Energy Storage for Resilience to Natural Disasters & Other Extreme Events


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Recent Hurricanes Harvey and Irma left millions of homes and businesses without power, with some expected to wait weeks for service restoration. Meanwhile, the recent Department of Energy Staff Report on Electricity Markets and Reliability has highlighted resilience needs in a changing electric grid. Energy storage is increasingly adopted for backup power during extreme events and for flexibility to adapt to rapidly changing conditions.

Join the Advanced Energy Storage Caucus for remarks from co-chairs Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY) and Rep. Mark Takano (D-CA), an update on the U.S. energy storage market, and a briefing on the role of energy storage in electric infrastructure resilience.

Location

Rayburn House Office Building
2123 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515

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