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The transition to a next-generation energy system will require increased penetration of DERs and other grid edge technologies.
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The transition to a next-generation energy system will require increased penetration of DERs and other grid edge technologies. In this webinar, Wood Mackenzie analysts will share:

  • New market sizing and forecasts for resources with potential for grid flexibility: solar, energy storage, distributed fossil generation and load management of residential and C&I sites in the United States
  • Analysis of the different grid services and aggregation options that are evolving today, and how they will allow DERs offer true flexibility to both customers and the electric grid
  • Insight into how utilities, grid operators and vendors should think about shifting demand, harnessing distributed resources and developing business models in the grid edge space.
Ben Kellison
Director, Grid Edge Research,
Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables
Elta Kolo
Grid Edge Content Lead,
Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables
Fei Wang
Grid Edge Research Manager,
Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables
Isaac Maze-Rothstein
Grid Edge Research Analyst,
Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables
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