Tuesday, September 22nd 2020, 3:00 PM – 04:00 PM ET
Join NCSEA on this free virtual webinar. Year over year, polling across North Carolina points to strong support for clean energy from voters on both sides of the aisle. This same polling indicates that voters are split, and overall less supportive, of fossil fuel development. Further, voters also believe lawmakers in North Carolina should invest more in clean energy and ensure more market competition in energy production. These results are particularly important to consider when various stakeholders and lawmakers continue to chart the path forward for the clean energy economy in North Carolina and the southeast. Tune in on September 22 to take a deep dive into some of the aforementioned insights and the latest results of Conservatives for Clean Energy’s annual energy poll.
Monday, Aug. 24th 2020, 9:00am – Noon
Presenter – ISOP Virtual Forum
The purpose of this Reference Information Portal is to provide a central location to share stakeholder engagement meeting information, materials and relevant reference information that has been helpful in developing the ISOP vision.
ISOP is a planning framework that optimizes capacity and energy resource investments across generation, transmission, customer delivery (distribution) and customer solutions. Duke Energy has established a stakeholder engagement process to inform the development of ISOP modeling tools and analytical processes, reach a common understanding of key issues and assess achievable, beneficial outcomes for our customers and other stakeholders through information sharing and constructive discussions. Recognizing the complexity of planning processes, we believe the stakeholder process will be most effective if it is interactive and collaborative. We ask that stakeholders approach the process with the same intention and provide constructive questions and suggestions to help us further understand specific stakeholder use cases for ISOP-related outputs.
The ISOP development effort and this stakeholder process are initially focused on the Carolinas due to the relatively high concentration of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) in this area. Our timeline is focused on implementing the basic elements of ISOP in the 2022 Integrated Resource Plans (IRPs) for Duke Energy Carolinas (DEC) and Duke Energy Progress (DEP). ISOP processes will be extended to our other jurisdictions as quickly as practical, tailored to the specific needs of each area.
Wednesday, July 8th 2020, 2:10 – 2:40pm EST
Panelist –Energy Storage as a Market Opportunity: Private Sector Perspectives
About this Event
The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC) invites you to join us for a virtual Energy Storage Convening on Wednesday, July 8 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm EST.
Marc Chupka, Energy Storage Association
Christian Dick, Ameresco
Ron DiFelice, Southern Current
Katherine Peretick, NRStor
Jigar Shah, Generate Capital
This stakeholder convening will continue the discussion on energy storage and explore market opportunities. Speakers will review the state of the energy storage market in Michigan and a panel of industry experts will share what creates the right market conditions for energy storage companies to thrive. Participants will also be asked to think collaboratively about the challenges the energy storage industry faces.
This convening is sponsored by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).
Surrebuttal Testimony of Ronald DiFelice on behalf of: South Carolina Solar Business Alliance
Friday, June 12th 2020
Detail for 2019-393-E
Opened: Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Summary: Application of Dominion Energy South Carolina, Incorporated for Approval of “Storage Tariff” (Technology-Neutral Avoided Cost Rates for Energy and Capacity for Dispatchable Renewable Generating Facilities)