Additional registration required ($) for workshops held on Tuesday January 16th.
While lithium-ion energy storage has been a critical tool for electric sector decarbonization, there is increasing awareness that longer duration flexible resources, like long-duration batteries and electrolytic hydrogen, will be required to achieve a zero-carbon grid. In this workshop, leading industry experts will come together to discuss with attendees the growing market for long-duration energy storage (LDES) and hydrogen, and these resources’ critical role in the energy transition. Attendees will hear from companies working to commercialize LDES technologies and other experts in the industry about recent technological and market trends. The discussion will also highlight challenges facing LDES in today’s marketplace and explore the market, policy, and regulatory changes needed to unlock long-duration storage’s role in a decarbonized grid.