Energy Storage Summit 2010


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"This is a must attend event featuring case studies, stakeholder-driven panels, and peer-to-peer dialogue designed to help you break barriers to adoption for multi-scale storage applications.

What’s new for 2010? • Closing the pilot-to-commercialization gap by ramping up project deployment, working with key stakeholders to speed processes and take advantage of new technologies • Forming partnerships and accelerating project implementation by understanding diverse storage stakeholder perspectives and bottom lines to deliver faster ROI’s • Creating new opportunities through federal and state-based incentive programs • Executing best-practices for developing low-risk, cost effective projects by utilizing real world business intelligence • Optimizing operations by integrating storage assets with existing portfolios

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Energy Storage Summit 2010

  1. 1. Register Before 3/26/2010 and Pay Only $999 (conference only) proudly presents the... See page 7 Energy 2nd Storage Summit TM May 24-26, 2010 San Diego, CA Accelerating the Next Generation Storage Market: Exploring Policy Landscapes, Stakeholder Propositions, Business Models, and the Latest Innovations Featuring case studies, stakeholder-driven panels, Hear from today’s leading and peer-to-peer dialogue designed to help you energy practitioners: break barriers to adoption for multi-scale storage applications Tom Bailek Chief Engineer- Smart Grid San Diego Gas & Electric Hal La Flash What’s new for 2010? Director, Emerging Clean Technologies PG&E Closing the pilot-to-commercialization gap John Del Monaco by ramping up project deployment, working with Manager Emerging Technology and Strategy key stakeholders to speed processes and taking advantage of new technologies; PSEG Corp. Forming partnerships and accelerating project implementation by understanding diverse storage stakeholder perspectives and Hear best-practices from diverse bottom lines to deliver faster ROIs; stakeholders: Creating new opportunities through federal PG&E UC Davis and state-based incentive programs; Electric Power Mohr Davidow Executing best-practices for developing low- Research Institute Ventures risk, cost-effective projects by utilizing real world business intelligence; and Day Pitney LLP UC San Diego Optimizing operations by integrating storage Canaan Partners Horizon Energy Group assets with existing portfolios. Sandia National U.S. Department of Laboratories Energy San Diego Gas & PSEG Corp. Media Partner Electric The Federal Energy Natural Resources Regulatory Commission Defence Council The California Center SEMPRA for Sustainable Energy • 1-800-882-8684
  2. 2. Energy 2nd Who will attend: Storage CFOs, CIOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, and Managers responsible for: • Research & Development Summit TM May 24-26, 2010 • Transmission & Distribution San Diego, CA • Generation • Business Development Accelerating the Next Generation Storage Market: • Smart Grid Exploring Policy Landscapes, Stakeholder Propositions, Business Models, • Federal Affairs & Public Policy and the Latest Innovations • Corporate Strategy • Information Technology • Asset Management Dear Colleague, • Electric Operations Energy storage technologies are a primary facet of America’s future energy industry and infrastructure. Without an effective means to stor energy, several negative conditions e including raised volatility, reduced will continue to inhibit the sector, About the organizer: stability and reliability, threatened security, and hindered capacity to expand. With the energy industry Energy & Utilities rapidly evolving, effective utilizatio n of energy storage technologies IQ, a division of diminishes each of these challeng es and will thereby lead to a mor IQPC, is dedicated efficient market that costs less to e operate, is more responsive to mar to providing practical, detailed information changes, and is more reliable in the ket event of disruption. through conferences, training programs, In the past, barriers to energy stor webinars, and our monthly e-newsletter. By age, such as cost, policy, technolo providing accurate, objective, and up-to-date advancement, and lack of proven gy real world application, have prevente developments, and trends in various industries, mainstream adoption. Fortunately, d this is no longer the case, and with Energy & Utilities IQ enables companies and renewable portfolios expanding, electric power market competition organizations to remain competitive, increasing, and peak load demand and energy consumption skyrocke profitable, and successful. energy storage is here to stay! ting, The Energy Storage Summit will guid e you through the next frontier of energy management. You will be well-positioned to take advantag the wide-spectrum of opportunitie e of market space, and you will gain expo s that exist in this innovative eme rging Sponsorship and exhibition sure to the principal issues steering energy storage from the margina l to mainstream levels. Attend this opportunities: to learn from those who have pion event eered deployment projects, to Sponsorships and exhibits are excellent understand the economic impacts of storage implementation, and to opportunities for your company or identify the realm of cutting-edge technologies now available to forw organization to showcase its products and thinking companies and organiza ard tions. This gathering of industry services to high-level, targeted decision-makers comprised of utilities, venture capi experts, talists, technology providers, attending the Energy Storage Summit. IQPC governmental agencies, research institutions, and advocates guarant helps companies and organizations like yours provide you with the necessary info ees to rmation and know how to effective achieve important sales, marketing, and position yourself as a successful stak ly eholder. branding objectives by setting aside a limited I look forward to meeting you in number of event sponsorships and exhibit San Diego! spaces- all of which are tailored to assist your institution in creating a platform to maximize its exposure at the event. P.S. Maximiz e your learning expe For more information on sponsoring or Elizabeth Thornton rience by attending ou exhibiting at this or upcoming events, please Program Director, Energy & Util r interactive ities IQ Workshop seri contact Mario Matulich at 1 (212) 885-2719 or es! page 3 for de See tails and register tod ay! 2 • 1-800-882-8684
