Wednesday, February 3, 2021
What does the road ahead look like for energy storage as Congress moves forward with a divided House and Senate, a significant public health crisis, economic recovery priorities, and democratic process crises? Former and current Congressional staff discuss their perspectives on the year ahead, the opportunities for legislative action and how industry leaders can help move the agenda forward.
How will the Biden-Harris Administration address tariffs on storage, new power sector supply chain control regulations, and expanded DOE authorities on energy storage? What, if any, executive actions will affect the near-term future of storage?
Thursday, February 4, 2021
Following FERC Order 841, wholesale markets have moved to reforming the capacity accreditation of storage, setting up rules for hybrid resources, incorporating energy storage into transmission planning, and establishing a path for distributed storage aggregations. This panel of RTO/ISO executives will discuss the key market changes that will shape opportunities for energy storage in years to come.
As the leader of Connecticut’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority, Chairman Marissa Gillett is undertaking a reformation of the utility regulatory compact while advancing state policy goals in the context regional wholesale market. Chair Gillett will discuss how she sees the role of regulators in doing right for their customers and their states, as well as the role of storage in that effort.
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