Energy Events ARCHIVE
U.S. Energy Storage SummitTuesday, December 12, 2017 to Wednesday, December 13, 2017
The U.S. Energy Storage Summit brings together utilities, financiers, regulators, technology innovators, and storage practitioners for two days of data-intensive presentations, analyst-led panel sessions with industry leaders, and extensive networking opportunities. The event will begin with an overview of the current energy storage market on both sides of the meter, examining utility strategies, policies, and market designs. On Day 2, attendees will take a closer look at emerging technologies, business models, and financing strategies.
Seventhwave Webinar: Electric Submeters: Market and Technology TrendsThursday, December 7, 2017
Thanks to technology trends such as the Internet of Things, cloud computing and the use of mobile devices; the business case for submeters is expanding. These crucial informants offer granular energy consumption data. That data feeds energy management software and services which reveal actionable insights and enable facility and organizational changes.
This Seventhwave webinar will discuss strategies that can help to: articulate the benefits of submetering if applied and used effectively, discuss the different technologies available for submetering, explain the challenges associated with submeter deployment, and describe the results of submetering.
What Does Energy Storage Success Look Like?Thursday, December 7, 2017
This webinar, hosted by Greentech Media, will explore how battery energy storage technology has changed over the past decade and what innovations are on the horizon. Topics covered include market drivers, regulations, and opportunities for the future of energy storage.
MREA Online Course: Safety and Best Practices for PV InstallersMonday, December 4, 2017 to Sunday, December 31, 2017
This two-hour, self-paced, online course presented by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association (MREA) covers basic safety and ergonomic best practices for those who are currently, or planning to become a PV installer. It includes many of the task steps listed in the NABCEP PV Associate Job Task Analysis (JTA). Free course registration offered until December 22, 2017.
DOE Office of Indian Energy Webinar: Essential Tribal and Utility RelationshipsWednesday, November 29, 2017
Electric utilities that serve tribal loads can provide a number of beneficial services that are essential to tribal self-sufficiency and self-determination, as well as strengthening economic development opportunities on Indian lands. Services can include customized rate tariffs, line extensions, and energy services. Additionally, utilities can become partners with tribal organizations on a variety of energy efficiency, renewable energy, and power generation projects and programs. Tribal representatives can also attend utility meetings and join utility advisory groups and boards to play a greater role in the utility's governance. Tribal organizations can also form their own electric utilities if the local utility does not meet the current or future needs of the tribal organization.
MREA Online Course: Basic PhotovoltaicsMonday, November 27, 2017 to Friday, December 22, 2017
This four-week online course teaches the fundamentals of photovoltaic systems. Participants will learn how photovoltaic (PV) systems work, diagram the four PV system types, describe and identify components, understand the best application and limitations of each system type, define the solar window, make energy efficiency recommendations, estimate system loads, and understand the basics of PV site assessment.
MREA Online Course: PV Site Assessor TrainingMonday, November 27, 2017 to Friday, December 22, 2017
Participants in this four-week online course will learn how to perform a PV site assessment for a home or small business. The course will cover site assessment tools, load analysis, energy efficiency recommendations, array placement options, basic system sizing, cost estimates, and evaluating existing infrastructure on site.
MREA Online Course: Navigating the National Electrical CodeMonday, November 27, 2017 to Friday, December 22, 2017
This six-hour online course introduces learners to the National Electrical Code (NEC). Designed for first-time users and beginning or non-electricians, this course explores the layout, format, and language of the Code. Participants will become familiar with the contents of the NEC by exploring Chapters, Articles, and Tables, and will learn how to effectively navigate the NEC.
Principles and Policies for Low- and Moderate-Income SolarFriday, November 17, 2017
This is the second in a two-part US Department of Energy (DOE) webinar course on low- and moderate-income (LMI) solar policy and principles. The webinar course is being offered for participants in DOE’s Solar in Your Community Challenge, but all are welcome to attend.
Resilient Solar for Affordable HousingThursday, November 16, 2017
This webinar examines a case study from the CUNY Smart DG Hub’s Resilient Solar Project on the solar+storage microgrid system at the Marcus Garvey affordable housing complex in Brooklyn, NY, a neighborhood that experiences rolling blackouts more frequently than other parts of the city. The housing complex uses its solar+storage microgrid system to cut electricity costs, improve grid reliability, and provide resilient backup power for tenants during extended outages. The $1.3 million project was part of a larger $50 million rehabilitation and energy improvement project for the property and features an anticipated 6.6 year system payback for the battery storage.