Power company Eaton will be collaborating with contacts at partner Nissan and the Renewable Energy Association this week to run an event on the future of commercial and residential energy storage and the role this will play in ensuring a sustainable energy future for both the UK and Europe on a wider scale.
Taking place on Thursday, May 4, at Manchester City’s London offices in King’s Cross to celebrate Eaton’s partnership with Man City, the event will consider how businesses and homes could make more of energy storage technology to tap into renewables to a greater extent, while taking control of their energy usage.
The programme includes:
- A discussion with Nina Skorupska, chief executive of the Renewable Energy Association, on the future of commercial and residential energy storage technology and how this is set to impact the UK’s use of renewables/carbon emissions targets
- Opening remarks from Nissan, including an overview of its partnership with Eaton and why recycling car batteries to create this energy storage technology plays a key part in the creation of a circular economy
- Representatives from Manchester City who will discuss the club’s current vision for meeting sustainability targets
- Breakout roundtables on the economics of energy storage post-Brexit
- A discussion on the commercialisation strategy for Eaton’s xStorage product in the UK