Webinar – Distributed Energy Resources in Wholesale Markets: What They Are Doing Now; What They Could Do, Given More Opportunity to Compete

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Webinar:

Distributed Energy Resources in Wholesale Markets: What They Are Doing Now; What They Could Do, Given More Opportunity to Compete 

Recorded on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

2pm ET / 11am PT 

Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) – such as battery storage, electric vehicles, microgrids, and both standalone solar and solar-plus-storage – are known for adding value onsite or to the local distribution grid. Increasingly, however, these resources, when aggregated together, are not only technically capable of providing energy, capacity, and ancillary services to wholesale electricity markets but can do so cost-competitively. A recent AEE report, Putting Distributed Energy Resources to Work in Wholesale Electricity Markets, provided five case studies of aggregated DER participation in wholesale markets, showing what they can do now, and suggesting what they could do with market rules that allowed them to compete fully with traditional resources. This webinar brought these case studies to life, with DER companies and other experts discussing current opportunities and roadblocks across RTO/ISO regions.

Panelists:

  • Katie Guerry, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs North America, Enel X

  • Ted Ko, Director of Policy, Stem

  • Ric O'Connell, Executive Director, GridLab

  • Jeff Dennis,General Counsel and Managing Director, AEE
  • Caitlin Marquis, Director, AEE (moderator)

Fill out the form to view a recording of the webinar and/or download the slides.

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Webinar:

Distributed Energy Resources in Wholesale Markets: What They Are Doing Now; What They Could Do, Given More Opportunity to Compete 

Recorded on Wednesday, October 23, 2019

2pm ET / 11am PT 

Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) – such as battery storage, electric vehicles, microgrids, and both standalone solar and solar-plus-storage – are known for adding value onsite or to the local distribution grid. Increasingly, however, these resources, when aggregated together, are not only technically capable of providing energy, capacity, and ancillary services to wholesale electricity markets but can do so cost-competitively. A recent AEE report, Putting Distributed Energy Resources to Work in Wholesale Electricity Markets, provided five case studies of aggregated DER participation in wholesale markets, showing what they can do now, and suggesting what they could do with market rules that allowed them to compete fully with traditional resources. This webinar brought these case studies to life, with DER companies and other experts discussing current opportunities and roadblocks across RTO/ISO regions.

Panelists:

  • Katie Guerry, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs North America, Enel X

  • Ted Ko, Director of Policy, Stem

  • Ric O'Connell, Executive Director, GridLab

  • Jeff Dennis,General Counsel and Managing Director, AEE
  • Caitlin Marquis, Director, AEE (moderator)

Fill out the form to view a recording of the webinar and/or download the slides.