Thurs., Sept. 17, 2020, at 10:00 a.m. PT – Reducing Pollution and Costs with Energy Storage at Tribal Businesses: Energy storage technologies are taking center stage as tribal businesses, governments, and other organizations seek to improve their self-reliance and resiliency against utility outages. Energy storage also can be used to prevent pollution and save money, and incentives currently available for some projects make storage investments more affordable than ever. In this 90-minute roundtable discussion, experts and roundtable participants will explore and discuss: energy storage technology options; pairing energy storage with renewables and microgrids; storage strategies; funding opportunities; and challenges for tribes in considering energy storage projects to reduce pollution and costs while increasing resiliency and self-reliance.
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