California’s Market-Making Energy Storage Procurement Process: Upcoming RFOs and Industry Perspectives
Thursday, July 10, 2014:
1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time
California’s energy storage market is poised to grow at a rate unprecedented in the United States, and industry players are gearing up to seize this upcoming opportunity. Under California’s AB 2514, the state’s investor-owned utilities must procure 1.3 gigawatts of energy storage between 2014 and 2020. The first Requests for Offers for procurement under this program will be released in December of 2014. In addition, Southern California Edison is already in the process of procuring a minimum of 50 MW of energy storage resources as part of its Local Capacity Requirements RFO issued last December. How much new energy storage do the IOUs intend to procure? What kinds of projects will be eligible? How will storage project owners be compensated for the differing services they provide to utilities, the CAISO, and retail customers? What do developers, innovators and investors need to know about this new market?
This webinar will explore the burgeoning energy storage market in California and seek to address these questions. The panel will bring together a California utility representative actively involved in current energy storage procurement and the development of the 2014 RFO, energy storage developers and innovators, and regulatory and project development practitioners. The webinar will begin with a brief review of the California Public Utilities Commission’s energy storage framework decision and an update on what the IOUs have made public about procurement plans and the upcoming RFOs thus far. From there, the presenters will discuss open questions about the RFOs, their perspectives on the storage opportunity, and implications for the energy storage industry beyond California.
Tim Derrick, Energy Storage, SUNEDISON
Timothy Hennessey, President and Chief Operating Officer, IMERGY POWER SYSTEMS
Peter Mostow, Partner, WILSON SONSINI GOODRICH & ROSATI
Sheridan Pauker, Regulatory Counsel, WILSON SONSINI GOODRICH & ROSATI
Rosalie Roth, Energy Contracts Origination, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON
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