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Leveraging the 2019 Battery Performance Scorecard in North America

What it means for you and the industry now and moving forward

DNV GL’s 2019 Battery Performance Scorecard helps investors, lenders, developers, and EPCs inform their procurement strategies and mitigate risk over the lifetime of a project.  The presented results provide guidance to assess the suitability of supplier warranties, estimate replacement costs, and effectively manage and operate specific battery technologies. The scorecard result can help ensure that a selected technology is well matched to your intended storage application. This second annual Scorecard includes more participants and data, new chemistries, and additional discussions on battery safety.

Join us on Thursday, January 30th at 2:00 PM EST to learn about the key findings of the report, as well as important safety insights and answers to our top FAQs since its release in November 2019.  

At the end of this webinar, you’ll have answers to these common Scorecard questions and more: 

  1. What are the results of DNV GL’s Scorecard testing?
  2. How many cells have you tested?
  3. What is the value of testing?
  4. How many years of testing is in the Scorecard?
  5. How can I use the Scorecard?
  6. Will manufacturers continue to be anonymized in future reports?
  7. What’s the best battery chemistry?
  8. What do I need to know about battery safety?
This webinar is intended for:
  • Investors
  • Lenders
  • Developers
  • Manufacturers
  • EPCs

Featured Speakers: 

20200130 Jason Goodhand 200x200pxlJason Goodhand recently joined DNV GL as the global business lead for energy storage. Jason has sought to fill his career with opportunities related to new energy technologies. With over 15 years of experience in the cleantech energy sector, Jason has developed and managed businesses and projects involving grid-scale renewable energy, hydrogen fuel cells, and energy storage in Canada and the United States. Jason’s role at DNV GL comes after 10 years with international energy giant ENGIE in various roles and locations, most recently its North American Storage group. Jason holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business and a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Western Ontario.

20200130 Michael Kleinberg 200x200pxlMichael Kleinberg, PhD. is the Head of Section for DNV GL’s Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and Energy Storage team. Michael has over 10 years of industry experience specializing in energy storage, microgrids, and advanced grid analytics. Michael’s clients include regulators, utilities, market operators, project developers, and grid edge solution providers. He has led DNV GL’s technical due diligence efforts to support project finance in utility-scale and distributed storage and hybrid renewable projects being deployed across North America. His work currently includes integrated distribution resource planning, energy storage procurement support, microgrid owners engineering, and operational performance analysis of operating storage plants. Michael received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 2015.  

20200130 Davion Hill 200x200pxlDavion Hill, PhD., is an energy storage expert and business leader. He has managed DNV GL’s energy storage business in the US and globally and has built new service lines across that organization. He served as President (2015) and Chairman (2016) for NAATBatt International and was an executive board member for 8 years. He also serves on the Board of Directors for NY-BEST as Vice Chair at Large.  He is a deposed expert witness on energy storage performance and safety issues.  He is a patent holder on energy storage sensing technologies and is a well-known advisor on the topics of energy project development and financing, working with lenders and developers to mitigate project risk. He has been principle investigator for energy storage R&D programs with ARPA-e, NYSERDA, the US Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the California Energy Commission, and led and co-authored joint industry programs on hybrid marine vessels, DNV GL’s GRIDSTOR RP-0043, and was primary author of DNV GL’s first Battery Performance Scorecard. He was also primary author for the public report “Considerations for ESS Fire Safety” which answered battery fire safety questions for Consolidated Edison and FDNY in New York and addressed a significant market bottleneck. He is a thought leader frequently quoted in websites and magazines and is an accomplished author with over 60 publications. He acquired his PhD in applied materials physics from The Ohio State University in 2006. 

20200130 Victoria Carey 200x200pxlVictoria Carey is a senior consultant for DNV GL with more than 7 years of experience in the energy industry. In her role, Victoria provides technical review of various battery energy storage products to manufacturers and developers, assessing systems’ performance, safety, and warranty expectations, and independent engineering review for installations of such products. To date, she has reviewed more than 30 energy storage system product lines’ hardware and controls, visiting manufacturing sites, demo locations, and installations to validate processes, installations, and commissioning. Additionally, since 2017, Ms. Carey has conducted energy storage standards and safety consulting, research, and risk analysis for manufacturers, developers, utilities, and regulatory agencies, notably working with New York City agencies developing permitting requirements for energy storage systems under a NYSERDA initiative. She earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University.

