This webinar will explore how to value and deploy these technologies, and the policies that will allow these technologies to improve power quality and asset optimization on the distribution system. We will describe some of the questions regarding the regulatory and economic definitions of energy storage, and what performance specifications are suitable or adequate to qualify for value. We will also provide a survey of answers provided in pilot demonstrations and deployments designed to improve grid integration of renewable generation through vehicle charging.
Questions and Answers on Storage and Vehicle Charging as Renewables Arrive with Mike Jacobs and Peter O'Connor
Posted: 4 Feb 2016
Authors:Mike Jacobs and Peter O'Connor
Primary Committee:IEEE Smart Grid Webinar Series
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