Real Projects — Real Results!
In 2017 energy storage inextricably moved beyond a focus on pilot projects: utilities are planning to procure an ever-increasing amount of grid-connected storage, while developers are looking to deploy grid-connected and BTM storage. Storage is being proposed as the solution to firm renewables to meet ever expanding RPS goals, to replace peaker plants, as an adjunct to solar projects, as virtual power plants (VPPs), and as a means to defer utility investment in traditional T&D technologies. However, to fuel storage market expansion sponsors must convince utilities and financiers that significant cost reductions are possible, and that proposed revenue streams are viable.
Now in its eleventh year, Storage Week 2018 is the global business hub driving the development and finance of energy storage projects. This year we will feature detailed case studies of implemented projects, providing long sought after information on the realities of how EPC issues have been handled, the realities of stacking value streams and their impacts on revenue streams, the state of the art in project structuring and contracting, and more! Join the senior executives and active financiers at the forefront of deploying behind the meter and grid-connected energy storage systems as they explore the road to bankable projects!
Pre-Summit Executive Briefing: Emerging Applications and Real Project Results
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Lorraine H. Akiba
STATE OF HAWAII PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION
Innovation Strategy Manager
George W. Bilicic
Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, Global Head of Power, Energy & Infrastructure, Head of Midwest Investment Banking
Boris von Bormann
MERCEDES-BENZ ENERGY AMERICAS
MACQUARIE CAPITAL (USA) INC.
Senior Manager, Market Design
NEW YORK INDEPENDENT SYSTEM OPERATOR
Manager, Technology Assessment
Imre Gyuk, Ph.D.
Program Manager, Energy Storage Research
Cynthia B. Hall
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION
Director of Research and Development
Manager, Operation Analysis and Compliance
PJM INTERCONNECTION LLC
Program Manager for Energy Storage
Rachel E. McMahon
Senior Public Utilities Regulatory Analyst
CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (CPUC)
Energy Storage Program Manager
PACIFIC GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY (PG&E)
Principal, Market Design
ELECTRIC RELIABILITY COUNCIL OF TEXAS
Ann E. Rendahl
WASHINGTON UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION
Blake F. Richetta
Senior Vice President
Director of Development Engineering
- 8minutenergy Renewables
- Advanced Energy Group, LLC
- Advanced Microgrid Solutions
- AES Energy Storage
- Alta Motors
- Baker Botts LLP
- Cairn Energy Research Advisors
- California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)
- Canadian Solar
- Center for Sustainable Energy
- Cypress Creek
- Doosan GridTech
- EDF Renewable Energy
- Energy and Environmental Economics
- Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), Mexico*
- ENGIE Storage
- Eos Energy Storage LLC
- EPC Power Corp.
- First Solar
- GE Storage
- Generate Capital
- Greensmith Energy
- Imperial Irrigation District
- Lightsource BP North America
- Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.
- MADA Power
- Mercedes-Benz Energy Americas
- Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
- National Grid
- National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
- NEC Energy Solutions
- New Energy Risk
- New Mexico Public Regulation Commission
- Norton Rose Fulbright
- Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
- Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)
- Pecan Street, Inc.
- PJM Interconnection LLC
- RES Americas
- Sandia National Laboratories
- S&C Electric
- ScottMadden, Inc.
- Southern California Edison (SCE)
- Southern California Gas Company
- Spinnaker Power Capital
- Starwood Energy
- State of Hawaii Public Utilities Commission
- Stoel Rives LLP
- Sunrun Inc.
- Troutman Sanders
- University of California, Irvine
- US DOE
- Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission
- Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati
- Xcel Energy
- Ygrene Energy Fund
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