Now in its tenth year, Storage Week 2017 is the global business hub driving the development and finance of energy storage projects.
Woodland Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 13, 2017
Infocast is set to host the biggest energy storage event of the year - Storage Week 2017 - next month on February 22-24 in Oakland, CA. It’s the can’t-miss event for stakeholders of the storage industry, especially with hundreds of megawatts of storage projects already in the pipeline.
As the energy storage industry is poised for exponential growth, the demands of the modern electric system are driving states, markets and utilities to spur investment in storage systems and technologies.
California-style state procurement mandates are emerging in other states, C&I customers are installing storage as part of their energy management and sustainability initiatives, RTOs and ISOs are working on storage products and services, and utilities are adding storage assets to their grid management toolkit.
However, as storage moves to full-scale deployment, developers must now seek outside capital to fuel their growth. And despite radical reductions in battery costs, the economics, business models and risks of the new storage asset class are more difficult for lenders and investors to deal with than solar.
Now in its 10th year, Storage Week 2017 is the global business hub driving the development and finance of energy storage projects. At this industry-leading event, attendees will be able to join senior executives and active financiers at the forefront of deploying behind the meter and standalone energy storage systems as they explore the road to bankable projects.
For more information or to join as a sponsor, visit the Storage Week 2017 website or call 818-888-4444.
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