Charging Ahead on the Future of Energy Storage: Call for Submissions for the Energy Central Upcoming Special Issue
- Jun 22, 2020 3:41 pm GMT
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As far as critical technologies that can have a cascading impact across the utility industry, few are being worked on as feverishly and with as much anticipation as Energy Storage.
Energy storage technology, whether traditional in the form of batteries or pumped hydropower, hydrogen fuel, or even operational energy storage strategies using growing EV fleets, has many in the power sector excited and eager to see what the future may hold. It is believed that widespread and effective power storage will help renewables with their intermittency problems and can create new opportunities to store power at low prices while being able to sell it at high prices. Plus, the reliability and resilience ramifications cannot be understated.
For these reasons and more, energy storage has been at the forefront of R&D projects. But it's sometimes difficult to get a good hold on the state of the industry and how imminently energy storage will transform the way the grid operates. For every exciting headline of technological breakthroughs, there's another that indicates how far off we may still be from grid-scale batteries making the impact they've long promised.
With that in mind, Energy Central is looking for your insights and predictions for the near- and far-term future of Energy Storage. Help the Energy Central Community read the temperature of the energy storage markets and see where the progress is happening by submitting to our upcoming "Charging Ahead on the Future of Energy Storage" Special Issue Scheduled to Deploy on July 30th. Below are a few question prompts to consider for your submission:
- What new and innovative ways has your utility integrated energy storage into your assets and operations?
- What challenges are you facing before energy storage can be a more significant part of your infrastructure?
- As you look at the 5-10 year roadmaps for your organization, where does energy storage come into play?
- How have you taken advantage of customers who may have energy storage available to them (e.g., residential home batteries, charged EV fleets)?
- What other insights, questions, reports, ideas, or concerns about energy storage do you want to share with the Energy Central community?
What We Need from Energy Central's Industry Thought Leaders
We're inviting submissions from experts and leaders who work in the area of energy storage. Share with your fellow community members your successes (and failures) in this process, expectations for the future, and more.
*For Utility Professionals article submissions are free. See below for details on how to submit an article and for deadlines.
Invitation to Solution Providers and Industry Vendors
The "Charging Ahead on the Future of Energy Storage" special issue represents an unprecedented opportunity to reach utility decision-makers working with these evolving energy storage technologies. To learn how you can contribute an article or become a content sponsor of this special issue, please get in touch with a client representative at firstname.lastname@example.org or download our Product Guide now for more information.
Instructions for Participation
Send your submissions to email@example.com with the subject 'Energy Storage 2020.' If you need feedback on your submission idea, feel free to send questions or even an abstract to the same email address (please note that if you submit an abstract for review, do so at least a week ahead of the submission due date and make note that it's an abstract in the subject line).
Abstract Due date: July 13th
Final submissions due date: July 20th, 2020.
Issue Deployment Date: July 30th 2020.
We're excited to read your insights!
Audra C Drazga
VP of the Power Industry Network
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The Energy Central Power Industry Network is based on one core idea - power industry professionals helping each other and advancing the industry by sharing and learning from each other.
If you have an experience or insight to share or have learned something from a conference or seminar, your peers and colleagues on Energy Central want to hear about it. It's also easy to share a link to an article you've liked or an industry resource that you think would be helpful.