Accelerating Decarbonization with Power-to-X Technology

Power-to-X is a rapidly growing market opportunity in the global energy transition, as future fuels will be the key to enabling and accelerating decarbonized societies at the final stage of achieving 100% renewable energy. This webinar will explore how Power-to-X can decarbonize industry, transportation and the energy sector - all while utilizing existing infrastructures. Join this webinar to learn about the crucial role that Power-to-X will play in the transition to 100% renewable energy systems. 

Solar & Wind Land Management for the Digital Age with AI Contract Analytics

Learn how developers, owners, operators, and investors are deploying AI-powered contract intelligence to level up land management for the digital age, meeting the challenges of increased asset volume and document complexity. Speakers will discuss and demonstrate opportunities to improve efficiency in a variety of use cases, including:

How Design of PV Trackers Accommodates Large-Format Modules

Large-format modules (LFM) have emerged as a key development in the innovation of solar module technology. Designing trackers that support LFM is crucial to the success of these next-generation solar power plants. As the adoption of LFM accelerates, the BOS ecosystem is being challenged to accommodate this rapid change to the solar module market.

In this webinar, learn how the shift towards large-format modules impacts tracker design. Experts from FTC Solar, LONGi Solar, and EPS will discuss how these changes to both module and tracker design result in lower LCOE solar power plants.

Scenario Analysis: An Accelerated Energy Transition

In this webinar, Wood Mackenzie analysts will walk through its latest Accelerated Energy Transition scenarios and provide an interpretation of what it would take to reach a 1.5-degrees pathway.

Deploying Energy Storage Systems in Urban Environments: Safety Driving Global Growth Opportunity

Energy storage systems (ESS) are critical in the global energy transition from fossil fuels to clean energy. Despite already demonstrating compelling economics in multiple transmission and distribution grid-connected scenarios, ESS deployments remain limited in urban areas due to safety concerns inherent in legacy battery architectures.

New designs, paired with extensive testing and compliance requirements, can overcome the risks of fires and explosions. As a result, industry focus on ESS is shifting to safety, ease of installation and footprint to complement cost and performance metrics. This webinar will provide actionable insights on near- and longer-term urban ESS opportunities. Join this webinar for an interactive discussion aimed to share knowledge around safe, reliable and cost-effective ESS deployment.

Lessons Learned From COVID-19: How 5 Different Solar Markets Adapted to Remote Sales

In this webinar, we will discuss how solar developers in 5 major solar markets have taken different approaches to adapt to social distancing requirements. We will share best practices and techniques used by these teams, from new methods to qualify leads early, to new ways of engaging with customers, structuring teams, and delivering projects. We will also show how HelioScope’s new Sales Proposal tools help these teams close more projects in less time. 

PJM Winter 2020 Power Market Outlook

Know what to expect this winter with key insights into weather, generation and transmission in the region. Hear from Wood Mackenzie's team of PJM analysts where they'll provide an in-depth analysis of the winter market.

How to Build a Resilient Uninterruptible Microgrid Using Energy Storage

Commercial, industrial and military customers are looking to microgrids to provide reliable energy during a grid outage and enhance energy independence based on locally produced clean energy.

But not all microgrids are alike. Nor do they always provide the resiliency or energy independence benefits that customers are seeking. Saft will discuss how microgrids work: how to define different levels of resiliency, what it takes to successfully operate an islanded microgrid with high levels of renewables, and what pitfalls to avoid.

The webinar will dive into how battery energy storage integrated with Saft-Go Electric’s microgrid controller creates resilient, uninterruptible microgrids for grid-tied and remote applications. Customers will share their experience and lessons learned in implementing and operating microgrid solutions.

U.S. Utility-Scale Solar O&M and Monitoring Trends

By 2027, utility PV will consistently make up more than 50% of all U.S. annual capacity additions. Despite potential coronavirus impacts, the aftermarket has shown resilience: strong, steady growth has made the solar O&M industry extremely competitive for new and existing vendors.

Abstracting the Complexity of Microgrids

In the last year, the world has undergone a complete shift. How do we prepare ourselves for the future? 

We are advocating for the proliferation of renewable energy through resilient Microgrid technology. 

In this webinar, we will take a deep dive into the top segments we anticipate to be best suited for Microgrids in the coming year and discuss various innovations in business models that abstract complexity from installing a Microgrid.

