University of Wisconsin: Pyle Center
702 Langdon St, Madison, WI 53706
Grid Storage: Rapidly Reframing Wholesale Markets
Is Policy Driving Technology or is Technology Driving Policy?
8:15-8:30am Welcome Coffee
8:30-8:35 Introduction to the program and to Co-moderators, Cara Lee Mahany Braithwait, Director, Wisconsin Public Utility Institute
- Scott Williams, Research and Education Coordinator, Wisconsin Energy Institute and Wisconsin Public Utility Institute
- Jeff Anthony, Director of Membership and Business Development, Mid-west Energy Research Consortium
9:00-10:00 Keynote: The Future of Grid Storage Research and Development, George Crabtree, Director, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory George Crabtree PDF Presentation
10:15-11:00 Chasing the Magic Number, Why have storage costs declined so quickly, and how close are we to the price point where storage really takes off around the country? Bruce Beihoff, Technical Director of Industry Relations, Wisconsin Energy Institute, and Director, Technology Innovation, Mid-west Energy Research Consortium Bruce Beihoff PDF Presentation
11:00-11:30 Discussion, Jeff Anthony, Moderator
- George Crabtree
- Bruce Beihoff
11:30-12:15 Recent Storage Integration Experiences and Market Outlook, Christopher Kuhl, Director Business Development, Energy Storage Solutions, Edison Energy Services/SoCore Energy Christopher Kuhl PDF Presentation
12:15-12:30 Discussion, Jeff Anthony, Moderator
12:30-1:15 Lunch Bring lunch back to your seat for the lunch-time speaker
12:45-1:15 State of Charge — Optimizing Storage Applications for Maximum Benefits Massachusetts recently released a report evaluating various use cases for storage in order to optimize grid benefits and understand policy implications for the state.
Jacqueline DeRosa, Vice President of Emerging Technologies, Customized Energy Solutions Jacqueline DeRosa PDF Presentation
1:30-2:00 MISO’s Perspective on Grid Storage, How is the value of energy storage different in MISO’s footprint compared to other wholesale markets? Rao Konidena, Principal Advisor, Policy Studies, MISO Rao Konidena PFD Presentation
2:00-2:45 The Business Case and Legal Challenges for Energy Storage, Michael Allen, Attorney, Energy Law Wisconsin
Energy Storage has been compared to a Swiss Army Knife in its flexibility and utility to the electric grid. However, to make full use of the potential benefits that Energy Storage offers, you need to be aware of and navigate your way around potential legal impediments and understand the rules of markets that have not yet reached full maturity. This presentation will take a hard look at Energy Storage’s future promise vs. current reality. It will also share very recent developments that are changing energy storage markets today. Michael Allen PDF Presentation
2:45-3:15 Closing the Loop, How can we get advanced batteries to the same point of recyclability as lead acid batteries? Michael Andrew, Director of Academic and Technical Programs, Johnson Controls – Power Solutions
Keynote Speaker: George Crabtree, Director, Joint Center for Energy Storage Research, Argonne National Laboratory
Your registration fee includes materials and meals/breaks.