It’s been a while since we’ve hosted a webinar, and we’re excited to be back! Join us on October 24th with GridBeyond and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) as we discuss unlocking the value of virtual power plants.
Virtual power plants (VPPs) are not new. Historically, the majority of VPP capacity has been utilized in demand response programs to help improve grid reliability when bulk power supply is limited. However, VPP applications have the potential to provide much more value as the grid transitions to a more decarbonized, decentralized, and digital future — all things we love to hear at CleanTechnica!
Along with the webinar host — CleanTechnica’s CEO, Zachary Shahan — our panelists will be Andrey Bernstein, Senior Research Manager from NREL; Ben Sigrin, Senior Product Manager at GridBeyond; and Jeremy Cook, Director of Net Zero Solutions at GridBeyond. We’ll be hosting the discussion and hope you’ll join us to learn more about how virtual power plants can play an important role in a sustainable energy future.
In September, the DOE released its “Pathways to Commercial Uplift for VPPs” report. In this webinar, we will unpack that report with the aforementioned industry experts and discuss ways distributed energy resource asset owners, utilities, and grid operators can capitalize on the benefits of virtual power plants today.
So join us to listen in on how we can unlock the value of virtual power plants in the current energy sector. We’ll be taking audience questions at the end of the discussion, so come ready with your thoughts and queries. If you can’t attend the webinar live, please register anyway, as we’ll be distributing the recorded discussion after the webinar airs.
Here’s the registration link again. Hope to see you there!
This article is sponsored by GridBeyond.
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