ESNA Solar + Storage Summit, powered by Strategen and ESI

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Interested in how to incorporate energy storage into your business?

Energy Storage North America’s Solar+Storage Summit is a one-day deep dive into market opportunities for solar+storage in California, the first program of its kind, specifically targeted toward the solar installer and integrator community. Highlights of the summit include a review of global energy storage trends, and the resulting impacts to both in-front-of-the-meter and behind-the-meter solar value propositions. The business case for innovative commercial/industrial and residential solar+storage projects will be addressed, along with hands-on practical advice for how installers and integrators can incorporate storage into future solar projects from a sales, system design, procurement, and asset management perspective.  

California Public Utilities Commissioner Carla Peterman, the assigned commissioner for renewables, storage and alternative-fueled vehicles, will address the role of solar+storage for California’s clean energy future. Produced jointly by experts on grid storage and solar, Strategen and Energy Storage International, ESNA’s Solar+Storage Summit provides solar installers and integrators with essential insight for how to successfully engage in California’s large and rapidly evolving clean energy marketplace going forward. 

Cost: $445 USD *
*Registration includes access to the show floor and technical training theaters

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Schedule

Time Event Location
8:00 am-8:10 am Welcome Room 5AB
8:10 am - 9:00 am Keynote Panel: Global Energy Storage Update Room 5AB
This session will explore the global energy storage drivers, trends, applications and solutions being deployed, covering both in-front-of-the-meter and behind the meter applications, and implications for solar+storage opportunities.
SPEAKERS:
Logan Goldie-Scot,  Head of Energy Storage Analysis at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)
Chelle Izzi,  Executive Director Distributed Energy Resources, NextEra Energy Resources
9:00 am - 9:30 am Keynote Presentation: California’s Clean Energy Future: The Role of Solar, Storage and Alternative Fueled Vehicles Room 5AB
This session will explore the historic context of why California is leading the world in grid storage, and elaborate on current developments. The role of energy storage, renewables and the electrification of transportation in achieving California’s clean energy future will be explained, including what this will mean for solar+storage opportunities going forward.
SPEAKERS:
Commissioner Carla J. Peterman, California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC)
Assigned commissioner to energy storage, renewables and alternative fueled vehicles
9:45 am - 10:45 am Visit the Show Floor Theater to hear the session What California's New TOU Rates Mean For Your Business
Hall A- Show Floor Theater
11:00 am - 11:45 am Business Case and Value Proposition for Behind-the-Meter C&I Solar+Storage Applications in California Room 5AB
This session will present commercially-deployed examples of the value proposition of commercial & industrial solar+storage applications, including demand charge/bill management, and aggregated wholesale and utility contracted grid services.
SPEAKERS:
Vic Shao, Founder and Chairman of Engie Storage
11:45am - 12:30 pm Business Case and Value Proposition for Behind-the-Meter Residential Solar+Storage in California Room 5AB
This session will present commercially-deployed examples of the value proposition of residential solar+storage applications, including rate design impacts and implications of EV charging and emergency backup capabilities.
12:30 - 1:30 pm Networking Lunch & Exhibits Hall A
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Solar+Storage System Design (C&I and Residential): How to Optimize PV, Inverter and Storage Capacity to create a compelling value proposition. Room 5AB
This mini workshop will provide practical guidance on how to size the inverter and storage solution for a variety of real world use cases (microgrid, C&I demand charge management, residential with backup), including the role of software optimization and implications to the customer value proposition
SPEAKERS:
Doug Staker, VP Global Business Development at Demand Energy Networks/ENEL
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm Solar+Storage Procurement (C&I and Residential): How to Buy, Finance and Own Storage – Evaluating and Communicating the True Cost of Ownership Room 5AB
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Networking Break & Exhibits Hall A
4:00 pm - 4:30 pm How to Succeed in the Self Generation Incentive Program (SGIP) Room 5AB
California’s Self Generation Incentive Program, the largest program of its kind in the world, provides commercialization incentives for behind-the-meter energy storage. This session will provide practical tips for accessing storage incentives for residential and C&I applications, as well as an overview of participation statistics to date, and an update on reforms currently underway.
SPEAKERS:
Andrea Woodall, Project Manager at Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE)
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Commercially-Available BTM Solutions Panel Room 5AB
This session will provide quick, five-minute overviews from an array of commercially-available storage solution providers; covering both C&I and residential applications, and an opportunity for real-time Q&A.
SPEAKERS:
Ralph Fallant, Sales Director at Storage Solutions at Nextracker
John Wood, CEO of Ecoult
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Networking Reception at barleymash barleymash