With more solar and grid entering the grid at record low prices, the future of energy is renewable.
But as more peak load electricity enters the system, batteries and storage become essential for load shifting and to maintain the integrity of the grid. So, what are the most promising technologies developing that allow grids to manage energy loads? And more importantly, what is the role of policy to aid grid integration of renewable generation?
- Hear about the importance of solar dispatchability from the grid operators and utilities’ point of view
- Understand how the quality, quantity, continuity and predictability of energy dispatch from storage is key to secure the grid stability, and how this is secured by different technologies
- The inside track of policymaking for renewable integration and real life success case studies