Session Details

Large-Scale Storage in Power: How big? How economic?

Thursday, March 12

11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Grid-scale storage, which generally requires very large batteries, is increasingly being deployed globally to support intermittent power assets or weak grids. Although the current market role of storage is small, will this change as renewables gain ground? What markets are ripe for investment? What technologies can deliver grid-scale storage? Are there alternatives to lithium-ion batteries? What business models are emerging for these assets? What is the future of grid-scale storage?

Session Speakers
  • Coralie Laurencin

    IHS Markit

    Senior Director, European Power & Renewables

  • Alexander Klein

    National Grid Ventures

    Director, US Fundamentals

  • Nathanaël Esposito

    RWE Renewables Americas

    President, Solar PV & Storage

  • Paul K. Kearns

    Argonne National Laboratory

    Laboratory Director

  • Michael Lippert

    Saft

    Director Innovations and Solutions for Energy