고정형 에너지 저장 기술
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8:00 am Workshop Registration
8:30-11:30 Pre-Conference Workshops* [View Workshop Details Here]
W1: Battery Safety Tutorial
W2: Stationary Battery Market Trends and Forecast
W3: BESS Grid Integration 101: Electric Power System Considerations, Existing Applications, and Future Opportunities for Battery Energy Storage Systems
* Separate registration required.
12:00 pm Main Conference Registration
고정형 에너지 저장 기술의 필요 사항：시장, 정책, 경제
1:15 Organizer's Opening Remarks
Mary Ann Brown, Executive Director, Conferences, Knowledge Foundation, a Part of Cambridge EnerTech
1:20 Chairperson's Opening Remarks
Reyad Fezzani, Chairman & CEO, Regenerate Power
1:30 KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Craig Miller, Senior Program Manager, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Inc. (NRECA)
2:15 Energy Storage Project Development
Elliot Hinds, J.D., Partner, Energy, Crowell & Moring LLP
2:45 Estimating Revenue from Energy Storage in Market Areas
Raymond Byrne, Ph.D., Distinguished Member, Technical Staff, Data Analysis and Exploitation Department, Sandia National Laboratories
Estimating potential revenue from energy storage is the first step in evaluating the feasibility of an energy storage project. In market areas, it is possible to use historical market data, combined with an optimization algorithm, to estimate the maximum potential revenue from energy storage. The presentation focuses on arbitrage as well as arbitrage plus frequency regulation, with results from CAISO, ERCOT, PJM, ISO NE, and Singapore.
3:15 Sponsored Presentation (Opportunity Available)
3:30 Refreshment Break
4:00 Utility Storage Needs - An Evolving Market
Thomas A. Lovas, Senior Program Manager & Consultant, Cooperative Research Network/Business & Technology, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, Inc. (NRECA)
The dynamics of today's energy storage market are characterized by both technological innovation and the expanding interest in enhancing electric system performance through storage. Electric cooperatives are rapidly embracing storage and are considering a variety of applications. The development of use cases and case studies are underway to support effective storage implementation within a diverse community of electric systems.
4:30 Sizing and Costing Energy Storage for the Grid
Vincent Battaglia, Ph.D., Head, Energy Storage, Energy Storage and Distributed Resources, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
5:00 PANEL DISCUSSION: BESSs: Lessons Learned and Future Solutions
Flexibility is a key aspect of integrating renewables into the grid. Batteries provide advantages for storing and managing intermittent power sources and for usage fluctuations. This panel gathers experts in energy strategy, policy, market development and regulations to discuss the benefits and challenges of implementing stationary energy storage.
Reyad Fezzani, Chairman & CEO, Regenerate Power
Vincent Battaglia, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Raymond Byrne, Sandia National Laboratories
Thomas A. Lovas, NRECA
Elliot Hinds, J.D., Crowell & Moring LLP
Craig Miller, NRECA
6:00 Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing
7:00 Close of Day
7:30 am Java and Jive Breakfast Breakout Discussion Groups
Grab coffee and breakfast and join a discussion group. These are moderated discussions with brainstorming and interactive problem solving, allowing conference participants from diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas and experiences and develop future collaborations around a focused topic.
고정형 에너지 저장 기술의 필요 사항：데이터 수집과 분석의 통합
8:30 Chairperson's Remarks
Juan Gomez, Ph.D., PE, Director, University of Texas at San Antonio - Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute
8:35 A Technical Perspective in Developing an Energy Storage Project - What to Do, Know, and Watch Out For
Daniel Borneo, PE, Engineering Program/Project Lead, Sandia National Laboratories
As more Energy Storage (ES) projects are being implemented, it is important to understand how best to design the power and energy requirements of an ES system so that it is most cost effective. This talk discusses lessons learned from the portfolio of projects that Sandia is involved with. In addition, we discuss other aspects of developing a successful ES project, including commissioning, testing, data acquisition, applications and operations.
9:05 Unlocking the Potential of Energy Storage Using Big Data
Tal Sholklapper, Ph.D., CEO and Co-Founder, Voltaiq, Inc.
The deployment of energy storage in conjunction with renewable solar energy opens up a variety of new use cases and revenue streams, including resilient microgrids, grid balancing and demand response. Unfortunately, today's batteries are poorly understood in these applications, leading to restrictive operating conditions that limit financial viability and expose organizations to excessive liability. In this presentation, we highlight how data collected from across the battery lifecycle -- from integration testing to real-world use -- can be harnessed using machine learning algorithms to unlock the potential of energy storage.
