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Panel 08 May 2024

The decision to deploy an energy storage system on a utility grid comes with many considerations besides the capital outlay. The kinds of questions and potential impact of decisions made during each step of the energy storage project lifecycle are discussed in this panel session with an emphasis on lessons learned from fielded projects. Topics include: What are the different kinds of viable energy storage technologies that offer the best combination of upfront cost, safety, and levelized cost of energy (LCOE) for your application? How do current Codes, Standards, and Regulations impact the language to be included in your Request for Proposal (RFP)? What are some of the pitfalls and hurdles you will face during commissioning and how to plan for them? What are the challenges in setting up a distributed data collection system and what data is even important? How do you plan for end of system life considering the recycling/disposal of battery components and associated challenges?

Chairs:
Waylon Clark, Atri Bera
Primary Committee:
Energy Storage & Stationary Battery
Sponsor Committees:
Energy Storage & Stationary Battery

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