Is energy storage the game changer we’ve been looking for? Find Out February 23 at 12:00
Why is energy storage called the “Swiss Army Knife” of the electric grid? It can potentially provide many different services to enhance renewable energy, reduce unnecessary infrastructure expenses, and help smooth out demand/supply curves. But is this a good deal for customers? Is the technology ready for prime time? And is it just about batteries? Attend the next presentation for the Institute on the Environment’s Frontiers in the Environment series and find out. The presentation will feature a panel discussion moderated by Ellen Anderson, Executive Director, Energy Transition Lab. The panel will include: Brian Burandt, Connexus Energy; Ron Nelson, Attorney General’s office; Ned Mohan, Engineering Professor, University of Minnesota, and Don Fosnacht, Associate Director, Natural Resources Resource Institute. Burandt, an electric cooperative and Nelson, a ratepayer advocate, will discuss the value proposition for utilities and customers. Mohan and Fosnacht will discuss technology advances in energy storage.Join YouTube Live here for 2/23.
Date: Thursday, February 23 at 12:00 PM
Location: Digital Technology Center, Walter 402, 117 Pleasant St SE, Minneapolis