Presented by: Amanda Long and Christina Catalano,
Thursday, March 8, 2018 | 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Currently batteries in PJM participate in the regulation market as a generation asset, but a number of projects have been proposed that offer the opportunity for batteries to participate as transmission assets. A cross-divisional team at PJM is evaluating the past, present, and future use of Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) as a solution to transmission congestion or reliability upgrades. This presentation will discuss considerations for PJM’s cross-functional strategy to model, analyze, and approve energy storage devices as transmission solutions. It will touch on recommendations that span PJM’s Markets, Operations, and Planning divisions.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Individuals and companies whose business involves battery storage.
Amanda Long and Christina Catalano are co-leading PJM’s 2017-18 cross-divisional Arc Project to evaluate battery storage as a transmission asset. The Arc Project is a 3-year rotational development program that exposes candidates to various departments in PJM’s Markets, Operations, and Planning divisions.
Amanda Long is part of PJM’s Arc Program. She has been with PJM since June 2016. She earned her B.S. in Mathematical Business from Elizabethtown College.
Christina Catalano is also part of PJM’s Arc Program. She has been with PJM since June 2016. She earned her B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Lehigh University.
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