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HECO, Con Ed and Texas PUC get serious with energy storage ROI

Storing the sun.
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Energy storage is creating new revenue streams through the new services it is providing to both electricity generators and consumers.

As such, this has determined utilities to shift from their conventional supply and demand business models to market-based revenues through charging transaction fees, selling system usage data, and more.

Given this change of approach, Energy Storage Update USA (15–16 June, San Diego) has decided to bring together experts from different states across the US to share strategies for implementing storage so you can identify new market opportunities and understand how your technology could be part of their solution.

Access the e-brochure here for more details

Here are some of the benefits why attending the only commercial energy storage conference in the US will be of value:

  • Find out what Griffin Reilly, from Con Edison, has to say about the key criteria you need to meet to be considered for the utility’s new demonstration projects in the commercial and industrial segment.

  • Hear from Commissioner Lorraine Akiba, from the Hawaii Public Utilities Commission, on how HECO is pushing storage + solar integration to achieve its 100% renewables mandate, and understand how your technology can be part of their solution.

  • Get a rare insight into the short- to long-term deployment plans for Public Utility Commission of Texas, Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric, ComEd, and E.ON to identify new opportunities and ensure that your technology fulfills their expectations.

If you want to find out how some of the leading utilities are tackling business strategies for energy storage, then get the program below, which includes the speaker faculty, points up for energy storage image 270-270.gifdiscussion, and networking opportunities:

Access the e-brochure here for more details

P.S. A $200 discount has been extended until this Friday, 29th April, given the significant number of people that couldn’t make the early bird deadline. Space is limited, so make sure you secure your place by registering with the discount code ESUSA to receive the full ticket discount, or email me and I will assist further!

Feel free to share with your colleagues or post online. For more information, please contact Iulia-Lorena Rus, the Senior Industry Analyst  for Energy Storage Update

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