Workshop: Energy Storage 201

Room: Room 607
Date: Tuesday, April 18, 2017
Time: 3:30PM - 5:30PM MDT

During this pre-conference workshop, get Insights into the key design features that drive energy, ancillary service and capacity market price formation. This is a continuation of the of our ES 101 workshop but is also standalone as an in-depth session on markets and business models for energy storage success.

Facilitators will cover rules in the seven U.S. wholesale markets including requirements for distributed aggregations and wholesale demand response. They will also look at pending wholesale market design changes and the implications of such changes on the value proposition.

Facilitators will review additional market drivers and opportunities, including changes that are happening at the state level that can influence the evolution of the wholesale markets.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how energy, ancillary services, and capacity markets apply to energy storage
  • Identify new market design features being considered that can influence the value proposition of energy storage
  • See where and how state programs could further develop the energy storage market potential