About ESBE

The Energy Storage Building Efficiency Conference

WHERE

Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center
Warren, Ohio

WHEN

Monday & Tuesday
September 23rd – 24th, 2019


New Era of Tech Companies

Energy storage is becoming more flexible and dynamic through the Internet of Things and smarter material solutions.

Energy storage systems require evolving resilient technological approaches for managing power supply in order to bring cost savings to utilities and consumers. ESBE is the conference for energy storage for delivering on-demand service and energy efficiency advancements through materials. Meet fuel cell, lighting, building materials, and other startups and manufacturers in one place.


Top Executives & Start Up Talent

Drawing top Midwest and Appalachian energy technology leaders and manufacturers to learn and do business.

ESBE is a conference for manufacturers, utilities, investors, entrepreneurs, academia, think tanks, and others across Ohio, the Midwest, and Appalachia. Meet startups building platforms for energy efficiency, sensor deployment, battery storage, conductive materials, and more. Metal, plastics, consumer goods, and other manufacturers along with investors and public finance specialists will share best practices and connect to new technologies.


Conference Schedule

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  • Day 1

    Monday, September 23rd 2019

  • Registration for Tuesday afternoon Executive 1 on 1's available.
    Where
    TBEIC: 125 W Market Street, Warren, OH

  • Join us for opening remarks, dinner, tours, activities, and much more. Registration for Tuesday afternoon Executive 1 on 1's available.
    Where
    TBEIC

  • Day 2

    Tuesday, September 24th 2019

  • Click HERE for Keynote only tickets.

  • Registration for afternoon Executive 1 on 1's available at main registration.
    Where
    TBEIC

  • Is Solar right for your building? For your microgrid? For your community? For your utility?
    Where
    Union Square Tower: 106 E Market ST

  • Here we will explore the critical role fuel cells play when hydrogen is used for energy storage. We will also discuss their advantages when used in a microgrid setting.
    Where
    Best Western Park Hotel Conference Center: 136 N Park Ave

  • Learn about a variety of new technologies that might be implemented in your building to improve efficiency and save energy, including novel controls enabled by IOT.
    Where
    The Raymond John Wean Foundation: 147 W Market ST

  • A review of appropriate battery technologies current and future.
    Where
    Union Square Tower: 106 E Market ST

  • Where do microgrids make sense? How do they fit with district energy systems? Who is doing it and why?
    Where
    Best Western Park Hotel Conference Center: 136 N Park Ave

  • Enjoy a lunch of local specialities. Sign-up for 1 on 1's will occur at registration.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall: 1703 Mahoning Ave

  • Discussion moderated by Ted Theofrastous, Chief Innovation Officer for TBEIC. A review of private and government funding available to finance your storage or efficiency project.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall

  • A discussion of what is on the horizon and beyond for NASA. From how companies can interact with the center, to commercializing NASA licensed Technologies.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall

  • Mike Stacey is the Founder of Smartshade and is now a consultant for KPMG focusing on energy storage, electric vehicles and transportation autonomy. His talk will focus on lessons learned from founding an energy company in different cities across the country to what he advises his large clients at KPMG.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall: 1703 Mahoning Ave

  • Klaus-Markus will be Interviewed by Rachel Abbey McCafferty of Crain's and will discuss his experience as an engineer to create products of value, not only in the marketplace, but in the community.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall: 1703 Mahoning Ave

  • Appetizers provided.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall: 1703 Mahoning Ave

  • Why companies want to build and sell electric vehicles and efficiency solutions in the Mahoning Valley - Tesla, Lordstown Motors, and Hyperion Motors. This powerful group will be Interviewed By Dan Moulthrop of City Club of Cleveland.
    Where
    Packard Music Hall: 1703 Mahoning Ave

  • Enjoy local wine, beer and crafted cocktails, a delicious buffet and live mob-era jazz while enjoying the opportunity to tour this exclusive collection of cars that defined innovation in the early 20th century.
    Where
    National Packard Museum: 1899 Mahoning Ave

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Location

Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center
125 West Market St.
Warren, Ohio 44481

The Tech Belt Energy Innovation Center (TBEIC) is a federally-funded center aimed at the development and commercialization of early stage energy technologies.

 

Looking for more information or wish to contact us?
Please email ESBE@tbeic.org

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