The stationary energy storage market is projected to grow from $9.1 billion (15.2 Gwh) in 2019 to $111.8 billion (222.7 Gwh) by 2035, at a CAGR of 18.3%.* Within this sector, utility-scale long-duration storage is of growing importance in enabling the utilization of renewables by utilities, energy providers, and large C&I end users. In addition to renewables integration, services include grid inertia, frequency regulation, and alleviating transmission constraints. After several years of VC investment and promising but limited demonstrations, long-duration storage is poised to play an important role in the coming energy transition worldwide.
The Long-Duration Energy Storage Forum
on November 16-17, 2021 in Sacramento focuses on promising technologies for enabling this service on the grid, as well as business models and case studies of current deployments. Insights from industry experts will provide up-to-date perspectives on technology options, as well as a potential roadmap for moving toward widespread implementation.
In order for California to reach its goal of eliminating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its electricity sector by 2045, the state will need to deploy between 45GW and 55GW of long-duration energy storage, a recent study by the California Energy Storage Alliance has found. This Forum is a unique opportunity to network face-to-face with key technology innovators, regulatory professionals, and energy providers who are driving long-duration energy storage development and implementation in the state, and nationwide. Be sure to register today!
Topics to be Addressed Include:
- Integration into grid operations and networks
- Flow Batteries, gravity-based systems, and thermal storage
- Advanced Compressed Air Storage
- Software for enabling long-duration storage aggregation
- Green hydrogen for seasonal storage
- Pumped hydro
- Business models, demos and deployment plans
- State of government policies, regulations, incentives and tax credits
- Applications for microgrids and large C&I end users
- Investor interest and activity
- Case studies and lessons learned
- Long-duration storage versus sector coupling to chemicals or transporation
- Directions forward and success strategies for industry and regulators
- Network strategists and executives at investor-owned, municipal, and rural utilities
- Grid operations engineers and planners
- Consultants and system integrators
- Energy storage technology developers and vendors
- Regulatory and standards professionals
- Power control solutions providers
- Researchers, analysts and academic professionals
- Renewable energy providers and technology vendors
- Financial and venture capital professionals
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