Plan to Attend: Webcast on Solving the “Flexibility Gap”

With renewable generation from wind, solar and hydropower making up about half of all new electricity generating capacity being added to the grid, flexibility is needed in the transmission grid.

At the same time, pumped storage hydro provides about 97% of all existing energy storage capacity.

How can wind, solar and hydro work together to meet transmission grid flexibility needs?

Several projects already are under way that demonstrate the benefits of pairing these technologies to provide needed energy storage. Learn about one of these projects, and gain ideas and insights about future synergies.

Speakers for this free webcast are:

Susanne Kleineheismann, international sales, water battery, Max Bogl Wind AG

Rick Miller, P.E., senior vice president, renewable energy services, HDR

Charles R. Sensiba, partner, Troutman Sanders LLP

This webcast — scheduled for May 14 at 11 am central time in the U.S. — is being produced by Hydro Review and Renewable Energy World magazines.

Click here to register to attend.

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