  3. 3. Day Pre-Conference Workshops One Monday, May 24, 2010 The Benefits Realization Business Model A 8:00am - 10:30am 7:45am Registration Stimulus Funding for Your Business-Case: Pros and Cons of Going After and Accepting Stimulus Money With DOE distributing Smart Grid and Energy Storage funding under What will be covered: ARRA, large-scale project deployment will accelerate. These investments • Updates on the upcoming Stimulus package and future funding are intended to transform how energy providers operate their systems, opportunities bolster the integration of renewable sources into the grid, and aid in • National Lab models for finance-business modernization processes employing necessary system-wide digital upgrades to the grid • American-Indian nuclear agreements infrastructure, which will increase overall efficiency and enhance How you will benefit: network resilience and security. Although there is great opportunity • Best practices for gaining Stimulus funding and understanding and benefits of utilizing federal funding, there are also limitations and federal compliance requirements stakeholder setbacks dictated by individual institutional needs. This • Strategies to efficiently implement a business start-up “kit” to workshop will provide you with the information necessary to making energy researchers seeking to take R&D innovations to market these decisions and effectively analyzing your business circumstances. • Next step know how Workshop Leader: Varun Paul, Founder and CEO, SysernergX Business Consulting Evaluation and Storage Application B 11:00am - 1:30pm 10:45am Registration; Lunch will be served Where is the Value, Now and in the Future? In order to successfully employ storage technologies, you must evaluate – Using storage to increase the value of renewables and identify which applications are best suited for your individual needs, • Long-term value drivers under the NREL (DOE) Wind 2030 Vision quantify the economic risks and returns, and assess future collaborative – Future wind scenarios of the energy landscape and partnering opportunities. What are the value drivers behind each – How storage will create value (e.g., what will energy storage available technology? How will these change over time? This workshop requirements be under the NREL wind 2030 vision?) will address these issues and explore the post-buy-in landscape, from – Keys for successful storage development selecting the most appropriate application to retrofitting your business How you will benefit: structure to include energy storage in your portfolio. • Understand critical factors of project success and failures What will be covered: • Enhance your ability to judge which projects will pay out, and which • Near-term value drivers will not – Legislation, regulation, and federal/state incentives and their impacts, • Explore risk and reward frontiers in this space including Advanced Manufacturing Tax Credit Workshop Leaders: Jere “Jake” Jacobi, Partner and CleanTech – What is available/emerging and what can it do to create value – What is in a successful energy storage development plan from and Sustainability Practice Leader, ScottMadden developer and utility perspectives C. Scott Wilson, Partner, Energy and Sustainability Practices, • Intermediate-term value drivers ScottMadden – Connecting renewables to the grid Realizing the Comparative Value of Storage Assets C 2:00pm- 4:30pm 1:45pm Registration Evaluating Storage Solutions and Dissecting Market-Specific Results With the initial capital intensity of storage project deployment, it is economic and system output variables often challenging for potential adopters of these innovative • Recognizing critical factors of project successes and failures through technologies to justify investment. Only the most successful value market indicators propositions and business plans that demonstrate the clear economic How you will benefit: value of storage, will achieve the necessary buy-ins for project • Best-practices for forming skills to make smart storage decisions and implementation. If you are trying to build a strong business case or create an investment and research framework to ensure correct ROI looking to invest in one, you will need to know the comparative value models of storage technologies. This workshop will provide you with the • Monitor performance levels and prepare for appropriate solutions know how to assess market-specific results of various storage • Mitigate risk by assessing technical and business limitations as well as applications, something that is valuable to venture capitalists, benefits technology developers, and storage end-users alike. Workshop Leader: What will be covered: • Past, present, future state of storage technologies Steve Pullins, President, Horizon Energy Group • How to formulate a solid basis for value comparison through 3
