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Behind The Meter: Energy Storage At Different Scales

Tuesday, Feb 2, 2016

As energy policies, technologies, and markets shift to encourage more energy efficient buildings and a decentralized energy system, energy storage within individual buildings will play a fundamental role in helping meet City and State goals and in driving down the use of fossil fuel energy sources. In the New York region there are a variety of initiatives and programs of different scales that incentivize energy storage technologies. This includes, but is not limited to, Governor Cuomo's Reforming the Vision, NYSERDA's Clean Power Technology Innovation program, and NY-BEST. Speakers will present the technical components of storage systems of different scales, showcase leading projects, and discuss their relationship to demand response and grid stress.

Sponsor: Building Energy Exchange (BEEx)

Date: Tuesday, February 2, 9:00 - 10:30 am

Location: Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chamber Street, Suite 609

Speakers: Jesse Remillard, Project Engineer - Energy & Resource Solutions & Doug Staker, Vice President - Demand Energy Networks will discuss the "behind the meter" market in NYC and the implementation drivers for the regulator and utilities.

A moderated discussion led by H.G. Chissell, Chief Commercial Officer - GridMarket LLC will follow the presentations.

RSVP: BEEx
This program is available for 1.5 AIA CEU's


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