1 st November 2016, Jury’s Inn, Milton Keynes
With energy storage identified as one of the eight great technologies in which the UK can become
world leaders next steps for integrating a commercial storage industry into the UK energy system are
a key priority. Capture 2016 will address the role for energy storage in the new energy infrastructure
and consider the latest developments, strategies and opportunities within UK energy storage.
Through a combination of conference discussions and networking the event will provide a platform
for stakeholders to discuss key debates, maximise potential and accelerate growth within the UK
energy storage industry.
The conference will address the current status of the UK energy storage industry and provide a
strategic overview of the development needed to enable energy storage technology to flourish in
the UK. Presentations will examine current policy framework, regulatory roadmaps, industry
forecasts, investment, reducing costs, project updates, storage systems entering the mass market
and commercialisation. Time will also be afforded to discussion of cutting edge technologies being
developed across renewable energy storage, battery technologies, thermal storage, power to gas,
electricity storage and transport.
Capture 2016 will feature a break-out exhibition showcasing the latest technologies and solutions
from across the energy storage industry. The exhibition will also host networking throughout the
course of the day, bringing together government officials, project developers, operators, utilities and
investors with manufacturers and system providers.