9:35 Managing Supply Voltages and Power Flows in a Distribution Grid with Residential Battery Storage Co-Located with Solar PV
Elizabeth Ratnam, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, The Berkeley Energy and Climate Institute, University of California, Berkeley
We propose an optimization-based algorithm for coordinating residential battery storage to manage bi-directional power flows in a distribution grid. Our objectives are twofold: (1) to reduce peak loads approaching a network capacity, and (2) to improve voltages delivered to residential customers with solar PV. To assess the distributor benefit, the algorithm is applied to a GridLAB-D distribution model. Our results confirm that the algorithm improves supply voltages and reduces peak load.
10:05 Sponsored Presentation (Opportunity Available)
10:20 Coffee Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing
고정형 에너지 저장 기술의 필요 사항：강력한 파트너십
11:00 Evaluation of Flow Battery Performance for a Variety of Applications
Juan Gomez, Ph.D., PE, Interim Director and Research Director, Texas Sustainable Energy Research Institute, The University of Texas at San Antonio
Co-Presenters to be Announced
Two flow battery chemistries at two different capacities are tested. The objective of the industry-university collaborative effort is to evaluate the ability and viability of the flow batteries for providing a variety of services ranging from demand-response, peak shaving and load shifting to frequency regulation and ancillary services. The presentation highlights results from both the performance and functional testing phases.
11:45 Unlocking System Value with Battery Gas Turbine Hybrid Applications
Joseph Heinzmann, Senior Account Manager, GE Energy Storage, General Electric
Co-Presenter to be Announced
The LM6000 Hybrid EGT product integrates a 10 MW battery energy storage system from current and an existing GE LM6000 aeroderivative gas turbine with control system upgrades provided by GE's Power Services. The system will allow the turbine to operate in standby mode without using fuel and enable immediate response to changing energy dispatch needs. By eliminating the need to constantly run the turbines at minimum loads to maintain spinning reserves, the LM6000 Hybrid EGT will save fuel, reduce maintenance costs and cut down on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
12:30 pm Luncheon Presentation (Sponsorship Opportunity Available) or Enjoy Lunch on Your Own
1:00 Session Break
고정형 에너지 저장 기술의 필요 사항：에너지 저장 시스템의 이용
2:00 Chairperson's Remarks
Brad Fiebig, Energy Storage Product Manager, Lockheed Martin (invited)
2:05 Battery System Development: Addressing Key Topics in Terms of Safety, Reliability, Efficiency and Cost Reduction on a System Level
Neil Maguire, CEO, Adara Power Inc.
Lithium-ion batteries have great advantages versus traditional chemistries such as lead-acid and nickel-based batteries. The engineering challenge is to ensure these advantages are delivered safely. Adara Power's founder and CEO, who is an expert in safety analysis and engineering, discusses how having experience with advanced electronics from silicon chips to full systems based on automotive requirements is imperative to designing and manufacturing safe, reliable energy storage systems.
2:35 Caterpillar's Micro-Grid System - Present Energy Storage and Future Needs
John Votoupal, Research Specialist, Energy & Transportation Technology, Caterpillar, Inc.
Caterpillar's micro-grid presently consists of traditional diesel gensets, wind turbines, photovoltaic panels, and energy storage, with the energy storage elements presently consisting of traditional and advanced energy storage systems. Some applications and future needs will be reviewed.
3:05 System Hybridization to Minimize Life Cycle Costs
R. Shaw Lynds, MS, Systems Research Manager, Systems Research, Maxwell Technologies
We present an overview of Maxwell's grid energy storage demonstrations, and technical approaches for system hybridization of ultracapacitors and batteries.
3:35 Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall with Poster Viewing
4:00 Improving Energy Storage Project Economics through Optimized Energy Storage System Design
Brad Fiebig, Energy Storage Product Manager, Lockheed Martin
For grid-scale energy storage to succeed in the utility and C&I marketplace, battery module prices must decrease, but so must the installation and balance of system costs, all the while improving durability, safety, and intelligence to maximize value. As the energy storage industry matures and begins to serve a much broader range of applications, it will become increasingly important for the industry to transition from custom, individually engineered systems to pre-designed and certified energy storage systems enabling rapid, scalable, reliable, and cost-effective deployment. What are the key system-level design considerations for productized, pre-engineered energy storage solutions? This presentation discusses many of these key system-level design considerations for productized, pre-engineered energy storage solutions, including but not limited to:
4:30 Addressing Peak Energy Demand with the Tesla Powerpack
Archan Padmanabhan, Lead, Energy Products & Analytics, Tesla
Tesla's Powerpack systems offer a modular and versatile storage solution for C&I customer and utilities alike. With over a 100MWh of installed systems, Tesla has successfully deployed software for one of the key value propositions with storage, peak demand management. This presentation provides an overview of Tesla's integrated Powerpack system and optimization capabilities.
5:00 Close of Conference
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