On Friday July 7, we had an engaging workshop where industry leaders and university experts came together to discuss the current state and future trends of stationary battery energy storage systems in Germany. Featured speakers included The Mobility House GmbH, Bayernwerk Natur GmbH, TenneT TSO GmbH, ECO STOR GmbH and Sonnen GmbH.
The workshop provided a platform for thought-provoking discussions on the technical and regulatory challenges surrounding battery energy storage. Sharing insights between academia and industry helped us gain a comprehensive understanding of the field and bridge the gap between theory and practice.
The workshop was organized as part of the KI-M-Bat research project, which focuses on AI-driven methods to optimize the performance of modular battery systems in commercial and grid applications. The project is funded by the Bayerische Forschungsstiftung and carried out by TU München, Hochschule Kempten, Fenecon GmbH and STABL Energy GmbH.