Oregon’s New Energy Storage Project for Resiliency and Cost Savings
December 18, 2018
2:00pm — 3:30pm ET
Slides from this webinar are available as a pdf here.
A new energy storage project in Eugene, Oregon will provide backup power for emergency services, as well as cost savings and electricity services to the municipal utility (Eugene Water and Electric Board). This webinar summarized the project and explored technical and economic issues that have arisen during development. The project is important because it will further understanding of how energy storage can participate in energy markets in the Pacific Northwest. The project is jointly supported by U.S. DOE Office of Electricity, Sandia National Laboratories, and Oregon Department of Energy.
- Dr. Imre Gyuk, U.S. DOE-OE
- Robert Del Mar, Oregon Department of Energy
- Matt Ibaraki, Eugene Water and Electric Board
- Phil Fischer, NEC Energy Solutions
- Alex Headley, Sandia National Laboratories
- Dan Borneo, Sandia National Laboratories
- Todd Olinsky-Paul, Clean Energy States Alliance (moderator)
This webinar was a presentation of the Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership (ESTAP). ESTAP is a federal-state funding and information sharing project that aims to accelerate the deployment of electrical energy storage technologies in the U.S. ESTAP is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Electricity, managed by Sandia National Laboratories, and administered by the Clean Energy States Alliance.
Related Project(s): Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership