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Energy Storage for Renewables Integration

Challenges and Successes Developing Solutions for Wind & Solar Assets

January 13, 2015 - 2:00 pm EST

Although wind and solar PV resources offer low-carbon, reasonably priced energy, they are inflexible and cannot respond to demand for electricity in the same way a thermal resource can.  In addition, when wind and solar reach certain levels of penetration on a grid system –levels that are different for every grid – there are technical and market effects that grid operators must contend with, including demand/supply curves, negative pricing, and voltage disruptions.  Energy storage has become a powerful and appealing alternative to upgrading grid infrastructure to solve these challenges. Featuring Anissa Dehamna, Senior Research Analyst with Navigant Research, and Parag…
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Electric Vehicles and the Grid

Business Opportunities for Vehicle-to-Grid Integration Technologies

February 10, 2015 - 2:00 pm EST

The growing number of plug in electric vehicles (PEVs) on roads will likely have profound impacts on the grid if the adoption of PEVs is not aligned with the spread of vehicle-grid integration (VGI) technologies. These VGI technologies enable grid operators to communicate with the PEV or its associated electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE), to control the flow of power between the grid and the vehicle depending on grid conditions. The adoption of these technologies presents significant market opportunities for both grid operators and the automotive industry – but it is contingent upon cooperation between two industries that were, until…
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Innovations in Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning

Energy Efficiency, Indoor Air Quality, and Advanced Controls

December 9, 2014 - 2:00 pm EST

The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning of buildings have a profound impact on human interaction with the world, from interior climate to climate change.  Although a variety of technologies have been developed to improve occupant comfort and manage energy consumption in buildings, the adoption of these technologies has been slow.  Nevertheless, revenue from advanced HVAC controls, according to Navigant Research, is expected to exceed $11 billion by 2023. Featuring research… Listen To Replay

The Home as a Micro Power Plant

New Technologies to Help Homeowners Solve the Energy Equation

November 11, 2014 - 2:00 pm EST

New technologies are enabling residential customers to become more than just energy consumers.  An increasing number of residential customers are also generating some of their own power, mainly from solar PV panels, and selling excess energy back to utilities.  Coupled with advances in energy storage and home energy management, these developments will enable more residential customers to store the energy they generate for later use.  These distributed generation and storage… Listen To Replay

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