Webinar in English.
Energy storage is a unique power-system asset, in that it can provide services that are functionally similar to those that are provided by generation, transmission, and distribution assets and act as a load. Most of our market designs and regulatory constructs assume that assets primarily fall into one of these categories. This talk will introduce the challenges that are raised by this dichotomy between the capabilities of energy storage and the regulatory and market treatment of power-system assets. It will discuss also the potential use of storage-capacity rights as a way of overcoming these challenges.
Ramteen Sioshansi is a Professor in and Associate Department Chair of Department of Integrated Systems Engineering and an associate fellow in Center for Automotive Research at The Ohio State University. His research focuses on the integration of advanced energy technologies, including renewables, energy storage, and electric transportation, into energy systems. He works also in energy policy and electricity market design, especially as they pertain to advanced energy technologies. He served three two-year terms on Electricity Advisory Committee, a federal advisory committee to U.S. Secretary of Energy, and chaired its Energy Storage (Technologies) Subcommittee. He is an IEEE Fellow.
This event will take place at IFP School on September 8th at 5:00pm. It is organized under the auspices of the French Association for Energy Economics with the support of Electricity Economics and Digital Transition Chair (IFP School), the Climate Economics Chair (Paris-Dauphine University), Armand Peugeot Chair (CentraleSupelec, ESSEC, Université PSA) and Economics of Natural Gas Chair (Paris Dauphine-PSL University, IFP School, Mines Paris Tech-PSL University, Toulouse School of Economics).
The seminar will be broadcasted online – registration details are available here: link