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Energy Storage: The Smart Grid Holy Grail?

Wednesday, October 24 9:30am - 12:30pm EDT / Streamed Panel Discussion: 7:00am - 9:00am PDT / 10:00am - 12:00pm EDT / 16:00 - 18:00 (Paris-Frankfurt)

Meeting in New York

 

Location

 

The Markle Foundation, 10 Rockefeller Plaza, 16th Floor New York, NY 10020 

 

Doors open at 9:15

 


From hydro dams holding up the potential energy of an upstream reservoir to alkali batteries in a boom box to the hydrogen fuel cells in the command module on the Apollo Missions, storage has been one of the star players in the energy game for a long time. The electric grid was designed so that energy put on the grid can be used at a nearly instantaneous rate of consumption. This has meant that energy use on the grid requires the same or more input of power onto the grid in order to supply the demand. The great challenge faced by utilities is managing the grid load so that power supply mirrors that consumption. If there is a shortage of power supply, the grid fails and isn’t reliable, but if there is an oversupply, the surplus is wasted. This makes efficiency the goal of all utilities and grid management organizations. 

 

Distributed Energy Storage (DES) could enable utilities and grid users to retain power that would otherwise be lost.  It could also keep the grid up and running in case of an undersupply, which would change the face of energy distribution.  But is DES realistic?

 

This roundtable will address the energy storage market, its growth potential, and business market rollout. How will the energy storage market fit in with the smart grid market? Who are the key players and what are the key technologies in the energy storage game? What are the main obstacles in market growth and technology rollout? How can the industry and companies best position themselves to maximize growth potential? Which technologies have a history in the market space and how have they adapted to uncertain market outlook in the past?

Attendees list
67 people will attend this meeting, among them
Will attend in person Via streaming
The Sallan Foundation
Executive Director
CHADBOURNE & PARKE LLP
ASSOCIATE
Alstom
Strategy & Development
Lawrence Berkeley National L
Head, Strategic Development
Consolidated Edison Co. of N
R&D Engineer
Third Power
Chief Operating Officer
Eos Energy Storage
Manager of Business Development
Green Charge Networks
CFO
GRID Alternatives
Manager
Adaptiv Consulting
Managing Director
Consolidated Edison Company
R&D Project Manager
New York Battery and Energy
Director of Resource Development
AMSOLAR
SVP, Head of Development
Green Charge Networks
Director, Project Development
Sungevity
Project Manager
SMA America
Event Assistant
SMUD
Principle Demand Side Specialist
Greenpeace
research
AGRION
Marketing Coordinator
Sunverge Energy, Inc
Sr. Energy Systems Engineer
Joule Assets
Vice President, Sales and Market Development
Sequentric Energy Systems
CEO
Global Change Associates
Chairman
Elecnor
Sales Manager
350Green
CEO
Trojan Battery
SVP Renewable Energy
Kiss + Cathcart
Principal
Cleantech Law Partners
Of Counsel
Navigant
Senior Consultant
Morrison & Foerster
Cleantech Program Manager
Ubifrance
Director Environment
Smart Grid Library
Managing Director
Samba Energy
Managing Director
Samba Energy
Managing Director
Luxoft
Global Head - Energy & Utilities
Energy Future Coalition
Managing Director
The Green Economy, Inc.
Publisher
Morrison & Foerster LLP
Of Counsel
NextEnergy
Director
Pacific Northwest National L
Staff Scientist
Total - Gas & Power
Scientific intelligence manager
Eco-NRG LLC
founder
Columbus Photovoltaics LLC
Vice President
Con Edison
Business Development
ScottMadden, Inc.
Partner and Energy, Clean Tech, and Infrastructure Research Lead
Bernard, Nickels and Associa
Partner
Arista Power Inc.
VP Sales and Marketing
M.J. Beck Consulting
Director
Sealed Homes
Director of Analytics
BJM Solar Energy Capital
Principal
Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Vice President
Steffes Corporation
Smart Grid
JETRO
Representative, Business Development
CEA
Ingénieur chercheur
Safari Energy, LLC
VP Energy Efficiency
ConEdison Solutions
Engineer
Joule Assets Inc.
COO
Gridless Power Corporation
Advisor, Business Development
SustainX
Manager
Aquifer Based Hydroelectric
Presidebt
Fulcrum Solar
General Counsel and Director of Business Development
SunMoksha
Senior Manager
EOS Energy Storage
Advisor
Entera Invest
Principal
Accenture
Sr. Manager
City University of New York
Senior Chemical Engineer
Partners Group
Infrastructure Investments
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Speakers
Todd Alexander
Chadbourne & Parke LLP
Partner
Huerta Michael
Natural Resources Capital Management
Managing Partner
Philippe Bouchard
Eos Energy Storage
Manager of Business Development
Evan Berger
Viridity Energy
Manager, Retail Programs & Services
Matthew Fairy
Pareto Energy
VP of marketing New York New England region
John Cerveny
New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium
Director of Resource Development
Moderators
Eric Stallings
Xtreme Power
VP Business Development Northeast