ESSJ - Energy Storage Summit Japan - is an annual international event organized by Messe Duesseldorf Japan. We highly value the rising demand of energy storage from the standpoint of sustainable society.
The event was designed to match all manner of seekers and providers of energy storage, power infrastructure, and deep insights into the relevant economic climate. C-level executives from around the world account for about 60% of the total participants, hence great opportunities to have business meetings efficiently.
Speakers invited from world-famous institutes share their exclusive insights into energy storage and its future trends, thereby raising awareness of sustainable society sure-footedly. ESSJ is going to be the one-and-only event that helps you make headway in your business, projects, initiatives, distributed generation, DESS, CSR, BCP, etc.
(DESS/ Distributed Energy Storage System, CSR/ Corporate Social Responsibility, BCP/ Business Continuity Planning)
ESSJ 2016 advisory board members
Business leaders from around the world
About 60% of the attendees of ESSJ 2016 were high-level senior managers from multinational corporations such as the following.
• BASF • Dupont • GE • IHI • Kansai Electric Power
• Marubeni • Meiden • Mitsubishi Heavy • NEC • NGK
• Panasonic • Rittal • Siemens • Sony • TEPCO
• Trina Solar • Tokyo Gas • Younicos
• and many others
You can obtain digital documents regarding ESSJ 2016 here.
As the world’s population grows, so does the demand for energy. That is, proper energy management is integral to our society in the interest of sustainability. Especially, the need for energy storage (incl. distributed generation) has been on the increase exponentially. Such are the circumstances that we, as a business matchmaker, vow to continue ESSJ for a good cause. This year, the event will take place from 7 to 9 November in Shibuya Tokyo. Here, we are pleased to assure you that ESSJ will far exceed expectations this year on the strength of a shake-up.
The following are the topics of the ESSJ 2017 summit.
- Japan’s business climate regarding energy storage
- Successful business models
- Smart grid technologies and e-mobility
- Future visions about the world's energy storage industry