This talk is part of a Thursday morning series, hosted by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, titled Energy, Environment, Water: Managing the Interdependencies for our Grandchildren and Beyond. It will be held at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center. Click hereto see the full brochure.
Distributed energy storage is a key supportive technology to help achieve a high proportion of renewable energy usage at high reliability. Where and when does it make sense in Michigan today? What Michigan policies should be in-place to support this growing market? Should utilities own and/or manage a customer’s distributive storage?