For the third installment in our Solar + Storage series, we'd like to highlight a recent webinar hosted by ATA Insights about designing PV systems with energy storage in the Americas.

Designing PV Systems with Energy Storage

Elizabeth Pond | Fluence

Reposted with permission from Fluence. (Part 1, Part 2):

For the third installment in our Solar + Storage series, we'd like to highlight a recent webinar hosted by ATA Insights about designing PV systems with energy storage in the Americas.  This webinar provides:

  • an overview of solar + storage use cases and how they can create value;
  • approaches to designing solar + storage systems;
  • things to consider when looking at AC and DC coupled systems; and
  • case studies of solar + storage projects.

The webinar was moderated by Belén Gallego, CEO of ATA Insights, and features Vikas Bansal, Global Head of Business Development - Solar EPC and Utility Scale Energy Storage at Sterling & Wilson and our very own TJ Winter, a Principal Manager on Fluence's Product Lifecycle team.

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