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DNV GL’s 2019 Battery Performance Scorecard helps investors, lenders, developers, and EPCs inform their procurement strategies and mitigate risk over the lifetime of a project.  The presented results provide guidance to assess the suitability of supplier warranties, estimate replacement costs, and effectively manage and operate specific battery technologies. The scorecard result can help ensure that a selected technology is well matched to your intended storage application. This second annual Scorecard includes more participants and data, new chemistries, and additional discussions on battery safety.

Join us on Thursday, January 30th at 2:00 PM EST to learn about the key findings of the report, as well as important safety insights and answers to our top FAQs since its release in November 2019.  

At the end of this webinar, you’ll have answers to these common Scorecard questions and more: 

  1. What are the results of DNV GL’s Scorecard testing?
  2. How many cells have you tested?
  3. What is the value of testing?
  4. How many years of testing is in the Scorecard?
  5. How can I use the Scorecard?
  6. Will manufacturers continue to be anonymized in future reports?
  7. What’s the best battery chemistry?
  8. What do I need to know about battery safety?
This webinar is intended for:
  • Investors
  • Lenders
  • Developers
  • Manufacturers
  • EPCs

Featured Speakers: 

20200130 Jason Goodhand 200x200pxlJason Goodhand recently joined DNV GL as the global business lead for energy storage. Jason has sought to fill his career with opportunities related to new energy technologies. With over 15 years of experience in the cleantech energy sector, Jason has developed and managed businesses and projects involving grid-scale renewable energy, hydrogen fuel cells, and energy storage in Canada and the United States. Jason’s role at DNV GL comes after 10 years with international energy giant ENGIE in various roles and locations, most recently its North American Storage group. Jason holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business and a Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Western Ontario.

20200130 Michael Kleinberg 200x200pxlMichael Kleinberg, PhD. is the Head of Section for DNV GL’s Distributed Energy Resources (DER) and Energy Storage team. Michael has over 10 years of industry experience specializing in energy storage, microgrids, and advanced grid analytics. Michael’s clients include regulators, utilities, market operators, project developers, and grid edge solution providers. He has led DNV GL’s technical due diligence efforts to support project finance in utility-scale and distributed storage and hybrid renewable projects being deployed across North America. His work currently includes integrated distribution resource planning, energy storage procurement support, microgrid owners engineering, and operational performance analysis of operating storage plants. Michael received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 2015.  

20200130 Davion Hill 200x200pxlDavion Hill, PhD., is an energy storage expert and business leader. He has managed DNV GL’s energy storage business in the US and globally and has built new service lines across that organization. He served as President (2015) and Chairman (2016) for NAATBatt International and was an executive board member for 8 years. He also serves on the Board of Directors for NY-BEST as Vice Chair at Large.  He is a deposed expert witness on energy storage performance and safety issues.  He is a patent holder on energy storage sensing technologies and is a well-known advisor on the topics of energy project development and financing, working with lenders and developers to mitigate project risk. He has been principle investigator for energy storage R&D programs with ARPA-e, NYSERDA, the US Department of Transportation, the Federal Aviation Administration, and the California Energy Commission, and led and co-authored joint industry programs on hybrid marine vessels, DNV GL’s GRIDSTOR RP-0043, and was primary author of DNV GL’s first Battery Performance Scorecard. He was also primary author for the public report “Considerations for ESS Fire Safety” which answered battery fire safety questions for Consolidated Edison and FDNY in New York and addressed a significant market bottleneck. He is a thought leader frequently quoted in websites and magazines and is an accomplished author with over 60 publications. He acquired his PhD in applied materials physics from The Ohio State University in 2006. 

20200130 Victoria Carey 200x200pxlVictoria Carey is a senior consultant for DNV GL with more than 7 years of experience in the energy industry. In her role, Victoria provides technical review of various battery energy storage products to manufacturers and developers, assessing systems’ performance, safety, and warranty expectations, and independent engineering review for installations of such products. To date, she has reviewed more than 30 energy storage system product lines’ hardware and controls, visiting manufacturing sites, demo locations, and installations to validate processes, installations, and commissioning. Additionally, since 2017, Ms. Carey has conducted energy storage standards and safety consulting, research, and risk analysis for manufacturers, developers, utilities, and regulatory agencies, notably working with New York City agencies developing permitting requirements for energy storage systems under a NYSERDA initiative. She earned her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University.