2nd Masterclass On Energy Storage Technology, Applications & Manufacturing Process

About the Event


Indian Energy storage space is in an interesting phase. This is the best time to enter Indian energy storage market. Indian energy storage sector is becoming exciting with 46 MW+ large scale projects announced in 2016 and 70 MWh+ of projects announced this year till date. Apart from these tenders, various private and government bodies are going for MW level energy storage projects in India. Other application areas like the electric vehicle, charging infrastructure, microgrids, telecom tower, C&I applications, Solar integration, microgrids, smart grid and smart cities will be the major catalyst for energy storage adoption in India.

India has been a huge market for conventional technologies like Lead Acid. Newer technologies like Li-ion have already witnessed acceptance in telecom towers, electric vehicles, and large scale solar integration projects. This extensive market has intrigued many foreign technology players as well as Indian companies to explore the sector. The Government is also creating encouraging policies like FAME India Initiative under NEMMP, draft energy storage Roadmap, National Smart Grid Mission (NSGM) and draft National Microgrid policy, Energy Storage staff paper by CERC, BIS Energy Storage Standards to boost the Indian energy storage market. We at IESA estimate the market potential to reach 200 GWh in 2017-2022.

IEEMA & IESA jointly organized 2 days’ non-residential MASTERCLASS on Energy Storage Technology, Applications & Manufacturing Process on 17th & 18th November 2017 in Mumbai.  As it was well received by the Industry, 2nd MASTERCLASS will be held on 15th & 16th June (Friday-Saturday) 2018 at New Delhi.  It will cover the fundamentals of Energy Storage, Systems, and Technologies.  It will provide a detailed overview of technologies, applications, usage and will help companies decide future step of actions to enter the Energy Storage business.

Objective of Workshop

The MASTERCLASS will counsel companies planning to enter the energy storage ecosystem; discuss strategy in storage manufacturing systems for both the global as well as the indigenous market. Existing manufacturers can expect advice and approach to grow their business to the next level. The class will highlight potential in the Indian market with pointers to the finer nuances of the industry, its key drivers, and commonly faced roadblocks.

Course Content

Module 1: Technology

  • Fundamentals of Energy Storage Technologies
  • Technology Overview & Parameters
  • Key components of Energy Storage System and Power Electronics
  • New Research & Development in the field of Energy Storage

Module 2: Market and Applications

  • Global Scenario on Energy Storage
  • India Market Overview                  
  • Energy Storage Integration for Renewable Energy (For Solar PV and Wind Applications)
  • Energy storage for Grid applications for Grid stability.
  • Energy storage for Commercial and Industrial Applications (Hotels, Hospitals, Shopping Malls etc.)
  • Emerging applications for energy storage (Electrical Vehicles, Microgrids, Diesel Optimization & Telecom Tower)
  • Government Policies for Energy Storage and Introduction to National Energy Storage Mission
  • Energy Storage Systems: Challenges and Futures

Module 3: Manufacturing market study

  • Overview of setting up of cell manufacturing/pack assembling facility
  • Manufacturing Policies and Incentives
  • Make in India Program and other Programs (DST, DEITY, NITI Ayog, DIPP, DHI)
  • Intellectual Property and Technology Acquisition
  • Global Partnership

Module 4: Market Entry strategy for Energy storage and related Business

  • Market Opportunities and Gap Finding
  • Business synergy and Opportunity estimation
  • Methods of establishing/expanding the manufacturing firm
  • Managing the supply chain and distributions


Training methodology will follow Insight-Inspire-Ideate structure with the active involvement of each participant.


  • into the energy storage market landscape, leading technologies, and applications, key growth trends
  • into the key drivers and restraints influencing market growth, analyze the impact of recent policy and regulatory developments


  • by analyzing global best practices, discussing opportunities and challenges
  • to prioritize strategies to enter Energy Storage businesses and potential high growth customer segments


  • on the long-term objectives of your company, after understanding the environment, industry, trends, business value chain and risks
  • on key opportunities and identify the ideal target market

Each module will be covered by 1 or 2 faculties with vast experience from Industries, academics, research labs, government bodies


Robert Pedraza, EVP, Chief Strategy Officer EnerBlu

  • Has extensive experience in the introduction of advanced battery technologies in markets like north and central America, China and India

Debi Prasad Dash, Director IESA, Customized Energy Solutions

  • 8+ years experience in financial analysis  and market consulting in energy storage, EV and RE integration   

Hiren Shah, Senior Director, Energy Storage Solutions, Delta Electronics 

  • 18+ years in advanced energy storage space in India with leading manufacturer

Manjunath Vittala Rao – Standards & Program Manager, UL Inc.

  • Innovation & Quality Eco-System specialist with nearly 25 years of experience

Manuj Khurana, AVP Invest India(Non-profit Venture under DIPP, Ministry of Commerce, GoI 

  • Facilitating Investments in electric mobility and renewable value chain

Dr. H. Purushotham, Chairman, and Managing Director, National Research Development Corporation, An Enterprise of Department of Scientific & Industrial Research, Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt. of India

Dr.Rahul Walawalkar – President & MD Customized Energy Solutions India

  • Executive Director, IESA and Vice Chair, Global Energy Storage Alliance (GESA)

Shyam S. Raghupathy – Director (Strategy), Customized Energy Solutions India

  • 20 years of Strategy Consulting experience

Who should Attend?

  • Senior decision makers of the manufacturing companies, renewable (solar, wind) companies, SMEs,
  • Promoters, Owners, Investors, Entrepreneurs, MDs, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, President, VPs, Directors and other team lead and departmental heads of the a company


Registration Fee per delegate (includes Technical literature, Lunch & Refreshments)

IEEMA & IESA Members           – INR 32,000 plus applicable + GST

Non-Members                             – INR 38,000 plus applicable + GST

5% discount for more than 2 attendees from one organization

10% discount for more than 3 attendees from one organization

Cheque / DD drawn in favor of “IEEMA-SAWTEC”, payable at Mumbai

For payment through NEFT / RTGS

Name of the beneficiary                                – IEEMA-SAWTEC,

Name of Bank & other details              – BANK OF INDIA, Worli Naka Branch, Mumbai, A/C No. 004921100012988, IFSC : BKID0000049


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