With support from the Baker Administration, Massachusetts is poised to elevate itself into a leadership positon in energy storage. Energy storage provides a linchpin for renewables integration, grid modernization, resiliency and more efficient use of generation, transmission and distribution assets. This EBC Energy Resources Program will illuminate the developing programs and policies of the administration to kick-start the storage sector, what has been learned from recent energy storage pilots, and look to future market needs to sustain and mainstream storage deployment.
Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.
- Dwayne Breger, Director, UMass Clean Energy Extension
Administration Perspective – The Role of Energy Storage in Advancing our Clean Energy Future
- Judith Judson, Commissioner, Department of Energy Resources, Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Programs and Policies to Advance Energy Storage
- Kavita Ravi, Director of Strategic Analysis, MassCEC
- Will Lauwers, Emerging Technology Director, MassDOER
What to Look Forward to and What’s Needed – Storage Industry Perspectives
- Doug Alderton, Director – Sales, NEC Energy Solutions
- Michael E. Singer, Principal, Brightfields Development LLC
- Betty Watson, Director – Policy and Electricity Markets, SolarCity
Getting Price Signals Right – Current Rules and Future Considerations
- Andrew Kaplan, Partner, Pierce Atwood LLP
- Chris Parent, Director, Market Development, ISO-NE
- Peter Zschokke, Director of Regulatory Strategy, National Grid
The available presentations from the EBC Energy Resources Program: Energy Storage Comes to Massachusetts – Next Steps and Beyond completed on November 29, 2016, can be viewed below. Presentations are not available for download.