of Strategen Consulting and ESNA 2015 Conference Chair. "We've put together a program with something for every stakeholder - developers, regulators, investors, suppliers - with a strong emphasis on utility programs, practices, and procurements. Utilities are at the epicenter of today's storage industry and will be well represented among our speakers, exhibitors and attendees."

With expected attendance of 2,500 storage professionals from more than 650 organizations, the 2015 ESNA Conference and Expo will provide in-depth insights and discussions, along with extensive networking and deal-making opportunities. The event will also recognize industry excellence with the 2015 ESNA Innovation and Champion Awards for outstanding storage projects and industry leadership.

The Energy Storage North America 2015 Conference and Expo takes place October 13-15, 2015, in San Diego, California. For more information on the conference program and other activities, or to register, visit www.esnaexpo.com.

About Energy Storage North America
ESNA is North America's largest energy storage conference and exposition, recognized and recommended for its focus on projects, customers, and deal making. Last year, ESNA more than doubled in size from its inaugural event in 2013, with over 1,500 attendees from 26 countries coming together to learn, strategize, and shape the market for storage in North America. ESNA is part of the Energy Storage World conference series, which also includes Energy Storage Europe, Energy Storage China, Energy Storage India, and Energy Storage Summit Japan. ESNA is produced by Messe Düsseldorf in association with Strategen Consulting and the California Energy Storage Alliance.

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