Advances in energy technology, changing regulations, and new business models will dramatically change how the United States generates, transports, and consumes electricity in 2025. A highly networked ecosystem of two-way power flows and digitally enabled intelligent grid architecture will replace the current one-way power system that is dependent on conventional transmission and distribution infrastructure. Energy storage will be a major component of the future energy system in the United States.
Aggressive energy storage growth will be the linchpin of the energy transformation. In this Navigant Research webinar sponsored by the Energy Storage Association (ESA), Anissa Dehamna, principal research analyst at Navigant Research, and Matt Roberts, the executive director of ESA, present a vision for energy storage in the US over the next ten years —and how storage will support job growth, reduce grid operational costs, reduce emissions, and improve grid reliability. Join them to learn how today’s energy market structure and the roles of traditional stakeholders will evolve.
- Energy transformation
- Energy storage
- Energy cloud
- Virtual power plants
What does this webinar answer?
- What is the Energy Storage Vision forecast, and how does it differ from Navigant Research’s business-as-usual forecast?
- How many jobs can the industry expect to support by 2025 under this Vision case?
- What types of emissions reductions can policymakers expect thanks to the deployment of energy storage in the United States?
- How is reliability value, or value of lost load, calculated and what does this mean for stakeholders?
- How much cost savings can utilities expect from energy storage under the Energy Storage Vision forecast?
Who needs to attend?
- Energy developers
- Energy storage solutions and services providers
- Software and hardware providers
- Investor community