Storage technologies, both old and new, short and long duration, are competing for space in a rapidly evolving and dynamic energy storage market. The rapid advancement and price decline in lithium-ion technology are among the key factors, but what about pumped hydro, compressed air, flow batteries and hydrogen? Which applications are suited to which technologies? What evaluation criteria should be used and what are the next steps in planning your next storage project?
These and other questions are top of mind as Canada transitions toward a net zero carbon economy by 2050. In this webinar, Megan Reusser, Jason Barmann and Katlyn Meggers discuss market drivers, technology status and economics of various short- and long-duration energy storage technologies.
Ahsan Upal, Moderator
Regional Manager, Canadian Business Development
Senior Development Engineer
Manager, Energy Storage Technical and Strategic Partnerships
Energy Storage Application Specialist