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marcus evans

October 13, 2015 15:23 ET

Construct Systems That Meet Peak Demand, Strengthen Grid Resiliency, and Exceed Stakeholder Expectations

The 6th Annual Electric Energy Storage Conference Provides a Meeting Platform for Heads of Advanced and Emerging Technology, R&D, and Strategy From Utilities, RTOs/ISOs, and Electric Power Producers and Users to Review Recently Constructed and Future Storage Deployments

SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - October 13, 2015) - marcus evans will host the 6th Annual Electric Energy Storage Conference on January 13-14, 2016 in San Diego, CA. Through case studies and panels from utility and public/private sector experts, attendees will be able to achieve a deeper understanding of how to compare storage technology, maintenance, safety, siting, regulatory hurdles and successful business models.

Attending this premier utility conference will enable you to:

  • Evaluate varying types of control systems and battery technologies: which suits your application best, where to site batteries safely, and how long they will blast or be guaranteed by the OEM
  • Reduce capital costs of generation, transmission and distribution systems through installation of energy storage systems
  • Analyze the market structure and updates to behind versus in front of the meter systems, wholesale markets impacts, pricing strategies, customer sited deployments and more!
  • Envision the current and future landscape of disruptive and emerging technologies for grid scale storage applications

'Topics covered were cutting edge and very timely." Hydro One

"A great opportunity to learn." Enel

"Great conference! Well organized with terrific speakers." New England ISO

"Overall, very good conference." National Grid

For more information, check out the conference brochure here or email Tyler Kelch, Digital Marketing Manager at

marcus evans conferences annually produce over 2,000 high quality events designed to provide key strategic business information, best practice and networking opportunities for senior industry decision-makers.

Featuring Case Studies from Leading Energy Storage Experts, including:

David Fribush
Project Leader, Energy Storage & Emerging Grid Technologies
Pacific Gas and Electric Company

Lincoln Bleveans
Power Resources Manager
Burbank Water and Power

David Stevens
Emerging Technology Project Manager
Xcel Energy

Bill Torre
Program Director
University of California-San Diego Center for Energy Research

Flora Flygt
Strategic Planning & Policy Advisor
American Transmission Company

Will Price
Power Planning Engineer
Eugene Water & Electric

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