Intelligent Energy Storage to Reduce Operating Costs
Sponsored by: EnerSys
- Energy Storage Solutions
- Building Operations
Date: 8 June
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Energy Storage Reduces Operating Costs and Improves Service to Residential High Rise Buildings
High performance buildings lead to high performance businesses. By utilizing energy storage, your building can work smarter to increase your energy performance to become more efficient and profitable.
In our webinar, we will discuss how storing power close to the load relieves strain on the transmission and distribution infrastructure, reducing losses that come from delivering power over congested and thermally limited lines during peak demand times.
We will discuss the features and benefits of modular distributed energy storage systems and technologies that allow better design life, cyclic life expectations, logistics & maintenance infrastructure to improve performance.
A highlight of Glenwood property management will take you through a real life application of efficient building operations with intelligent energy storage systems.
Register now to be a part of the world of distributed energy storage.
Edward R. Stein,
Business Development and Sales, Energy Storage
Ed is the Energy Storage leader at EnerSys for the past four years.
He has been in the Energy industry for over 25-years with expertise in manufacturing, engineering and sales for both the reserve and motive power battery industries.
Mr. Stein has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from Kutztown University and is a Veteran of the United States Navy.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand how energy storage solutions balance energy supply and demand
- Learn how to apply key storage solutions to improve building operations
- Real-time tracking, measuring and verification of system performance
- Maintaining grid stability, operational reliability and resiliency
- Building Owners
- Head / Managers in Facility Management Companies
- Energy Storage Project Developers
- Project Manager in Engineering
- Engineering Manager
- Business Development Manager
- Research and Development
- Application Manager
- System Manager