(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.