Energetic Value- Solar PV, Energy Storage, and Net Energy Metering

CitySan Carlos
CountyGila (AZ1145)
Date04/17/2019
Hours18:00
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San Carlos
Gila (AZ1145)
Tel 2019-04-17
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Join the IEEE Power & Energy + Industry Applications Society on April 17, 2019 for: Energetic Value- Solar PV, Energy Storage, and Net Energy Metering Speaker: Eric Mannarino, Arup   Location:  Google, Mountain View. SB65 Border to Border Conference Room  US-MTV-SB65 1365 Shorebird Way Mountain View, CA 94043   When: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 : Dinner & Networking: 6:00 pm; Presentation, 7:00 pm Event Details: http://power.ieeesiliconvalley.org/ RSVP:  Registration Cost:  Registration through 4/14/19:  $15.00 for IEEE members, $20.00 non-members.  Walk-Ins if space available:  $20 members/$25 non-members Description Government incentives and the policies of net energy metering have led to an explosion of solar PV systems throughout the United States over the last couple decades.

At its advent, net energy metering marked the pivot point in the adoption of solar PV systems. The large-scale adoption of solar energy has led to the well-known duck curve; excess energy and low energy prices at midday with cost spikes and large ramps in necessary energy production moving into the evening. Utilities have long complained that solar PV would cause harm to low income customers that could not afford installing PV systems and would be shouldered with the burden of increased rates to pay for utilities’ fixed costs. These factors have caused states such as Hawaii and Arizona to either rescind net metering or impose fixed charges on owners of solar PV systems. These changes to payback incentives for solar are leading to an enhanced marketspace for battery storage systems, especially as an energy arbitrage measure.
 Presenter: Presenter: Eric Mannarino, Arup Eric is a registered electrical engineer (CA) working at Arup’s San Francisco Office. His expertise in the field of efficient and resilient energy systems was built through the conception, design, and construction of distributed energy systems, microgrids, and critical power systems for a variety of clients. His project work includes the design of campus scale microgrids, building integrated DER systems, electric vehicle networks, and hyperscale data centers. Eric’s recent research topics include DC microgrids and the application of microgrids to critical infrastructure facilities. He holds an MS and BS in Electrical Engineering as well as a BA in Business Economics, all from the University of California, Irvine.
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