- Energy storage as a long term resource in commercial energy management plans, storage project models, and energy procurement plans to support and compete with conventional generation, transmission and distribution resources.
- Integrating energy storage with renewable power and connecting to the grid to help operators and utilities turn intermittent unpredictable sources of energy into a reliable resource.
- Energy storage solutions to create growth in the market for renewable energy by enabling its use in greater volumes and in new applications; reducing costs so new technologies can compete on economic terms.
- Integrating energy storage with solar and wind and connecting to the grid.
- Standards, modeling, software integration and cybersecurity awareness.
- New business models to make, apply, and operate storage assets to allow the gird to work more reliably and cost-effectively while decreasing negative environmental impacts.
- Developing standards for modeling and regulatory reform and financing grid-scale storage technology in an uncertain marketplace.
- Grid-scale storage as a regulation service to provide fast and flexible response systems to deal with unmanaged variation due to power plant failures and transmission outages.
- Determining energy storage solutions while taking into consideration safe technologies, life cycles, cost effectiveness, maintenance requirements, size, efficiencies, discharge rate and depth of discharge.
- Deploying substation-sited storage, co-locating with renewables, as well as in domains such as community energy storage and residential energy storage.
- Lessons learned from energy storage pilots and initial commercial deployments; technological and financial case studies.
Who Should Attend
Energy industry executives, policymakers, energy consultants and engineers, legal and regulatory professionals, academics, non-profit and community leaders, consumer advocates and other interested stakeholders.
This Conference is Researched and Designed for the Following Professionals
- Chief Utilities Officers and Executives
- Engineers and Operations Specialists
- Federal, Municipal, and Public Policy Government and Agencies
- Utility Industry Regulators (Regulatory, Policy and Standards, Utilities and Power Generation Companies Administrators, Grid Operators and Network Planners, Academic and Research & Development Professionals, Renewable Energy Project Developers)
- Industry Consultants, Solutions Providers, and System Integrators
- Investor Community and Industry Stakeholders
- Equipment and Software Vendors (Smart Grid/Soft Grid Developers, Energy storage equipment manufacturers and technology providers, Energy storage service providers and integrators, Transmission and distribution equipment suppliers, Battery manufacturers and component providers, Renewable energy developers and technology providers)