  4. 4. Day Main Conference Sessions Two Tuesday, May 25, 2010 7:15 Registration & Coffee 8:00 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks utility-based applications, which could potentially defer costly large- scale grid upgrades. Dan Rastler, Program Manager of Energy Storage C. Scott Wilson and Distributed Generation at the Electric Power Research Institute Partner, Energy and Sustainability Practices (EPRI), will discuss how these technologies can be successfully ScottMadden applied to increase utility product value. You will also learn how: • Energy storage and distributed generation technologies can 8:15 Opening Keynote: The Future U.S. Energy manage demand peak loads, increase overall system reliability, and Infrastructure solve renewable source intermittency issues • You can apply small-scale storage to shift peak loads, improve end- Energy Storage Technologies as an Integral Facet to user services, and serve as support mechanisms during outages Updating the Power Grid and Revolutionizing • To address barriers in commercialization, including lowering Technological Advancement installed costs and addressing lifetime and maintenance issues This keynote will provide a status update on the energy storage market and highlight the latest trends and developments in grid- Dan Rastler scale deployment. This visionary session will explore the various Program Manager of Energy Storage and Distributed stakeholder motivations to rapidly expand advanced storage Generation technologies, with the goal of promoting the growth of renewable Electric Power Research Institute energy sources and an enhanced energy infrastructure. In this session, you will learn about: 11:30 Project Acceleration • Coordinating policy and business objectives with various organizations and stakeholders Making the Leap from Pilot to Commercialization • Aligning business and IT leadership to incorporate storage in Since energy storage technology market is in a relatively emergent phase, narrowing the gap between pilot project status and large-scale business portfolios • Creating a sustainable market for storage growth through utility- commercialization is fundamental to the accelerating of this innovative market space. Apart from various chemistries and applications of scale deployment storage technologies, utilities are currently focused on cost-effective Tom Bialek energy storage that can be integrated into existing systems. This Chief Engineer- Smart Grid session will explore the work of the Sandia National Laboratories and San Diego Gas & Electric how they are working to bring innovative electrical energy storage technologies to commercialization. You will also learn about: 9:15 Exploring the Policy Landscape • Current technology market trends • Opportunities for governmental support Bringing Energy Storage from Marginal to • Facilitating a transition from test project to full-scale rollout Mainstream: Policy Initiatives Energy-related markets are heavily reliant on government policy and Dan Borneo regulation, and the evolving legislative landscape will influence Senior Engineering Project Manager, Distributed stakeholder value propositions. This session will guide you through Energy/Electric Energy Storage Program the latest policy developments and guidance on taking advantage of DOE Sandia National Laboratories available incentives and support to further your project goals. You will learn about: 12:15 Networking Luncheon • The role of energy storage in meeting RPS goals • The Federal Energy Storage Initiative and ARRA Stimulus funding 1:15 Streamlining Project Development and updates Advancement • Distinguishing between bulk storage and distributed storage policy support and incentives Investing in Energy Storage: Opportunity Recognition in a Changing Landscape Bob Lane With the Stimulus package funding R&D for the energy and storage Corporate Regulatory Policy Manager sectors, continuing renewable portfolio standards, and increases in SEMPRA energy demand, the energy storage technology market is rapidly evolving. Investment appetites are evolving as well. This session will 10:00 Morning Networking and Refreshment Break guide stakeholders on the performance metrics that are driving investment in new technologies. You will also learn about: 10:45 Value Propositions and Project Success • Early stage investment decision making • How to align technology performance to market opportunities Increasing Electric Utility Enterprise Value through • Future opportunities for innovations in storage Electric Storage and Distributed Generation Technologies: Applications and Best-Practices for Will Coleman Partner Deployment Success Mohr Davidow Ventures As energy demand increases and renewable energy becomes a more prominent power source, the nation’s energy infrastructure will need to be enhanced to manage these changes. Energy storage and distributed generation technologies have the potential to significantly add wide-ranging value to the power industry through a spectrum of 4 • 1-800-882-8684
