ENERGY STORAGE

Register for our webinar – Investing in energy storage

RICHARD HEAP

July 16, 2020

Next Thursday July 23rd, Energy Storage Report is hosting the webinar “Investing in energy storage: Powering the global energy transition”.

In the first half of 2020 we have seen a host of 1GW+ commitments to energy storage projects from major companies in North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. This has shown that storage will play a big role in supporting a global energy transition and supporting increasing amounts of renewables on electricity grids. Hosted in partnership with A Word About Wind and Lockton Companies, this webinar will explore the opportunities and risks involved with the wave of likely investment into this emerging asset class.This webinar will address

  • Where are the opportunities and risks for investors and developers in this emerging asset class?
  • What needs to happen in order to facilitate greater investment support for projects in the next 12-24 months?
  • What geographies and applications will likely see the greatest activity in the short term?
  • What are likely to be the biggest storage technology trends over the next five years and how will that affect investor interest in the sector?

MODERATORNate Hudson, Senior Vice President at Lockton Power at Lockton CompaniesPANELISTSMike Bonafide, VP Power & Project Finance at CIT GroupBalki Iyer, Chief Commercial Officer at Eos Energy StorageSusan Nickey, Managing Director, Hannon ArmstrongTim Rebhorn, Managing Partner at EnCap Investments‍‍

Produced by Tamarindo Group in conjunction with Lockton Companies

July 23, 2020 4:00 PM

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