Panelist, K & L Gates 3rd Annual Energy Storage Conference

Panelist, K & L Gates 3rd Annual Energy Storage Conference

Ronald DiFelice, Ph.D., Managing Partner at Energy Intelligence Partners will participate as a panelist on the Energy Storage Regulatory Panel. Speakers will discuss the regulatory landscape around Energy Storage including FERC issues that may arise.

K&L Gates, the Energy Storage Association, and the Edison Electric Institute are energizing discussions surrounding the energy storage industry will host this year’s third annual Energy Storage Conference. The day will feature discussion topics about evolving market trends, ongoing developments in policy and finance, lessons learned from leading energy storage professionals, and a morning keynote from Representative Mike Doyle (PA-18). Learn more at: http://m.klgates.com/3rd-annual-energy-storage-conference/

“Energy Storage and Carbon Nuetrality” Keynote Speaker

“Energy Storage and Carbon Nuetrality” Keynote Speaker

Ronald DiFelice, Ph.D., Managing Partner at Energy Intelligence Partners will present “Near-Term and Long-Term Prospects for Grid-Scale Energy Storage”on Monday, October 21 from 4:00-5:00pm in the Plemmons Student Union, Room 137C Attic Window.

The Sustainable Energy Speaker Series at Appalachian State University. This series was created to deepen campus and community understanding of contemporary energy issues and spur conversation around energy topics. The series is a joint effort of the Appalachian Energy Center and the Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment. Learn more…

“Employing Storage to Create a Clean Energy Future” Panelist

“Employing Storage to Create a Clean Energy Future” Panelist

Ron DiFelice, Managing Partner of EIP and Panelist of “Employing Storage to Create a Clean Energy Future” at the “Our Clean Energy Future: Micro-grids, Energy Storage and Data Analytics conference. Learn more…

NOTE: The conference venue, the UNC Chapel Hill Student Union Great Hall, lies equidistant and a ten minute walk from three on-campus paid parking structures. Accordingly, we encourage attendees to wear summer shirts, casual slacks and comfortable walking shoes so you enjoy your walk through campus.

9:00 am Registration/Continental Breakfast/Networking

9:30 am Welcome

9:45 pm Employing Storage to Create a Clean Energy Future

MODERATOR: Greg Gangi, Associate Director for Clean Technology and Innovation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

10:45 am Stretch/Networking Break

11:05 am Employing Energy Data Analytics to Produce a Clean Energy Future

MODERATOR: Tim Fairchild, Director, Global Energy Practice, SAS

12:20 pm Lunch/Networking

1:00 pm Luncheon Presentation – Olivia Nicole Corriere and Zach Walker, Co-chair, Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

1:20 pm Federal/State Regulatory Overview – Steve Hunting, Partner, Parker Poe

1:50 pm Employing Micro-grids to Producing a Clean Energy Future

MODERATOR: Nelle Hotchkiss, SVP & COO, Association Services, North Carolina Electric Membership Corporation

3:10 pm Closing Remarks

3:30 pm Conference Concludes