Policies for Facilitating Investment and Deployment
Many consider energy storage the “holy grail” for a future transformation of electricity markets, and with good reason. The ability to store large amounts of energy has the potential to dramatically alter the economics of generation, transmission, and distribution by delivering low-cost energy with reduced emissions.
The University of Pennsylvania’s Kleinman Center for Energy Policy is organizing an invitation-only conference to examine policies that can facilitate financial investment in energy storage and accelerate commercial deployment.
Conference participants include senior executives of electric utilities, storage developers, and leading private investors in energy projects, with keynote addresses by Audrey Zibelman, Chair of the New York Public Service Commission, and William Hederman, Senior Advisor, US Department of Energy.
Please join Morgan Lewis Energy Partner and Conference Chair Ken Kulak for this important event.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
8am – 5pm