Energy Storage Reality Check
Explaining And Evaluating Different Energy Storage Technologies
Choosing The Ideal Mix Of Energy Storage Technologies
Overcoming Grid Congestion With Battery Storage
Ensuring Project Returns (Bankability) Of Grid Applications Energy Storage
How Can Energy Storage Projects And Deployments Be Made Attractive To An Investor?
Learning From The Experience In The Maldives
Grid Applications Energy Storage Group Learning
17:30 End Of Day 1
Structuring Local Regulations To Address Local Needs Affordability
How To Use The Latest Standards When Deciding An Energy Storage Technology
Evaluating Batteries By Deﬁning Their True Value And Lifetime
Analysing Different Types Of Storage Applications And Services
Redesigning The Power System (Energy Market, Frequency Regulation, Capacity Market, Storage Dispatch – when to store and when to discarge) By Taking Into Account New Technologies
SESSION 6: Improving Decentralized Battery Storage For Residential Applications
SESSION 7: Maximising Project Investment Returns
SESSION 8: Grid Applications Energy Storage Group Learning
Attendees will gather to find solutions and exchange insights with a facilitator by addressing the key issues on the development of energy storage projects.
This session will result in a bulleted list with an action plan which you can take back to your office and use it with your team.
Evaluating The Results Of Global Projects
17:30 End Of Masterclass
Yuan-Sheng Yu is a Senior Analyst based in Lux Research’s Singapore office. He leads Lux Research’s Asia research team, providing strategic advice and on-going intelligence for emerging technologies in energy transition, digital transformation, and materials innovation. He works with Global 1000 clients in implementing innovation strategies, identifying emerging opportunities, and explores strategic partnerships focusing on bridging business objectives with high-potential, disruptive technologies. Yuan-Sheng primarily focuses on China and Southeast Asia, using his understanding of region’s view on innovation to advise clients in crafting specific strategies to properly navigate the different local landscapes and capitalize on key opportunities in market entry, partnerships, and acquisitions in deep tech.
Andre Susanto is a consultant and practitioner in the clean energy sector including government policy advisory, private sector engagement, and rural electrification. He founded the Inovasi Group providing clean energy consultancy and rural community development. The company create community development plans by matching appropriate technologies and business models on behalf of the communities’ needs. Inovasi team members have obtained data for over 500 villages, designed and implemented a modular microgrid with smart meters and a mobile payment system, and developed a portfolio of technologies and business models for implementation. Inovasi Group’s rural community activities focuses on building capacity and empowerment of communities for sustainable growth.
With a background in electronic and electrical engineering and work experience in both Maldives and Switzerland, he brings both local and international experience to REM. Dr. Nashid has more than 10 years’ experience in solar PV project design, installation and maintenance, design installation and maintenance of electric chillers, conducting energy audits and energy efficiency trainings as well. Dr. Nashid possess a Doctor of Philosophy for research in the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland,UK
Dr Fotheringham is an electrical engineer by background, but also is a qualified barrister, has an MBA and a Ph.D in law
He is the Director looking after Power and Utilities within the Transaction Advisory practice of EY. Scott has considerable experience within the electricity, gas (LNG) and renewables industry. He has worked for EDF Energy, where he led a major storage project’s development and construction. As well as the negotiation and drafting of the contract matrix for the construction of off-shore wind farms, the sale of 49% of the equity in EDF’s UK windfarm portfolio. Prior to EDF Energy, Scott worked for National Grid in capital projects, transmission charges and regulatory sectors, where he was responsible for leading the development of the connection and use of system code and negotiations with the regulator related to RPI-X revenue caps. Scott also worked for Shell on the LNG sales front as well as acting for an infrastructure fund purchasing gas storage facilities in Germany, various gas pipeline assets, and hydro stations in Turkey.
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