Intersolar and eeS Europe, the largest battery and accumulator energy show in Europe, have just announced that the photovoltaic and accumulator sector will present its production solutions and the latest manufacturing technologies in a specific pavilion in the 2019 edition of These two fairs. The organizers of the largest fair-congress-exhibition of the solar of the Old Continent estimate that “the world market for batteries and fuel cells, which already amounts to 5,500 million euros, will exceed in 2025 the 81,000 million euros”.

The analysts of the market – Intersolar informs – predict for 2018 a photovoltaic growth of around 100 gigawatts (GW), while it is expected that by 2025 the world market for batteries and fuel cells will exceed 81,000 million euros. “The important growth The industry association is also generating an increase in production.SolarPower Europe sector forecasts go even further SolarPower Europe calculates that more than 1,000 GW of photovoltaic power will be installed in five years The fast growth of electromobility is another factor that is also driving the battery market, well, in light of all these forecasts, coinciding, Intersolar and Europe ees have decided to give more prominence to the production techniques and in 2019 will dedicate, for the first time , a specific pavilion for this theme in these specialized energy fairs, between May 15 and 17, 2019.

“In Germany – Intersolar informs -, the battery accumulator market has tripled in the last three years and in August the 100,000th solar electricity accumulator was put into operation”. The demand for high-powered industrial accumulators is also growing: for example, in June a battery accumulator with a capacity of more than 50 megawatt-hours (MWh) was installed in Pelham (England) to provide network stabilization services. The Bloomberg New Energy Finance research institute predicts that the annual installations of fixed accumulators will experience a significant growth by 2030 and that a power of 125 gigawatts will be reached with a storage volume of 305 gigawatt-hours (GWh).