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Energy Storage Webinar Series: Webinar #3

This webinar is the third in a series of webinars focused on optimizing energy storage projects and building confidence with investors. DNV experts will deliver 30-minute sessions on how to mitigate key storage project risks, specifically covering energy storage agreement reviews, augmentation strategies, and emerging li-ion technology trends. Due to the concise nature of these webinars, there will not be a live Q&A. If you'd like our experts to discuss a specific topic, you can submit a question in the registration form and we will address it in the webinar or follow-up with you afterwards.

Battery energy storage systems have evolved dramatically over the past decade, driven by improving cell technology, integrated thermal management and controls, and an increased focus on mitigating safety and site risks. In this webinar, DNV reviewed key evolutions in battery energy storage systems design and market trends on storage technology. Additionally, DNV discussed how manufactures and developers can build confidence in the performance of these emerging technologies. 

  • Evolution of battery energy storage system design
  • Emerging technology trends in the storage market
  • What does the future for storage technology look like?
  • What is the technology review process and how does DNV apply it?
  • Why is a technology review needed?

You can view the on-demand recording here.


DNV Experts:

20200130 Michael Kleinberg 200x200pxlMichael Kleinberg, PhD. is the Head of Department for DNV’s Energy Storage Advisory team, the leading technical advisor for energy storage and hybrid renewables in North America. Michael has over 10 years of industry experience specializing in energy storage, hybrid renewables, microgrids, DER, and advanced grid analytics. Michael has supported development and financing of over 6GWh of energy storage across the globe. He has served as Primary Investigator on multiple ARPA-E and NYSERDA energy research initiatives and has presented at over 50 technical conferences and events. Michael received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.

20210830 Eddie Rohilla 200x200pxlAditya (Eddie) Rohilla is a Senior Consultant in DNV’s Energy Storge Advisory team and has 13 years of experience in the energy industry. He serves as the Practice Lead for DNV’s Energy Storage Technology services, which includes evaluation of battery hardware, battery management systems and controls, integrated system, as well as service infrastructure. Over the last six years, he has been performing and managing technical due diligence reviews of various battery energy storage products for manufacturers and developers for behind-the-meter and utility scale applications. In this role, he also manages and contributes to independent engineering reviews of energy storage and solar plus storage projects. Mr. Rohilla also has seven years of prior experience evaluating residential and commercial energy efficiency programs for various utilities throughout the United States. Mr. Rohilla earned his B.S. in Environmental Science with a minor in Energy and Resources from the University of California at Berkeley.

This webinar is the third in a series of webinars focused on optimizing energy storage projects and building confidence with investors. DNV experts will deliver 30-minute sessions on how to mitigate key storage project risks, specifically covering energy storage agreement reviews, augmentation strategies, and emerging li-ion technology trends. Due to the concise nature of these webinars, there will not be a live Q&A. If you'd like our experts to discuss a specific topic, you can submit a question in the registration form and we will address it in the webinar or follow-up with you afterwards.

Battery energy storage systems have evolved dramatically over the past decade, driven by improving cell technology, integrated thermal management and controls, and an increased focus on mitigating safety and site risks. In this webinar, DNV reviewed key evolutions in battery energy storage systems design and market trends on storage technology. Additionally, DNV discussed how manufactures and developers can build confidence in the performance of these emerging technologies. 

  • Evolution of battery energy storage system design
  • Emerging technology trends in the storage market
  • What does the future for storage technology look like?
  • What is the technology review process and how does DNV apply it?
  • Why is a technology review needed?

You can view the on-demand recording here.


DNV Experts:

20200130 Michael Kleinberg 200x200pxlMichael Kleinberg, PhD. is the Head of Department for DNV’s Energy Storage Advisory team, the leading technical advisor for energy storage and hybrid renewables in North America. Michael has over 10 years of industry experience specializing in energy storage, hybrid renewables, microgrids, DER, and advanced grid analytics. Michael has supported development and financing of over 6GWh of energy storage across the globe. He has served as Primary Investigator on multiple ARPA-E and NYSERDA energy research initiatives and has presented at over 50 technical conferences and events. Michael received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University.

20210830 Eddie Rohilla 200x200pxlAditya (Eddie) Rohilla is a Senior Consultant in DNV’s Energy Storge Advisory team and has 13 years of experience in the energy industry. He serves as the Practice Lead for DNV’s Energy Storage Technology services, which includes evaluation of battery hardware, battery management systems and controls, integrated system, as well as service infrastructure. Over the last six years, he has been performing and managing technical due diligence reviews of various battery energy storage products for manufacturers and developers for behind-the-meter and utility scale applications. In this role, he also manages and contributes to independent engineering reviews of energy storage and solar plus storage projects. Mr. Rohilla also has seven years of prior experience evaluating residential and commercial energy efficiency programs for various utilities throughout the United States. Mr. Rohilla earned his B.S. in Environmental Science with a minor in Energy and Resources from the University of California at Berkeley.