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Webinar & Events - Energy Storage
Winter electric peaking capacity services are currently undervalued in the Massachusetts programs that provide battery customers with performance payments to supply power back to the grid at times of high demand.
Multifamily housing providers are uniquely positioned to benefit from the combination of solar and storage systems to deliver economic and resilience benefits.
Local Solar for All’s Karl Rabago will discuss how advanced utility planning modeling shows that scaling local distributed energy resources can lead to a least-cost clean grid.
A new solar+storage system at Atrisco Heritage Academy High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico will provide significant cost savings to the school district.
The Energy Storage for Social Equity Initiative is designed to empower urban, rural, and tribal disadvantaged communities to consider energy storage technologies and applications as a viable path towards community prosperity, well-being, and resilience.
This NASEO webinar featured experts on energy equity and resilience and shared insights for states as they incorporate equity concerns into their energy system resilience planning activities and process. CEG’s Seth Mullendore presented.
This Clean Energy Group webinar will discuss the findings of a new report, “ConnectedSolutions: A Program Assessment for Massachusetts,” that assesses the design and performance of the Massachusetts ConnectedSolutions program.
A new report by the Clean Energy Group and the Clean Energy States Alliance explores energy storage policy best practices and lessons learned from the New England states. The report aims to inform state policymakers and regulators seeking to expand energy storage markets.
Researchers from Berkeley Lab presented their in-depth analysis on the behind-the-meter solar+storage market in the US.
Learn how the Bad River Band assembled the team necessary to successfully navigate the federal Department of Energy grant process, overcame obstacles created by COVID-19, and built the Ishkonige Nawadide Solar Microgrid Project. The microgrid was designed to withstand disasters worse than the floods in 2016, and it provides critical power to the wastewater treatment plant, the Health and Wellness Center, and an Administration Building.