ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL OF MAINE

Energy Storage: Saving for a (Renewable) Rainy Day

  • Thursday, June 18, 2015
  • 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
  • Talbot Lecture Hall, Luther Bonney building/hall, USM, 85 Bedford Street, Portland

Registration

  • Entry to E2Tech regular monthly forums from June 2015 - April 2016.
  • Must present Sunrise Guide Coupon at registration table before event.

Registration is closed



Presentations from this forum are available here:

  • Johannes Rittershausen, Managing Director, Convergent Energy + Power – A partner in New England’s first utility-scale electricity storage system
  • Geoff Sparrow, Director of Engineering, ReVision Energy – On-site distributed generation energy storage systems


Read an article about our June 18th fourm, by Kay Mann, on Energy Storage.


The case for increased renewable generation may rest on growth in the distributed and grid-scale energy storage markets and solutions to the intermittency of wind and solar – what happens when the “sun don’t shine” and the “wind don’t blow?” On-site batteries and power control systems, emerging technologies, cost trends, and the rise of a robust electric vehicle and infrastructure market will impact how Maine developers, utilities, and customers develop and operate storage systems for variable generation.


This forum will examine:
  • On-site storage – Popular technologies, emerging technologies, and cost trends.
  • Grid storage – How is the region developing storage systems for variable generation? How do we make it happen in Maine?

Speakers:
  • Johannes Rittershausen, Managing Director, Convergent Energy + Power – A partner in New England’s first utility-scale electricity storage system
  • Geoff Sparrow, Director of Engineering, ReVision Energy – On-site distributed generation energy storage systems


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