  5. 5. Day Two continued... 2:00 Incentives Panel and strategic business-case for energy storage applications is essential as a “first mover” in this market space whether you are a Expanding the Scope of Energy Storage by venture capitalist, technology developer, or energy storage end-user. Leveraging Federal and State Incentives In this session, you will hear from Eric Young of Canaan Partners, In response to tightened capital markets, the federal government and and other visionaries in CleanTech investing, and learn how to: numerous states have targeted the energy storage market to attract • Develop a compelling value proposition that you can relay to investment. In addition to stimulating the local economy, incentives customers, partners and investors programs for Smart Grid, turbine, battery, fuel cells, and distributed • Make subsequent financings easier through milestone-based generation manufacturers will facilitate further development and accomplishments compliment higher utility-based demand for energy storage in years to • Align interests of various stakeholders to efficiently build the come. In this panel, you will learn about economic incentives, including: business • Storage-based funding through grants, tax rebates and credits, and loan guarantees Moderator: • Creating new large-scale storage opportunities by forming strategic Eric Young partnerships with manufacturers Partner • Achieving large-scale results with competitive pricing by leveraging Canaan Partners an already competitive market Visit Web site for panelist information Moderator: Michael Stosser 4:45 Utility Case Study Of Counsel, Energy and Utilities Law Practice Utility-Scale Implementation & Using Market Day Pitney LLC Mechanisms for Storage-to-Grid Integration Panelists: The utilities constitute one of the primary stakeholder groups in the Hal La Flash energy storage arena. Additional parties who stand to gain from the Director, Emerging Clean Technologies expanding success of the energy storage market are often reliant on PG&E utility-based decision making. This session will provide you with market insight from PG&E’s storage assets and project Hon. Suedeen Kelly implementation. You will learn about: Former Commissioner • Energy storage applications for bulk, grid-scale, and demand The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission response • Maximizing capital investments though integrating storage A representative from The California Center for Sustainable Energy technologies into the grid and existing infrastructural assets • Lessons learned 3:00 Afternoon Networking and Refreshments Hal La Flash 3:45 Interactive Venture Capitalist Panel Director, Emerging Clean Technologies PG&E Positioning Storage Projects to Attract Venture Capital Investment 5:30 Close of Day Early adopters of emerging technologies, like energy storage, face a realm of opportunities as well as challenges. Building a thoughtful Day Main Conference Sessions three Wednesday, May 26, 2010 7:45 Registration & Coffee 8:15 Chairperson’s Recap of Main Conference Day One C. Scott Wilson • Competition of utility-scale wind/storage plants with other low- Partner, Energy and Sustainability Practices carbon technologies such as coal IGCC with CCS ScottMadden Samir Succar 8:30 Optimizing Existing Systems Energy Analyst, Center for Market Innovations Natural Resources Defense Council Enhancing the Transmission Infrastructure There has been great focus on energy storage as a strategy for 9:15 Creating a Reliable Power Infrastructure enhancing transmission infrastructure utilization and effectively managing renewable source intermittency issues. This session will Bolstering and Enhancing Smart Grid Employment pay particular attention to compressed air energy storage. You will through Storage learn about: The Smart Grid will ultimately transform the power industry by • Maximizing wind turbine operations for wind/storage systems changing how electricity providers operate their systems. Energy storage is an essential component of successfully integrating Smart 5
  6. 6. Day Three continued... Grid technologies into existing networks. With the DOE working to 12:15 Networking Luncheon support Smart Grid projects through dispersing funding under the Stimulus for energy storage project demonstrations, understanding 1:15 Innovations Panel the facets of Smart Grid energy storage is critical to maximizing project development and output. In this session you will learn about: Unleashing the Next Generation Storage Market • Self-contained electricity generation and distribution systems serving This panel of industry experts will explore the future marketplace by as a stability island that complements wider-scale power grids highlighting what the most promising technologies, applications • Storage technologies and Smart Grid infrastructure application and deployment strategies are for mainstream storage use. • Advancing the economy and creating jobs through adding value to Emerging technologies that facilitate large-scale rollouts will not grid systems only shape the marketplace, but will dictate the entire energy industry. In this session you will learn about: Tom Bialek • Integrating distributed resources and electric hybrid vehicles Chief Engineer-Smart Grid • Modernizing the grid through diverse technology applications San Diego Gas & Electric • Energy storage and enhancing renewable sources 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break Moderator: John Del Monaco 10:45 Small-Scale Markets Manager, Emerging Technologies and Strategy PSEG Corp. Accelerating Utility-Scale Adoption Panelists: Smaller-scale grid-connected storage technologies are making a Samir Succar strong presence in the energy storage marketplace. Utility-related Energy Analyst, Center for Market Innovations applications are enhancing value propositions and bolstering large- Natural Resources Defense Council scale deployment. Through these technology developments, great market opportunities are emerging. This session will explore R&D Andrew Burke trends and market updates. You will learn about: Research Faculty, Institute of Transportation Studies • Second-use of PHEV and EV batteries UC Davis • Expanding energy assets by including distributed generation technologies 2:15 Implementation Presentation • Capabilities, design, and performance measures Business Models for Successfully Implementing and Andrew Burke Maintaining Storage Assets