Symposium 2018

INTELEC95 Energy Symposium 2018

Energy storage: where will we be in 20 years’ time?
Ouwehands Dierenpark, Rhenen


This symposium will present the state of the art of energy storage techniques and applications over the next 20 years. The theme of this symposium is chosen:

Energy storage: where will we be in 20 years’ time?

What can we expect in the coming period? But also the question which challenges we will face in the next 20 years and in which direction technology will develop. It promises to be another inspiring and instructive symposium with lectures by renowned speakers from science, industry and users.


José Kok, Manager Zoölogie
Onderzoek & Educatie bij Ouwehands Dierenpark Rhenen

Peter Palensky (keynote spreker)
Smart Grids: Complexity, Digitization, and Models

Gunter Schädlich
Modern high-voltage storage systems for hybrid and electric powertrains in the application areas Public Transport, Rail and Maritime

Marnix Wagemaker
Towards next generation batteries

Evert Raaijen / Yves Vercammen
Een blik op de praktijk en de toekomst van energieopslag

Bram Slaager
Power Electronics e-Volution

Grant Brackley
Maintenance of Lead Acid Batteries

Jurgen Timpert
Kansen en uitdagingen voor opslag-technologie, onderweg naar 2050

Jasper Feuth
Praktische ervaringen bij Electrische Smart Grids

Jim Otjens 
LFP accu’s in de ANWB praktijk

Leendert Lam
Energy storage, trends and topics at the 39th INTELEC in the Gold Coast Australia

Dick Vleeskruijer
Nieuw type oplaadbare batterij gaat tien keer langer mee: de Ultra Capacitor

Final debate

A special part of the programme at the end of the afternoon is the final debate where the theme is the same as the theme of the symposium:

Energy storage: where will we be in 20 years’ time?

A panel of experts will discuss the different aspects of Lithium-Ion and Lead batteries with you. You can also actively contribute to the discussions and debates on the presented topics and make use of the networking opportunities offered by the symposium during the coffee breaks, lunch, dinner and the accompanying exhibition.