San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 12, 2011
FullPower, Incorporated announced that it will host the annual Advanced Energy Solutions Conference (AES) September 12 through September 15 at The Catamaran Hotel & Resort in San Diego, CA. AES 2011 will feature presentations from leading experts that focus on new and emerging technologies in the energy storage industry.
AES2011 will offer two pre-conference sessions that will concentrate on Integrated Energy Systems and Energy Storage Market Updates. New to the conference this year is an industry association member discussion forum. This exclusive forum will highlight ideas, concerns, challenges and other insights that face fellow industry colleagues. The conference aims to provide a focused opportunity to explore and discuss the latest technological developments. AES will also offer several networking events during the conference including an exhibit hall, welcome reception, and other opportunities to exchange ideas with your peers.
Call for Papers: In addition to the presentations by invited speakers, we invite presentation proposals on the topics of energy storage solutions, energy systems controls, automotive applications, and energy solutions investment landscape. To view a list of topics requested, please visit https://aes.fullpowerinc.com. Applicants should submit a 250-word abstract along with their name, email address and organization to Kristina Marzullo at email@example.com by May 2, 2011. Sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities are also available.
FullPower provides industry leadership for the ultracapacitor and high performance energy storage markets through a variety of market activities and client oriented services. The management includes the individuals who initially developed advanced, high performance ultracapacitor technologies and created markets in automotive, renewable energy, power quality and industrial markets. With expertise in materials, components, system integration and operational management, FullPower provides its’ corporate clients with the expertise required to build a successful business in energy storage.