What's Next in Energy Storage

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Name: What's Next in Energy Storage
Date: October 26, 2017
Time: 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
Registration: Register Now
Event Description:
Storage makes renewable energy available when it’s needed the most. Peak electricity usage happens in the early morning and evening, whereas peak production of solar energy is midday and at night for wind. Given the U.S. electric grid’s lack of storage capacity, conventional power plants, including gas-fired ones, are utilities’ most reliable source of electricity.
 
 “Demand for energy storage from the utility sector will grow more than the market anticipates by 2019-20,” a report from Morgan Stanley posits. The demand for storage is expected to grow from a less than $300 million a year market to as much as $4 billion in the next two to three years. Ultimately there’s about a $30 billion market for storage units, with capacity for around 85 gigawatt-hours of power storage. That’s enough electricity to light up most of the New York City metro area for a year.
 
Join us on October 26th as we explore these developments with a group of energy executives and how NJ can be in the forefront of this growing industry.

Panelists include:


Dunbar Birnie, 
Professor & Corning/Saint Goban/Malcolm G. McLaren Chair 
    
Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University
Eva Gardow, Senior Project Manager, First Energy Technologies
Darren Hammell, President, Princeton Power Systems
Shihab Kuran, President and CEO, Power Edison

Dennis Wilson, Founder, Enersave

 
Roundtables  (4-5 pm)
  
Smart Cities
Transportation

 
Event Media:
Location:
TRI Institute
601 Prospect Avenue
Princeton, NJ 08540
Date/Time Information:
4 - 5 pm: Roundtables on Smart Regions and Transportation 
                Smart Regions:
                Gerard La Tournerie, CEO, Wexford Systems
                James Lee, Business Development Manager, Verizon
                Connected Cities
                Transportation: 
                Dunbar Birnie, Professor &
                Corning/Saint Goban/Malcolm G. McLaren Chair, 
                Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University
5 - 6 pm: Panel
6 - 7 pm: Networking reception
Contact Information:
Paul Frank
Fees/Admission:
$20 - NJ Tech Council Members
$40 - Future Members
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