Silent Power Selected to Speak at 3rd Annual Storage Week

Silent Power is proud to be selected as featured speaker at the 3rd Annual Storage Week event this week in San Diego, California.  Todd Headlee will giving a presentation called “Maximizing Value Streams for Utilities by using Residential Energy Storage”.  The presentation will focus on the economic and societal benefits for putting energy storage at the edge of the grid by attaching it to residential and commercial Solar PV installations.

In the tradition of the previous two, sold-out editions of this flagship event, the expanded programming of Storage Week promises to be the ultimate networking event of the year for anyone with a stake in the integration of storage into the grid. The conference’s four separate but complementary events will cover the complete range of storage policies, markets, project applications and technologies.

Storage Week will kick off with a pair of Workshops on July 12 – Community Energy Storage and Making the Business Case For Grid-Scale Storage Projects. The two-day Energy Storage Summit (July 13 & 14) will examine the market design, policy incentives and barriers that apply to all storage systems. The Summit will be highlighted by two separate tracks: Bulk Storage and Grid Services. Storage Week will conclude on July 15 with the Technology & Investment Showcase; a future-oriented day dedicated to investment potential, market trends and astonishing new technology.

All four days of the meeting will not only tackle current policy and market barriers but will provide a robust environment for networking and deal-making between storage vendors and users as well as investors and storage companies seeking venture or growth capital. Once again, Storage Week will be the place to be this July for anyone with a stake in the integration of storage into the grid.

URL: http://www.infocastinc.com/index.php/conference/storage10


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