The grid is undergoing a transformation leading to greater utilization of Distributed Energy Resources (DER). DER devices include batteries, PV, and even aggregated hot water heaters or building lighting systems. At the core of this transformation are the services that these DER can provide to the grid. Presently each device type is siloed into its market or program, and the same services can receive different compensation based on what device is providing it. To start to break down this market inefficiency, the Grid Modernization Laboratory Consortium (GMLC) is leading an effort to solve the technical challenges to compare very different DER devices on their ability to supply each grid service. In this webinar, guest speakers from GMLC will discuss the drivers behind this research, the technical problems that need solving, and their progress so far in the areas of battery and photovoltaic systems. Panelists include David Rosewater of Sandia National Laboratories and Sudipta Chakraborty of National Renewable Energy Laboratory. The webinar will be moderated by Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA). Register here.