with Will Troppe (Power Factors), Jeremy McKellep (Canadian Solar), Aaron Marks (Wood Mackenzie)
With around 15-16 GW of newly installed solar in 2022 - adding to a total of approx 140 GW - the USA is continuously increasing its renewable energy capacity. As the market matures, so do the technologies available to support the growth of renewables into the grid. One such key technology is energy storage. Already, the battery storage capacity of the US increased more than fivefold from 1.4 GW in 2020 to 7.8 GW in (October) 2022. By the end of 2025, 30 GW of large-scale battery storage capacity is expected to have been connected to the U.S. power grid.
Energy storage technologies are not new, but their application and business cases are still being shaped by the pioneers in the industry. As the market for energy storage projects in the USA is set to grow, so will the task of dutifully operating and managing these projects. That is why this webinar is focused on outlining the operating practices related to these projects, asking the question: what is the impact of operational costs on the market viability of energy storage projects, and what lessons can be learned from the current business models?
Director of Product
Senior O&M Manager USA
Senior Analyst, Energy Storage Technology
Join this webinar to find out the ins and outs of integrating energy storage technologies into an existing solar project. Our expert speakers will highlight the: