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Battery Storage Masterclass

Battery Storage Masterclass

Get insight, knowledge and tools to boost your organisation

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About this course

Master the latest development, the mega-trends and the key innovations in battery storage. Anticipate the challenges, newcomers and the market opportunities ahead. Build cutting-edge business models and secure competitive advantage for your company.

Battery Storage Masterclass is an exclusive face-to-face course in battery storage systems that will transform your understanding of this rapidly evolving and exciting space.

Delivered by experts who are leading the European Battery Alliance, this exclusive course comprises workshops and real-life industry exposure to give you deep mastery of the technology and the commercial and environmental drivers of change. You will emerge with the broadened knowledge of battery energy storage application across the electricity grid, industry, electric vehicles, and the business insight and tools to lead innovation in your organisation or client base.

The Masterclass will include:

  • Exciting lectures and sessions from industry and academia
  • Study visit to Advanced Battery Centre, Ångström laboratory, Uppsala Universitet
  • Study visit to Epiroc facilities, Örebro


Would you like to know more? Contact Education Business Manager at InnoEnergy Scandinavia, Ulrika Hynell. Contact her at:

Is this course for you?

Battery Storage Masterclass is an exclusive, expert-led face-to-face course with a limited number of seats. It is designed for managers, decision makers and business developers working within energy technology, renewable energy, engineering and consultancy in Europe.

Do you have any questions on the content? Contact Digital Learning Manager at  InnoEnergy, Dimitra Maleka. Contact her at:


What will I learn?

You will explore the dynamics driving innovation in battery storage, looking at the challenges and next-generation solutions deployed by industry leaders. You will also learn to identify and leverage business opportunities emerging in this fast-paced and exciting space.

Specifically you will:

  • Master the very latest in battery storage from the electricity grid to electric vehicles to industry.
  • Learn to anticipate future markets, identify challenges, spot emerging players and leverage new market openings.
  • Discover how to choose the right storage solution for you and your organisation.
  • Leverage your new understanding to propose B2C or B2B business models.

Teaching methods and materials

Face-to-Face training with a duration of 2,5 days.

The programme combines highly practical, hands-on workshops, lectures, learning sessions and site visits to market-leading organisations and innovation centres. You will join us in Uppsala, a calm and charming university town just 15 minutes from Arlanda airport.

Participants will also have the chance to mingle with the tutors and each other, sharing experiences while enjoying a traditional Swedish Dinner. This will create a relaxed but inspiring environment to get to the forefront of battery storage.

  • Direct interaction with leading experts at the head of the European Battery Alliance.
  • Expert lectures and sessions led by speakers from industry and academia.
  • Study visit to Advanced Battery Centre, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala Universitet Battery Centre.
  • Study visit to Epiroc facilities, Örebro

Faculty is made up of a multi-disciplinary team of world-leading experts from industry and academia.

How does the course enhance my business perspective?

This highly exclusive Masterclass will change your understanding of the battery storage space, and empower you to deliver next-level impact across your organisation or client base. The peer-to-peer dynamic of the programme also yields networking opportunities with other industry professionals and decision-makers in this sector.


Did you know that...

InnoEnergy is proud to be instrumental in EU battery alliance?

The European Battery Alliance (EBA) was launched in October 2017 by European Commission Vice President, Maroš Šefčovič to allow all Europeans to benefit from safer traffic, less polluting vehicles and more advanced technological solutions, while creating a competitive sustainable battery cell manufacturing value chain in Europe.

Course experts

Bo Normark

Thematic Leader for Smart Grids and Energy Storage at InnoEnergy and has more than 35 years of industrial experience in ABB in development, design, project management and global management of the Power Systems business. 

Erik Svedlund

Global Marketing Manager – Electrification at Epiroc. He held several positions over the years, at Atlas Copco. Erik is an innovative and visionary leader committed to electrifying the mining world. 

Ilka von Dalwigk

Policy Manager, Smart grid & Electric Storage at InnoEnergy.

Anton Ekeström

Anton Ekeström is a Business Development Director at Northvolt. With years of experience, his expertise includes battery storage, smart grids, renewable energy, and business development.

Reza Younesi

Associate professor at Ångström Advanced Battery Centre, Uppsala University, is working on different types of lithium and sodium batteries. Also co-founder of ALTRIS AB leading research to develop sodium-ion battery prototypes.


Matthew Lacey

Researcher at the Department of Chemistry – Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University, where he works on the electrochemistry of lithium-ion and lithium-sulfur batteries.



Fredrik Martinsson

Marketing leader in driving electrification, responsible for Products and Services at the Epiroc Electrification initiative; Rocvolt. High focus on offering customers a seamless technology step into a sustainable power supply.


Fredrik Björefors

Dr. Björefors, Associate Professor in Electrochemistry, involved in research and teaching related to energy storage and conversion at Uppsala University. Research focus on electrochemical analysis of anode/cathode materials for li-ion batteries.


Daniel Brandell

Dr. Brandell is a Professor in Materials Chemistry, Ångström Laboratory, Uppsala University. Core of his research activities today are experimental, and with a clear focus on Li-ion batteries and other ‘future’ battery chemistries.