Addressing New York City's 125 MW Need with Energy Storage, Demand Response, and Energy Efficiency

On March 20th, AGRION will convene a roundtable of experts from Imergy Power, Viridity Energy, ConEdison, and NYSERDA, to discuss the immense investment opportunities for energy storage, demand response, and energy efficiency technologies, given the newest set of incentives issued by the NY PSC.

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(PRWEB) March 10, 2014

"In a few weeks the NY Public Service Commission will likely pass the greatest set of financial incentives proposed by a utility for energy efficiency investments and demand response for any US city. These historical financial incentives for New York City are directly tied to two time-sensitive issues - the upcoming 2014 summer and the possible closure of Indian Point Nuclear Power Plant by December 2015 that provides NYC with over 20% of its electricity. Consumer driven virtual power empowered by a Utility of the Future will be key components of NYC's transformative future," says H.G. Chissell, who will be moderating the panel. On March 20th, AGRION will host a roundtable discussion examining how energy storage, onsite generation, demand response, and investment in building energy systems can work together to meet the city's great peak demand reduction needs in a cost-effective, manageable way. We will also hear updates on AGRION’s Energy Storage Framework Initiative, a dynamic web resource that provides up-to-date storage information on applicable technologies, new solutions, key policies, business case studies and the emerging economic value proposition of distributed storage.

Other speakers include: Herve Mazzocco Senior Director at Imergy Power, Harris Schaer, Senior Project Manager at NYSERDA, and Timothy Lezgus, Business Development Manager, C&I Efficiency, at ConEdison. To register, click here.


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