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Wednesday, March 25 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Energy Storage: The Holy Grail

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Energy storage can be difficult, but is necessary to fully realize the future grid that companies are seeking today.
  • What ways can energy storage help build the grid of the future? 
  • What are energy storage’s most practical uses today? What storage technologies are the most feasible today? 
  • What hurdles are out there for delivering large-scale energy storage? How can we best overcome those hurdles? 
  • What role do supporting technologies, such as distributed generation and microgrids, play in the quest for effectively storing and delivering energy?

Moderator
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Peter Kelly-Detwiler

Principal, NorthBridge Energy Partners
Peter Kelly-Detwiler has 25 years of experience in the electric energy industry, with 15 years as an executive in competitive retail markets. | | Prior to founding NorthBridge, as Sr. Vice President of Constellation Energy's Demand Response group, he oversaw this unit’s growth to become an $80 mn business, capable of dispatching 1700 MW of customer load. Under his leadership, the team developed Virtuwatt, an industry-leading platform... Read More →

Speakers
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Ron Van Dell

President & CEO, VIZN Energy
With more than 30 years of experience, Ron Van Dell has an exceptional track record of success and proven leadership skills in early-stage, turn-around and established businesses. His background covers a broad range of industries in semiconductors and electronics – power, communications, computing, industrial control, electrical distribution and clean tech. As President and CEO of SolarBridge Technologies, Van Dell led the development and... Read More →
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John Jung

President & CEO, Greensmith Energy
Since joining Greensmith as CEO in 2009 John has led the company from concept to market leadership in grid-scale energy storage technology. He set the commercial and strategic vision for Greensmith early on: to provide the energy storage technology platform of choice to customers and partners leveraging a battery-agnostic, software-optimized and distributed network approach. | | Prior to Greensmith, John spent over 20 years building... Read More →
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Bob Leigh

President & CEO, LocalGrid Technologies
As LocalGrid’s chief executive officer, Bob is leading the team to help solve the challenges distribution utilities face integrating renewable energy sources and developing a smarter grid. Bob graduated from Queen’s University with a degree in Mathematics and Engineering. He has worked in engineering custom control and test solutions for a variety of industries across Canada for over 10 years, including two years as the Engineering... Read More →
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Ryan O’Keefe

SVP, Business Development, Ideal Power
Prior to joining Ideal Power, Ryan O’Keefe was Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer at energy-storage start-up Younicos (formerly Xtreme Power), where he led top line growth including sales, product development, product marketing, and regulatory affairs, and transformed the business from demonstration projects to well-defined products with economic value. He previously spent eight years in leadership positions with NextEra... Read More →
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Tom Pierson

Founder & CTO, TAS Energy
Tom Pierson is Founder and C.T.O. of TAS Energy, a leading clean energy manufacturer of high-efficiency modular energy plants serving the global Power Generation, Renewable Energy, Mission Critical and Industrial Cooling industries. Tom founded TAS Energy to provide completely factory engineered and prefabricated modular utility plants for utility infrastructure which had previously always been field erected. The factory-built approach... Read More →


Wednesday March 25, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Level M2 | 203 AT&T Conference Center

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