Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership - Webinars & Events
Speakers from PNNL, National Grid, and DOE will discuss Nantucket’s new battery energy storage system.
CESA hosted a webinar with the Sterling Municipal Light Department, the Templeton Municipal Light & Water Department, and the Wakefield Municipal Gas & Light Department who discussed their energy storage systems, their financial benefits, and lessons learned from designing and dispatching their battery systems.
This moderated discussion will explore how state energy efficiency programs can be used to advance emerging technologies like energy storage while delivering benefits to ratepayers and the grid. CEG Project Director Todd Olinsky-Paul will present.
Solar+storage technologies that provide clean, reliable backup power are cost-effective for many critical community facilities in the Southeast, according to Clean Energy Group’s “Resilient Southeast” report series. The report series details a first-of-its-kind economic analysis and landscape review for solar+storage in the region.
This webinar introduced a new report by Clean Energy Group that examines the cost-benefit calculation for battery storage, presents new values for non-energy benefits of storage, discusses program design elements of storage incentives, and critiques the Massachusetts plan.
This first in a multi-part energy storage webinar series covered the state of the technology, energy storage systems and cost trends.
The U.S. energy storage market experienced substantial growth in 2018. In this webinar, Dan Finn-Foley from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables shared insights related to recent developments in the U.S. energy storage market, including deployment trends, policy updates, and market outlook.
NREL has added important new features to its free solar+storage (and now +wind) online optimization tool, REopt Lite, that will help building owners, energy managers, and emergency planners assess a building’s technology needs to power essential services with onsite resources during grid disruptions.
In this ACEEE webinar, Clean Energy Group Project Director Todd Olinsky-Paul gave a preview of findings from a forthcoming CEG report analyzing the cost-effectiveness of energy storage, associated non-energy benefits, and the role for energy storage in efficiency programs.
A new energy storage project in Eugene, Oregon will provide backup power for emergency services, as well as cost savings and electricity services to the municipal utility.
Clean Peak Standards (CPS) are being implemented or considered by several states as a way to focus renewable generation at peak demand hours. Energy storage is expected to play a major role in these efforts. This webinar featured a presentation by Strategen’s Ed Burgess.