Research Faculty, Institute of Transportation Studies With the current economic climate, institutions are utilizing various UC Davis market mechanisms to lower energy costs through various energy- saving initiatives and programs. Energy storage technology use can 11:30 Capitalizing on Emerging Market Mechanisms significantly enhance power networks and improve energy system End-Use Energy Storage: Examining Value efficiency and decrease operational costs. This session will explore how to create a business-case for your individual energy needs Propositions and Economic Benefits through energy storage deployment and institutional partnerships. The energy storage technology market is rapidly evolving and has You will also learn about: opportunity for exponential growth. To date, grid-connected storage • Community energy strategies and microgrid power supply has primarily been considered for deployment at utility sites. This • How energy storage makes the grid more economically efficient in session will explore the potential for capitalizing on customer-side a variety of contexts and variable conditions energy storage installations, and their role in a Smart Grid. Advanced • Best practices for maintaining localized energy storage systems energy storage application for microgrids and other “local” grid mechanisms will be explored. In this session you will learn about: John Dilliott • The economic value of incorporating customer-sided technology Energy Facilities Manager application into your business-case UC San Diego • Identifying small-scale applications as a mechanism to enhance large- scale grid capacity 3:00 Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break • “Community storage” and the energy storage market and customer-sided storage as a facet of Smart Grid 3:30 Perspectives Panel: Coordinating and Integrating Moderator: Commercial Strategies between Diverse Harold Gotschall Stakeholders Principal Exploring Individual Needs, Experiences, and Technology Insights Economic Goals Panelists: Establishing clear economic benefits to developing, implementing, Charles Toca or investing in energy storage technologies is the first step to Manager, Utility Savings & Refund, LLC, Strategic Partner accelerating this innovative, emerging market space. However, it is Prudent Energy, Inc. critical that the diverse stakeholders collaborate, form partnerships, and effectively communicate in order to maximize individual output. John Battaglini This interactive session will induce peer-to-peer dialogue to provide VP Business Development and Sales you with several perspectives on each industry’s objectives with the International Battery goal of strategically driving the power industry transformation James McDowall through energy storage technologies. You will learn about: • What the utilities’ and other storage users’ consider top priority, Business Development Manager SAFT America Inc. concerning technology expectations, risks, and expenditures Visit Web site for panelist information 6 • 1-800-882-8684
  7. 7. Day Three continued... • Where storage suppliers’ stand, regarding market and regulatory Will Coleman issues, price points, obstacles, and individual market outlooks Partner • Venture capitalists’ insight and what it will take to gain next Mohr Davidow Ventures generation innovation funding and form partnerships John Battaglini • Viewpoints of policymakers and lobbyists and the role of VP Business Development and Sales government support International Battery Moderator: Hon. Suedeen Kelly 4:30 Chairperson’s Closing Remarks Former Commissioner The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Market Outlook and Next Steps Panelists: C. Scott Wilson Bob Lane Partner, Energy and Sustainability Practices Corporate Regulatory Policy Manager ScottMadden SEMPRA 5:30 End of Conference Energy Registration 2nd Storage information Summit TM Register by 3/26/10 Register by 4/30/10 Standard Price Conference $999 (save $800) $1,599 (save $200) $1,799 All Access $1,899 (save $1,547) $2,499 (save $947) $2,699 (save $747) Workshops $549 each $549 each $549 each Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase - Penton Learning Systems LLC dba A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not IQPC: 957-097239 accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. ABA/Routing #: 021000021 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18159.002 * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches and Team Discounts: For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC refreshment. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied subject to cancellation. per registrant. For IQPC’s Cancellation, Postponement and Substitution Policy, please visit Venue Information: Venue is to be announced. Please check website at Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at for updates and announcements 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available ©2010 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For brochure constitute a trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under more information, please contact customer service at 1-800-882-8684. the Lanham Act and common law principles. About Our Media Partner Carbon Credit Capital's mission is to generate carbon credits and clean energy in emerging economies. Carbon Credit Capital facilitates and develops clean energy projects by bringing together international and local partners in addition to its own resources for financing and implementing projects. Carbon Credit Capital is a wide disseminator of knowledge through print and media and frequent speaker about carbon and clean energy markets. 7
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