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Video C header Utility-Scale Battery Storage: When, Where, Why and How Much?
This webinar introduces important concepts for understanding the roles batteries can play on the grid and how these roles may evolve with declining battery costs and increasing variable generation. The webinar also discusses under what conditions batteries can be deployed economically.
Located in Trainings / Webinars
Video chemical/x-pdb Power Purchase Agreements for Grid-Aware Renewable Energy Procurement
Power purchase agreements (PPAs) are a key mechanism that utilities use to procure variable renewable energy from independent power producers. his webinar focuses on PPA provisions that can enable wind and solar technologies to enhance grid stability and contribute to power system flexibility. Discussed are key considerations, including ancillary services, advanced telemetry, and automatic generation control. The discussion is followed with a presentation by Xcel Energy, a vertically integrated electricity utility in the United States and the largest wind buyer in the country, to discuss Xcel Energy’s Model PPA for wind power systems.
Located in Trainings / Webinars
Video ECMAScript program Distributed Photovoltaic Economic Impact Analysis in the Philippines
In this webinar, panelists discuss the economic and utility revenue impacts of distributed photovoltaic deployment (DPV) in the Philippines. Content is based on a study conducted by USAID Clean Power Asia, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in partnership with the Philippines Department of Energy. The study evaluates and analyzes the economic and technical implications of (DPV) deployment in the Philippines.
Located in Trainings / Webinars
Video Building Blocks for Distributed PV Deployment, Part 2: Interconnection and Public Policy
Due in part to the low cost of photovoltaic system hardware and scalability for deployment, grid-connected distributed photovoltaic (DPV) technologies are increasingly permeating global power markets. While this trend could help substantially reduce the carbon footprint of global power generation, empower citizens across the socio-economic spectrum, and expand local PV markets, there are a number of technical and policy issues—especially in countries that have limited technical resources and need to “get things right” the first time.
Located in Trainings / Webinars
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