Greentech Media Webinar: Making Energy Storage Work for Utilities, November 17, 2 pm EST

  • 17 Nov 2016
Event Description

Making Energy Storage Work for Utilities
Thursday, November 17, 2 pm EST

Join Greentech Media, leaders from Puget Sound Energy and the Snohomish County Public Utilities District, along with Doosan GridTech, in an interactive session to learn about common principles in intelligent energy storage and how they can help energy storage deployments achieve maximum value as a utility-controlled asset. They will discuss the use of a scalable, utility-integrated deployment framework as well as other lessons learned about what worked well and not so well on projects developed by these firms.

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