Energy Storage Webinars for Regulators

Our Energy Storage webinars for regulators and other stakeholders, free for all attendees and funded by the DOE Office of Electricity, help regulatory commissions and related institutions around the United States (including utilities, NGOs, and academia, at the discretion of the commissions) develop the expertise needed to more quickly and efficiently integrate energy storage into their regional operations.

These webinars, custom-designed in close collaboration with regulatory commission staff, have already engaged regulators from over a dozen states on topics including energy storage technologies, performance, economics, valuation, interconnection, commissioning, safety, and policy.

Benefits

Webinars are typically broken out into multiple sessions spread out over time (e.g., two-hour sessions once a week for four-to-six weeks). This relieves some of the intensity of a full day workshop and allows more time for digestion of information between sessions. Sessions can also be recorded, so those who miss the live webinar can view the presentations later.

Previous Webinars

The following is a collection of the webinars we have held over the last few years. Click the links below to view the specific agendas, PowerPoint presentations, and speaker biographies.

Maryland Public Service Commission (Mar. 2020 – Apr. 2020)
Utah Governor’s Office of Energy Development (Jul. 2020 – Aug. 2020)
ISU/EPRC/MISO (Jul. 2020 – Oct. 2020)
New Mexico Public Regulation Commission (Nov. 2020 – Feb. 2021)
New Jersey Board of Public Utilities (Jan. 2021 – Mar. 2021)
New England Conference of Public Utilities Commissioners ( Mar. 2021 – Jun. 2021)
Public Service Commission of Wisconsin (Apr. 2021 – Jul. 2021)
Microgrids & Energy Storage for Emergency Grid Resilience (Nov. 2021 – Dec. 2021)
Illinois Commerce Commission (Nov. 2021 – Jan. 2022)

More Information

For more information about upcoming webinars, or if you would like to partner with us for hosting your own webinar, please contact:
Howard Passell, hdpasse@sandia.gov, (505) 550-5272