Webinar: Shifting Power from Utilities to Consumers via Solar Plus Batteries

Webinar: Shifting Power from Utilities to Consumers via Solar Plus Batteries

Date: 6 Jul 2018 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

The Institute for Local Self-Reliance invite clean energy advocates, electricity market regulators, utility employees, and energy democracy adherents to join a webinar exploring the technical, economic, and market implications of cost-effective combination of solar with energy storage.

The webinar –– Wednesday, July 18th @ 2 p.m. CT –– will cover the powerful upending of the electricity market structure on the doorstep, the implications for centrally planned power systems, and the policies that align market rules with the democratizing power of solar and energy storage.

Register for this webinar here.

John Farrell, the Institute for Local Self-Reliance’s Energy Democracy initiative director (right) will be presenting the results from the upcoming report, Reverse Flow: How Solar Plus Batteries Shifts Electric Grid Power from Utilities to Consumers, you can register and receive a copy of the webinar after the fact.

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Nick Stumo-Langer is Communications Manager at ILSR working for all five initiatives. He runs ILSR's Facebook and Twitter profiles and builds relationships with reporters. He is an alumnus of St. Olaf College and animated by the concerns of monopoly power across our economy.