Date: December 20, 2022
Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES) is the next chapter in the evolution toward a resilient, low-carbon electricity grid. By 2040, electricity grids will need to deploy between 85 and 140 TWh of storage capacity; that is 8 to 15 more than today.
As more variable renewable energy plants connect to the grid and more fossil-fired capacity, is decommissioned, LDES technologies are gaining ground as key players in the grid.
The challenge now is to understand the economics of different long-duration storage technologies, their Levelized cost of storage (LCOS), and how to utilize resources to decide which technology to deploy on your project.
Find out more about the economic and operational benefits of long-duration energy storage by analyzing a range of technologies such as flow batteries pumped hydro, liquid air, and many more.
Achieve the lowest Levelized Cost of Storage (LCOS) in your project by implementing best practices in project design, construction, and operation.
Get an insider’s view of how commercial and technology risks of storage proposals are evaluated by financial institutions and how to mitigate these risks.
Venue: Online – Webinar
Time: December 9:00 PST / 12:00 EST / 18:00 CET
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