Thursday, July 15, 2021
As battery and long duration solutions become more viable, how do we plan for adding storage to capacity markets? How do we define the market incentives, and what are the system constraints?
Earlier this year, Sacramento Municipal Utility District announced their 2030 Clean Energy Vision, a path to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from their electric generation by 2030. Hear from newly appointed Chief Zero Carbon Officer, Lora Anguay, about why SMUD set this ambitious goal, how they plan to achieve it, and what it means for customers.
Renewables are front and center in upcoming infrastructure plans that double down on green energy and economic development. But the rise of new models can prove challenging for energy providers to fully harness these opportunities. What role does regulation play in shaping communities of the future and how does it impact the solar and storage industries specifically?
Decarbonizing transportation not only makes for cleaner air, but offers new opportunities for battery storage and backup power for the grid. This fireside chat will discuss how utilities and other organizations can plan for fleet electrification, grid challenges in electrifying fleets, and the importance of stakeholder partnerships.