Energy Storage

Selecting the Right Inverter: Maximizing the Value of C&I Energy Storage Systems

Each year power outages cost commercial and industrial businesses tens of billions of dollars in lost productivity. Of the over 3,500 power outages nationwide last year — two thirds of which lasted under 5 minutes — deploying energy storage systems capable of seamless transition to backup power could save American businesses tens of billions of dollars each year.


3 Ways Cellular PV System Monitoring Will Improve Your Bottom Line

Aeris and its customer, SolarEdge, will share how gaining insight and control over your PV installations can drive profitability and customer satisfaction in an uncertain solar market. One proven way is migrating your operations to robust cellular connectivity and an easy to use management platform.

Grid Edge

The Road to Seamless DER Integration and Stops Along the Way

The road to seamless distributed energy resources (DERs) integration will follow different courses, but the state of disruption is a stop ahead for all utilities. DERs challenge traditional approaches to reliability; bypass established standards and regulation; steer the industry toward new, intelligent grid-edge control paradigms; and put new business models on the map.


Advancing Utility Scale Solar to 1500V and Beyond

The design, construction, and commissioning of large-scale PV projects present unique challenges that can only be overcome through effective partnerships up and down the solar value chain. In this webinar, NEXTracker CEO Dan Shugar and Blattner Energy Director of Solar Operations Stephen Jones will discuss the art and science of transforming massive quantities of steel, PV and electrical into reliable, high performance power plants.

Grid Edge

Building Blocks to a Successful Non-Wires Alternatives Strategy

From FERC Order 1000 to New York’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) initiative, electric utilities are increasingly being asked to consider non-wires alternatives (NWA) to traditional investments in transmission and distribution infrastructure. States are taking notice of the grid planning opportunity with notable proceedings already underway in California, Maryland and Massachusetts. To help utilities successfully navigate the new industry dynamic, this webinar will provide attendees with practical information to inform project planning and implementation of a NWA.

Grid Edge

Releasing the Full Capacity of DERs through Flexibility

Today’s energy system is transitioning from the traditional electrical grid into a distributed, dynamic energy network. With the rapid integration of distributed energy resources (DERs) at the grid edge, supply and demand are becoming increasingly intermittent and in need of strategic control. In a transformed power system, the key to balance is harnessing data to flex with the ebb and flow of energy. Flexibility prompts reliable and affordable energy delivery, while meeting ever-rising customer expectations and regulatory mandates.

Grid Edge

Energy-as-a-Service: Holistic Energy Management To Serve the Largest Energy Users

Energy-as-a-Service puts the user of energy in control of how they manage energy within their organization by first letting them decide the services they need to achieve their goals, then outsourcing those services to a trusted energy integrator to execute the services with committed outcomes outlined in the services agreement. This webinar will explore the benefits of implementing a holistic energy program based on the EaaS model.

Grid Edge

Putting Customers in Control of their Energy Future

NRG experts from two aspects of the company’s expanding Business Solutions business will show how a variety of solutions are empowering customers and leading them to better energy approaches. In many cases, these blended solutions incorporate a range of technologies, tools and knowledge – all coming together to deliver efficiency, cost-savings, reliability and sustainability.

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