Strategies in Climate Risk Mitigation: Keeping the Power On with Advanced Solar Software

Extreme weather-related losses are threatening the viability of insurer’s books and investment portfolios. While power generation is among the top 10 worst performing insurance business lines, catastrophic risk profiles within this sector are not created equally. On the one hand, conventional power plants intensify climate change and extreme weather events; on the other, solar power and other renewable energy assets deescalate climate risks.

Join this GTM webinar to hear experts Michael Kolodner from Marsh, Alex Roedel from Nextracker, and Cherif Kedir from RETC discuss climate threats to utility scale solar and how advanced software technologies may offer mitigation opportunities for underwriters and solar developers.

Energy Storage Made Simple: Turnkey C&I Solutions for Demand Charge & Back-up

Piecing together an energy storage system with different components can be confusing, time-consuming, and expensive. That’s why CPS designed a truly turnkey solution with integrated components that are pre-engineered, pre-wired, and factory tested to work together seamlessly. They also provide expert remote service to help you diagnose and troubleshoot issues quickly and safely. Whether you need demand charge, back-up power, or both, get ESS projects to the finish line with CPS turnkey solutions and service all the way through commissioning. In this webinar, learn about the fully-integrated CPS energy storage solution, performance guarantee, and how to easily analyze the system financials in Energy Toolbase.

Getting to Net Zero – DER Challenges and Opportunities for Utilities

In this webinar,  TRC is pleased to host two utilities: Consumer’s Energy and Dominion Energy in a panel discussion on the business challenges and opportunities they are seeing along their net zero journey. We will discuss each utility’s trajectory, the strategies behind the mission and the lessons they are hoping to learn along the way .

How to Transform Grid Operations Using GIS

ArcGIS ican help create a tougher, smarter, more secure, and healthier grid. This webinar will illustrate how ArcGIS unifies IT and OT, delivers spatial analysis and provides situational awareness to the plans and programs of grid modernization.

AI in the Utility of the Future: The UtilityAI Platform

Imagine if you could hire a team member who knows everything there is to know about your customers -- their energy habits, preferences, demographics, history of interactions with your utility, and more. Beyond just understanding your customers at the deepest possible level, consider the possibilities if that team member could also quickly analyze how those customer insights impact utility operations organization-wide, including program participation, infrastructure operations and revenue generation. You’d want that team member to take part in every conversation and meeting in the company. 

Optimization of Renewable and Distributed Assets

Join us for this webinar and learn about how an outcome-based program is helping energy producers reduce their LCOE, C&Is to reduce electricity costs & achieve their corporate sustainability goals and microgrids to optimize their operations in the face of uncertain economic conditions.

How to Optimize Cloud Adoption for Utilities

Adoption of cloud computing by the utility sector is increasing, but is still hampered by legacy regulations that limit widespread usage. In this session, IBM subject matter experts will share their perspectives on where utilities are seeing value from cloud adoption, IBM engagement with US regulators, and models to improve the financial impact of the cloud on the utilities.

Unlocking Utility-Scale Solar Returns: Lowering Project Risks and Increasing Gains

Utility-scale solar growth trend continues to expand. Wood Mackenzie's latest forecast shows that utility solar will grow by 74% between 2019 and 2020. Close to 70 GWs of solar farms will be added between 2021 and 2025.

This webinar will introduce and elaborate on how the utility-scale solar market is evolving and what’s on the horizon. Specifically, Trina Solar experts will discuss how the next major step is already available, leading to reduced project risks, optimized power gains and lower project LCOE.

Tapping the Potential of Low-Voltage AC Coupled Storage

Storage developers can lower their levelized cost of electricity (LCOE) by using the low-voltage AC coupling method. In this webinar, energy and infrastructure experts from TMEIC will compare conventional AC and DC coupling with the low-voltage coupling method, exploring the salient features and application considerations of each approach.

Leveraging AI to Forecast and Optimize FTM Storage

Integrating storage into your projects can be challenging for many developers. However, with artificial intelligence, you can accurately forecast and optimize front-of-the-meter (FTM) storage on the grid for the wholesale market. In this webinar, we will speak to an audience of FTM project developers, lead asset professionals, independent power producers, load serving entities, and more on “future-proofing” revenue streams and unlocking opportunities for FTM storage as energy markets evolve.

