This session will examine the opportunity for innovative, yet proven energy storage technologies to accelerate the United States decarbonization pathway. From Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) to Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage (A-CAES) and Liquid CO2, medium to long duration energy storage technologies are able to reduce curtailment as well as manage system constraints caused by or affecting renewable energy sources.
As states around the country lead the way, the session details what kind of regulatory framework is required to incentivize investment into LDES technologies, lessons learned from an in-depth study of projects currently under development, and a look to how LDES and renewables can work together to strengthen United States decarbonization goals.
This discussion will offer a look into the diversity of storage technologies available beyond lithium ion batteries. It will offer lessons learned from companies who have projects located in North America and abroad.