Power and renewables

North American Solar plus Storage: bigger, better, and more complex

Energy storage solar storage webinar

Transition Faster webinar series: unveiling the power of storage

Renewable generation is a cornerstone of the energy transition. As wind and solar increase their penetration into North American energy markets, grid operators are grappling with intermittent supply that may not align with demand. Hybrid systems, specifically solar+storage, offer greater capabilities than solar or wind alone by allowing energy smoothing, firming, and shifting.

While still relatively new, solar+storage plants in North America have been getting bigger, more advanced, and more complex in an effort to maximize project revenue and meet the evolving needs of the grid. This webinar features leading experts within DNV GL and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power that will discuss AC vs DC coupling, hybrid plant services and battery energy storage system (BESS) control, impacts on facility energy production and efficiencies, battery usage and degradation, and some case studies within the California market. The presenters will illustrate how solar+storage plants are a viable solution to inject stability and reliability into the grid while adding a valuable incremental revenue stream—if done right.

To hear from our panel of experts, join us on:

  • Tuesday, 10 November at 1 PM EST (North America)

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Renewable generation is a cornerstone of the energy transition. As wind and solar increase their penetration into North American energy markets, grid operators are grappling with intermittent supply that may not align with demand. Hybrid systems, specifically solar+storage, offer greater capabilities than solar or wind alone by allowing energy smoothing, firming, and shifting.

While still relatively new, solar+storage plants in North America have been getting bigger, more advanced, and more complex in an effort to maximize project revenue and meet the evolving needs of the grid. This webinar features leading experts within DNV GL and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power that will discuss AC vs DC coupling, hybrid plant services and battery energy storage system (BESS) control, impacts on facility energy production and efficiencies, battery usage and degradation, and some case studies within the California market. The presenters will illustrate how solar+storage plants are a viable solution to inject stability and reliability into the grid while adding a valuable incremental revenue stream—if done right.

To hear from our panel of experts, join us on:

  • Tuesday, 10 November at 1 PM EST (North America)

Agenda

Energy Storage: unveiling the power of storage

Part 1 

10 November 2020

 

Session

North American Solar+Storage: bigger, better, and more complex

This webinar will explore:

  • System design and metering
  • Siting (market trends that guide to regional siting)
  • Current trends Economics/market drivers
  • Offtake and revenue opportunities
  • Curtailment
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Global market outlook
  • Solar+storage case studies

Speaker

Ryan Guay

Vice President – Renewable Power Group at Goldman Sachs

Jamie Daggett

Director of Energy Storage Engineering at DNV GL

Brian Warshay

Principal Subject Matter Expert Energy Storage at DNV GL

Reem Bashatly

Senior Consultant Energy Storage at DNV GL

Mohammed Muthalib

Senior Consultant Storage and Grid Edge Intelligence at DNV GL

Location

online