CPS TotalBOSS™ The Future of Utility-Scale Projects: Your New Total Balance of Systems & Service

By 2027, Utility PV will consistently make up more than 75% of all U.S. annual capacity additions. Even with coronavirus impacts, utility PV will continue to gain market share and be a major portion of new generation capacity.

For developers tired of dealing with multiple vendors, high O&M costs, and massive losses in system downtime, CPS offers a solution. The CPS TotalBOSS system creates one source for all utility-scale electrical balance of systems and service. 

The Danger of the PV Tracker Short View

For years, solar developers have focused on one thing: the upfront capital expense (CAPEX) of their solar project. In some ways, this is an understandable impulse, but as solar power purchase agreement (PPA) prices hit all-time lows, the competition among EPCs to offer rock bottom CAPEX has been fierce. 

While lower upfront CAPEX has been a critical aspect of the industry's growth, it also has meant that some equipment suppliers – including many tracker manufacturers – have tried to gobble up market share by offering low-cost products. Despite the low cost, these products often don't have the proven reliability of top-tier hardware to last the 30+ year design life their owners demand. 

Revealing the True Commercial Solar Addressable Market

Commercial solar is frequently cited as the most “untapped” solar segment. But what does this mean exactly? What is the current penetration of commercial and industrial solar, and what is the resulting addressable market?

Join Wood Mackenzie and StationA for a research webinar covering the results of a bottoms-up study of the commercial solar market. 

Radical Transparency into PPAs & Supplier Agreements to Capitalize on Opportunities & Reduce Risk

Enhanced understanding of the documents that govern your business operations can help you maximize cash flow and minimize risk at every stage of the project lifecycle, from Assessment to Decommission. Learn how developers, asset owners, and investors are leveraging Contract Intelligence as a competitive advantage to find critical contractual obligations that impact operational decisions and the bottom line.

The Interchange: Live From Home

Join hosts Stephen Lacey and Shayle Kann as they playfully discuss the forces shaping the future of energy. In this live episode: they’ll dig through historical examples and stats to argue their case for an under-appreciated piece of the energy transition.

Modular and Scalable Microgrids in the New Energy Landscape

By now, you’ve probably heard how microgrids can enable energy resiliency and sustainability. However. they're not only reserved for large scale energy-intensive buildings like hospitals and data centers.  In this webinar, we will de-mystify modular and scalable microgrids and how business models like Energy-as-a-Service allow organizations to benefit from them.

In this webinar, we will set out to de-mystify what Energy-as-a-Service means for organizations and how microgrids can be modular and repeatable.

Dynamic Wind Analysis in Tracker Array Design

PV plants are often exposed to hazards that put the installation at risk of becoming an unpredictable economic investment. For this reason, single-axis solar tracker design must comply with a series of parameters that take into account the aeroelastic effects caused by the wind. Electronics improvement is also required to face weather phenomena such as cyclones, high winds or electrical storms.

Watch Our Podcasts, Live From Home!

Our popular podcasts, The Energy Gang and The Interchange, cover the latest trends in energy, cleantech and climate in new and engaging ways. Every week, tens of thousands of people listen to the shows — now come watch us record an episode from the comfort of your home!

We were planning to bring you a live version of our podcasts in-person. But now, with almost 95% of the country under shelter-in-place orders, we’re all learning to adjust to this new normal together. 

Since we already enjoy bringing weekly energy debates and discussions to you at your home, we thought it was time for us to invite you to ours!

Join our lineup of podcast co-hosts from The Energy Gang and The Interchange — Stephen Lacey, Katherine Hamilton, Jigar Shah and Shayle Kann — for a behind-the-scenes look at how we record our shows.

We’ll have a wide-ranging conversation on how coronavirus is impacting the business of clean energy. Plus, we’ll have plenty of non-coronavirus banter, too. 

We’ll also be taking live audience questions. So don’t miss your chance to get up close and personal with the hosts!

How to Sell Solar Remotely

Learn the latest industry tricks to grow your solar business and gain market share.

Whether you’re a solar installer, solar sales team, manufacturer, distributor or lender, this session will provide you with solutions to increase your bottom line. From design and proposal tools to financing and permitting tools, streamlining your process will be critical to thrive in today’s North American’s market reality.

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