Hear from East Coast Policymakers, Regulators, and Utilities on How to Get Your Piece of Storage Mandates and ISO Market Opportunities
The eastern interconnection is witnessing a burgeoning demand for storage as Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey alone have announced targets of 5.27 GW of energy storage. Even Florida is projected to be a storage hotspot. And beyond these opportunities, FERC Order 841 has removed barriers to the participation of energy storage in the capacity, energy, and ancillary service markets operated by RTOs and ISOs – and ISO NE, NYISO, and PJM are all responding.
Infocast’s inaugural event, Storage East, will gather policymakers, market operators, utilities, and the entire storage value chain to provide definitive information on policies, programs, and procurement across the eastern interconnection. Vendors and developers will have an opportunity to profit in the eastern markets by deferring costs associated with transmission, distribution and generation capacity, minimizing peak loads, assisting in the integration of additional renewable assets, improving reliability, and lowering emissions. This is a remarkable chance to understand the full range of opportunities opening up in energy storage across the eastern United States. All those who desire to claim a first-mover advantage and build lasting success must attend.
Senior Vice President
STARWOOD ENERGY GROUP GLOBAL, LLC
US RENEWABLES GROUP
Senior Manager, Market Design
NEW YORK INDEPENDENT SYSTEM OPERATOR (NYISO)
Imre Gyuk, Ph.D.
Program Manager, Energy Storage Research
Section Manager, Utility of the Future
Senior Director Distributed Solutions
CEO & Executive Director
MASSACHUSETTS CLEAN ENERGY CENTER
President & Co-Founder
Director of Development & Energy Storage
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Washington Plaza Hotel
10 Thomas Circle
NW Washington, DC 20005
Room rate: $269
Reservation Deadline: Friday, September 14, 2018
Group Code: Storage East Summit 2018
Group Link: Click Here
Reservation Call-in #: (202) 842-1300