Energy storage offers a promising alternative to natural gas peaking plants, given storage's ability to shave peaks and respond almost instantaneously to grid signals. In recent months alone, storage has won big capacity bids in numerous markets, bids that were virtually unimaginable not too long ago. But what does the increasing role of energy storage as peaker replacement mean for investments in new combustion turbine, or even combined cycle plants, and gas pipelines? Are these assets destined to be stranded by next decade, or sooner? Join GTM as we gather with industry experts from energy storage, utilities and gas industries to examine technological and regulatory developments, business model innovations, and investments in peaker resources.


  • When

  • 05/21/18
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Eastern Time

  • Where

  • Convene 730 Third Ave
    730 Third Avenue
    New York, New York 10017
    USA

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