ees South America is South America’s Hot Spot for Batteries & Energy Storage Systems. It is part of the innovation Hub The smarter E South America and takes place in São Paulo, Brazil, on October 18–20, 2021. ees South America will be complemented by the special exhibition Power2Drive South America focusing on mobile energy storage solutions, electric vehicles and charging infrastructure technologies.
ees South America highlights energy storage solutions suited to support and complement energy systems with increasing amounts of renewable energy sources attracting investors, utilities, installers, manufacturers and project developers from all over the world. It will be held in parallel to Intersolar South America and Eletrotec+EM-Power South America.
With ees Europe in Munich, ees North America in Long Beach, ees South America in São Paulo and ees India in Mumbai, ees is represented on four continents.
Launching into a renewable, decentralized and digital energy world offers countless new prospects and potential for innovative formats. As a platform for the new energy world, The smarter E concentrates on sharing information on energy industry topics and providing a networking opportunity for global industry players – now with a number of additional digital formats such as podcasts, webinars, innovation days, etc.
Our regular webinars with industry experts offer a deep understanding of the latest trends in the new energy world and provide an overview of important research results and practical market figures. The smarter E Podcast entertains and informs, giving a voice to the players of the new energy world – anytime and anywhere. Digital conferences, seminars, Innovation Days and many other online events create a space for sharing knowledge, presenting brand new market solutions and forging new contacts using interactive networking tools.
South America offers one of the five highest solar potentials in the world. In the long-term, a high share of solar energy in the region, together with other renewable energy sources like hydro, wind and geothermal energy, will impose challenges on the power system. These challenges will be addressed with storage technologies, smart transmission systems and demand side management (DSM).
The high penetration of renewables that is envisaged in future power systems of South America will significantly increase the need for flexible operational measures and generation technologies, whose associated investment decisions have to be properly planned in the long-term. In Chile for example the electricity sector is already deploying battery storage as a spinning reserve. In the residential, commercial and industrial segments, the market players are looking for market-ready energy storage solutions.
With three parallel energy exhibitions and one special exhibition, The smarter E South America is LATAM's innovation hub for the new energy world. It takes a comprehensive
approach to the topics of the new energy world by presenting cross-sector energy solutions and technologies.
The smarter E South America brings together the following events: