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7th Energy Storage and Renewable Integration

Implementing Long Term Distributed Energy Resources & Generation in Light of Capital Restraints for Sustained Reliability and Operations

6-8 Mar 2018
Embassy Suites by Hilton Phoenix Downtown North | Phoenix, AZ, United States of America

Conference Workshop

Punkin Center Site Visit

Touring the Punkin Project consisting of (2) 1MW / 4MWH Lithium Ion Batteries to Observe Deferment of a 16 Mile 21KV Distribution Feeder

Workshop Moderator: Thomas Spence

Company: Energy Innovation Program Consultant | Arizona Public Service

Why You Should Attend

7th Energy Storage and Renewable Integration

Battery storage provides flexibility to the grid systems across the end use applications. It is deployed to aid renewable energy, as their production fluctuates with the unpredictable availability. The grid connected battery storage systems provides uninterruptible power and reduces the energy costs leading to better power management. In the power sector, storage batteries can also be used for electricity frequency regulation. Through enhanced operations of existing generation facilities, energy storage will provide ancillary services such as load following, area regulation and spinning reserve.

The marcus evans 7th Energy Storage and Renewable Integration Conference will discuss the transition into new market opportunities, capital and operational challenges on the electricity grid, and the emergence of intermittent renewable energy generation through support and enhancements of demand respond resources.

Key Topics

  • Tackle Rising Power Demand with Technological Advancements to Ensure an Affordable Microgrid with Consolidated Edison of New York
  • Identify the Industry Acceptance of Energy Storage to Develop a Network for a More Dependable Grid and Discover how Utility Companies are Integrating Storage Technology and What Early Adoption of the Technology is Resulting in with CPS Energy
  • Establish the Ground Rules: How Regulators are Dealing with Control over the Grid and Updating the Technologies to Meet Peak Demand with Duke Energy Renewables
  • Apply Lessons Learned through Simulating and Optimizing the Energy Load Profile to Employ Grid Modeling Capabilities with Xcel Energy
  • Develop Sustainable Policies and Regulatory Framework for Energy Storage Technology with California ISO
  • Previous Attendees Include

    ARUP, Avangrid Renewables, Black & Veatch, Boston Planning and Development Agency, Brooklyn Microgrid, Cadmus Group, City of Boston Mayor's Office, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP), Constellation, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Department of Energy Massachusetts, Division of Energy & Mineral Development (DOI), Duke Energy, E4TheFuture, Enel Green Power, Green Charge Networks, Harvard, ISO New England, L Star Ventures, MassCEC, Michels Corporation, National Grid USA LLC, New York State Smart Grid Consortium, NextEra Energy Resources, NJ Transit, Northern Reliability, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Office of Utilities Regulation, Oshawa Power and utilities Corporation, OST Energy, PECO, PJM Interconnection, Seattle City Light Department, University of St. Thomas, WRB Enterprises Inc, Xcel Energy Inc

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    Practical Insights From

    Dane Christensen
    Senior Engineer, Connected Efficiency Manager, Residential Systems Innovation & Performance
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory

    Ron Kent
    Advanced Technologies, Strategy & Development
    Southern California Gas Company

    Todd Horsman
    Sr. Director, Strategy and Innovation
    CPS Energy

    Erik Ellis
    Manager, Technology Assessment
    Arizona Public Service

    Christopher J. Devon
    Senior infrastructure and Regulatory Policy Developer Markets and Infrastructure Policy
    California ISO

    Andre Gouin
    Business Technology Consultant
    Xcel Energy

    Cat Wong
    Manager, DER Engineering

    John Bonnin
    Vice President | Energy Supply and Market Operations
    CPS Energy

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    Voice of Our Customers
    • "The conference exceeded my expectations - very good relevant presentations and some great contacts - diversity of audience was good - provided for some good conversation" - City Of Boulder
    • “The 5th Electric Energy Storage conference provided excellent content for a variety of key stakeholders in the Utilities, Public Service, National Labs, Industry and other sectors.” -NextEra Energy
    • “Very unique opportunity to network with the industry experts and learn from them.” - Jamaica Public Service Company
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