Date: January 31, 2019
Time: 9:00am PST / 12:00pm EST / 6:00pm CET
Speaker: Dan Borneo, Professional Electrical Engineer and Principal Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories (SNL)
This webinar will give an overview of Energy Storage (ES): Storage technologies; components of and electrical ES system; ES safety and reliability; applications and economics as well as operations.
Dan Borneo is a Professional Electrical Engineer and Principal Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories (SNL). He holds both a BSEE and MSEE from the University of New Mexico (Albuquerque). He serves as the principal investigator and project leader for the Department of Energy/Office of Electricity (DOE/OE) Electrical Energy Storage Systems (ESS) Testing and Demonstration Program. His primary focus is collaborating with representatives of the energy storage industry, academia, and state energy groups to facilitate moving innovative electrical energy storage technologies and systems to commercialized products and services.
At the beginning of 2018, expectations were high for another high growth year for the global solar PV industry. Then mid-year China’s central government put measures in place to slow its market. In addition to the announced changes to China's market, the US implemented tariffs, Europe canceled its MIP (minimum price), and India’s market began showing signs of strain. The focus of this webinar is where the industry stands concerning shipments and installations while offering insights as to what to expect in 2019.
If you were not able to attend our webinar on November 21, 2018 but are interested in the presentations or webinar records, feel free to download and view here
As the grid has become more decentralized and decarbonized, the need for a flexible and digitally managed grid have increased drastically. A part of this challenge stems from reduced visibility, control and arguably, revenues for the utilities and system operators. At the same time, the tools available to run a well-orchestrated grid have moved closer to the customers.
Our GTM Research white paper looks at one potential future where a suite of customer focused grid edge solutions is commonly resourced to enhance grid flexibility. Some of the technologies included in the study are standalone and solar paired storage, load control and electric vehicle charging. Beyond just examining the state of the technology and historical deployments, the whitepaper will assess the state of the marketplace, including players, business models and most interesting developments.
If you were not able to attend the presentation of the white paper at Intersolar North America 2018 or in our webinar on September 6, 2018 but are interested in the presentations or webinar records, feel free to download and view here