4 Conferences with One Ticket

July 20–21 + 22, 2021, ICM Munich

Want to get to know the rules of the new energy world? Meet the most important players in the energy industry? Or learn more about the moves being made in the international markets?

Then travel to Munich for The smarter E Europe – the innovation hub for new energy solutions.

With just one ticket, you can visit four conferences under a single roof on July 20–21, 2021 and learn about all the aspects of a decentralized, digital and renewable power supply. In addition, you can attend the Green Hydrogen Conference on July 22, 2021.

Conference Quick Facts

Date

July 20–21, 2021

Opening Hours

9:00am–6:00pm

Venue

ICM - Internationales Congress Center München
Messe München
81823 Munich, Germany

Attendees & Speaker 1,800 expected (Intersolar Europe Conference, ees Europe Conference, Power2Drive Europe Conference, EM-Power Europe Conference, Side Events)

Four Events Under One Roof

At the four conferences of The smarter E Europe you can inform yourself about all facets of the new energy world and discuss with leading experts of the energy industry. Topics include for example the decentralization, digitalization and sector coupling of energy supply, technological trends in photovoltaics and energy storage, and the newest charging technologies for electric vehicles.

Intersolar Europe Conference

Find out today what wil be happening in solar tomorrow.

The trend is evident: solar is booming worldwide. The market dynamics are fast-paced, costs continue to tumble, and the entire sector is becoming more professional. What is the impact for the industry? Which entities are driving the trends? Which markets will be most relevant in the future? Which business models will succeed? What role do financing, digital transformation and innovative technologies play in making photovoltaics competitive? Find answers at the Intersolar Europe Conference.

Intersolar Europe Conference

ees Europe Conference and Green Hydrogen Conference

Work today to build the foundations for tomorrow.

Stationary energy storage is fast growing in importance at every point in the energy supply chain. Likewise, eMobility is gaining traction worldwide. The greater need for both is fuelling demand for storage facilities and grid connectivity.

Where are the most promising markets for stationary and mobile energy storage? Which financing schemes are being applied and what are viable innovative ways of funding? Which players are defining industry best practice with transferable business models? Which quality standards must be met and what is the role of energy storage in the perspective of sector coupling? What are the trends and innovations for hydrogen technology and power-to-gas?

Find answers at the ees Europe Conference and Green Hydrogen Conference.

ees Europe Conference

Green Hydrogen

Power2Drive Europe Conference

Full speed ahead for innovation eMobility.

Electric vehicles that run on solar or wind power are key to developing a new model of mobility worldwide that is both climate-friendly and sustainable. But for e-mobility to prevail, there is one imperative that stands out above all the rest: the need for charging infrastructure with full geographic coverage.

How is this infrastructure developing worldwide? Which markets are most promising? Which business and billing models are moving the industry forward? What are the regulatory frameworks and how can grid integration succeed?

Find answers at the Power2Drive Europe Conference.

Power2Drive Europe Conference

EM-Power Europe Conference

Simply smart.

EM-Power Europe is more than just an exhibition. Accompanying its expansion to include smart grids and the integration of renewable energies, grid infrastructure and system services, EM-Power Europe will now feature its own conference for the very first time. On Tuesday, July 20, and Wednesday, July 21, 2021, renowned experts will shed light on the latest developments in these dynamic markets.

The first conference day is centered around the power grids of the future: smart grids. The first session covers PV power plants and yield forecasts in conjunction with smart grids, followed by a second session on the function of utility-scale storage systems. The third session looks at the interaction between e-mobility, charging infrastructure and vehicle-to-grid with the power grid of the future.

The second conference day focuses on sector coupling and energy management in microgrids and districts, as well as virtual power plants. Other central topics include demand side management and marketing flexibility options over energy trading platforms to improve the integration of renewable energies in the existing power grids.

EM-Power Europe Conference

Green Hydrogen Conference

Additionally, the Green Hydrogen Conference will take place on Thursday, July 22. A separate ticket is required to attend the Green Hydrogen Conference. For participants in the four conferences from July 20–21 a discount is available.