The India Energy Storage Summit (IESS) 2019, a two-day interactive summit, was organised by underwriters laboratories, the not-for-profit organisation within UL, in partnership with centre for battery engineering and electric vehicles (C-BEEV), IIT Madras, and with the support of GE Global Research and the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) on September 23 and 24, 2019, at the IIT Madras Research Park in Chennai.
India’s sustainable energy storage ecosystem is growing at a fast pace. But in order for renewable energy sources such as solar and wind to contribute to a significantly higher proportion of the country‚Äôs energy demands, energy storage needs to become more affordable and more robust.

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