March 28 - 30, 2011, The JW Marriott San Francisco, CA
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8:30 Registration for Workshop A (Coffee/Tea will be served).
The returns on investing in equipment and supporting services must be understood
in context of the broader business system in which these investments are made.
Underutilization of the peak electric transmission and distribution systems is
inherent where high reliability of satisfying customer demands drives the system
sizing and such demands vary daily by more than a factor of two. Since the
inception of the system various storage technologies have been developed and
used in limited applications. The cost to value comparisons among storage
technologies complex addressing; widely varied timescales from fractions of a cycle
to hours or days, central and distributed solutions with impact system wide or
nodal specificity, potentially served with generation or clever controls. Pumped
hydro, flow batteries, flywheels, SMES, peakers, diesel gensets, DR and time of day
pricing all compete. Mandates exist to provide safe, reliable, cheap energy, fair and
predictable pricing, clean air, jobs and energy security all with low environmental
impact. Needs are rapidly changing due to changing generation mix.
What you will learn:
NewWorld Capital Group,LLC
11:30 Registration for Workshop B (Lunch will be served).
Audience members will leave this workshop with a general understanding of the
importance of regulatory matters for the energy storage market as well as a
thorough review of storage market developments in California in particular. The
general outline of the workshop will include the following:
StrateGen Consulting and Co-Founder of CESA
Douglass & Liddell and Co-Founder of CESA
2:15 Registration for Workshop C (Coffee/Tea will be served).
No matter whether you are an investor or a developer or a utility company, you must have a well-defined and well-researched value proposition or business case. And, though each stakeholder’s may differ depending on your specific business objectives, it will be important to understand how they are all connected and how they potentially impact your own VP. Workshop attendees will walk away with an introductory knowledge of the requirements, mechanics, and challenges associated with creating a project-specific value proposition for customer sited and owned energy storage—including integration with solar and incentive structures. This workshop session will answer many questions about the value of energy storage, focusing on the mechanics of a value proposition model specific to distributed energy storage, an understanding of the financial requirements of key stakeholders, what is involved in optimizing the value of storage, and how end user loads, renewable generation profiles, electricity tariffs, and incentive regimes impact energy storage’s value. This workshop is suitable for distributed energy storage suppliers, project developers, renewable energy integrators, utility company personnel, and public utility commission staff. A moderate understanding of financial modeling with experience in the mechanics of commercial energy projects is preferable, but not a prerequisite.
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