Storage Week Plus - Presented by Infocast


Now Coming November 2020

  • Join a Who’s Who of Policymakers, Developers, Utilities, and Financiers
    Leading the Storage Boom!

    Event Rescheduled

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update:
The safety and experience of Infocast attendees are our top priority. In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) — following the guidance from the CDC, WHO, and other health authorities — we have decided to reschedule this event to ensure our attendees will be able to enjoy a truly useful interaction. Exact date and location to be published shortly.

Storage Week Plus 2020 will take a deep dive into value engineering and structuring storage projects, and explore the emergent use cases, business models, and technological approaches leading companies are pursuing to capture huge near-term deployment opportunities.

Join a who’s who of policymakers, utility and other customers, renewable energy and storage developers, and the financiers leading the burgeoning growth of storage to gain invaluable insights into:

  • The latest on emerging state policies and FERC Order 841 rules, and their impacts on storage markets
  • Major new procurements: emergency resilience RFO, CPUC capacity shortage, NY & NV initiatives
  • Prospects for deployment of non-lithium storage technologies
  • What is driving the procurement decisions of utilities and CCAs
  • Value engineering of storage systems to best provide firming, RA, capacity, ancillary services and other products and services
  • Identifying best practices in storage project contracting and finance

Plus, gain access to both pre-conference Executive Briefings to learn more about the hottest trends in storage:

Safety in Storage Systems takes a deep dive into applying emerging new safety codes, standards and best practices, including sensor and suppression technologies, to ensure the ongoing viability of stationary ESS.

Storage for Resilience will explore how the need to increase resilience for utilities, C&I customers and residential customers is driving the deployment of grid-connected, microgrid and rooftop solar + storage systems in unprecedented numbers.

Featured Speakers


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Supporting Organizations


Ali Amirali



Raj Apte


Ani Backa


Dan Cary


Holly Christie


Commissioner Tim Echols


Mark A. Frigo


Mike Gravely


Terron Hill


Bryan Hoffman


Anne Hoskins


Adrienne Lalle


Rebecca Dayhuff Matsushima


Hugh McDermott


Kirsten Petersen, P.E.


Commissioner Liane M. Randolph


JP Ross


Jeremy Twitchell


Bryan Urban


Catherine E. Von Burg


Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati


Wilson Sonsini is the firm of choice for companies, investors, and lenders seeking to structure, negotiate, and close groundbreaking transactions in the new energy economy and emerging climate solutions sector. As the newest, nimblest, and most focused projects law practice in the United States, we dedicate ourselves to a single goal: advancing what’s next in the energy industry and decarbonization technologies across economic sectors. Unlike other major law firms, our mission and resources are focused on advancing solutions to build the clean energy economy and address climate change, not fighting against the reality that all major economic sectors need to evolve, decarbonize, and be more efficient. We recognize the imperative—and the opportunities—presented by climate change and want to assist the innovators that will make a decarbonized future cheaper, more transparent, more equitable, and easier to use.

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP


As they navigate the emerging opportunities, risks, and complexities of regulation and competition, our clients have access to a legal team capable of addressing regulatory, commercial, transactional, and litigation matters simultaneously. We help clients anticipate and negotiate complex regulatory issues in the areas of transmission development and operations, reliability and cybersecurity, regional markets, compliance and enforcement, audits and investigations, and corporate restructuring alternatives. We assist clients with the development and pricing for new transmission facilities and handle complicated business, regulatory, and operational issues inherent in facility and corporate entity sales, spin-offs, and transfers of control, as well as the corresponding transmission cost allocation disputes. Every transaction is supported across disciplines by our corporate, regulatory, tax, environmental, and antitrust lawyers. While it is our goal to help clients avoid litigation wherever possible, our cross-office team collaborates to litigate high-stakes commercial and regulatory disputes in the major US and international venues.

Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP


Chadbourne & Parke and Norton Rose Fulbright merged on June 30 to make a combined firm with 4,000 lawyers in 59 offices in 33 countries, including 400 working in the power sector of whom close to a 100 are in the United States.  The prestigious Chambers directory has consistently ranked the Chadbourne project finance team at the top of the US renewable energy market based on year-round interviewing of corporate law departments and peers at other firms.  The group did $53.5 billion in financings in the last two years.   Approximately 60% of the work of the group in each of the last 11 years has been in renewable energy. The group has worked on projects in more than 80 countries.

Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe


Orrick is a global leader in the development, financing, acquisition and disposition of utility scale and distributed solar projects.

  • Over 20,000 megawatts of solar PPAs and storage contracts, arrangements, and EPC and module supply contracts
  • Innovative financing including levered and unlevered tax equity financings, using every structure in the market
  • Development, mezzanine, construction and term debt financings for market-leading solar projects
  • High profile solar project and company M&A and joint venture transactions

Troutman Sanders LLP


The energy industry is a key vertical and center of excellence at Troutman Sanders. We have been recognized as a “National Top-Tier” Energy Practice for eight consecutive years and received the 2020 “Law Firm of the Year” distinction for Energy Law in U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” edition, and our renewable energy practice has won nationwide recognition in the Chambers USA and The Legal 500 guides. We provide top legal advice to independent power producers, developers, lenders, utilities, industrial and government clients in energy-related businesses in the U.S. and internationally. We have extensive transactional, financing and regulatory experience in the electric power (including renewable energy), natural gas and water industries. The firm can bring to bear top transactional and regulatory practitioners in order to maximize the value of transactions in the heavily regulated energy space.

UL Solutions


Sustainability goals, declining costs, and technological advancements have made renewable energy the fastest growing sector of the energy market. UL’s global expertise in energy and asset advisory services, due diligence, testing and certification, and software applications in solar, wind and offshore wind provides the expertise you need for product or project certification, early-stage feasibility and design, project development and financing, managing operational wind and solar projects, to extending the life of those projects. Having assessed over 300 GW of renewable energy projects, we have worked with customers across all continents, in all kinds of complex terrain and climate regimes. From small-scale microgrid systems of solar and storage that bring energy closer to a remote village, to complex utility-scale wind and solar farms that power corporations and cities, UL can help support your project anywhere around the globe.

EPC Power


EPC Power is a San Diego (Poway, CA) USA based manufacturer and designer of grid forming bi-directional inverters and DCDC converters for solar, wind, flywheel, automotive, and alternative fueled generators. EPC Power is a power electronics OEM of grid connected and heavy automotive equipment. With over 100 MW deployed in the field, product sizes range from 30kW to over 10MW. EPC designs and manufactures fully functional microgrid, energy storage, automotive, DCDC converter power electronic technologies that enable OEMs and system integrators to accelerate beyond their competition. Manufactured in the USA.

Rhombus Energy Solutions


Rhombus develops and manufactures bi-directional electric vehicle charging systems, high-efficiency power conversion systems and energy management system (EMS) software for vehicle-to-grid (V2G) capable electric vehicle fleet charging, energy storage and microgrid applications. The high reliability of our solutions is the result of decades of experience developing high-power systems for a variety of applications and deployment scenarios, including UL-1741-SA system-to-grid solutions. For more information, please visit

Power Association of Northern California (PANC)


SunSpec Alliance


The SunSpec Alliance is a trade alliance of developers, manufacturers, and service providers, together pursuing information standards for the distributed energy industry. SunSpec standards address most operational aspects of PV and other distributed energy power plants on the smart grid—including residential, commercial, and utility-scale systems—thus reducing cost, promoting innovation, and accelerating industry growth. Nearly 100 organizations are members or business partners of the SunSpec Alliance, including global leaders from Asia, Europe, and North America. Membership is open to corporations, non-profits, and individuals. For more information about the SunSpec Alliance, or to download SunSpec specifications free of charge, please visit our website.

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