Hybrid solar and storage technology offers incredible potential for both commercial and residential users. And it’s no longer a case of having to develop the two elements separately and link them together, now you can develop a pure hybrid project from the outset, offering new opportunities for solar energy as baseload, increasing system resiliency and efficiency and that can be supported by power producers’ existing grid infrastructure.
Join this webinar and hear more from our expert panel on the future of hybrid solar.
Key areas for discussion include:
How commonplace are solar+storage projects becoming? Have we seen increased uptake in the last year?
Does integrating storage capabilities into your solar project change how you get the projects financed? Are investors keen on this hybrid approach?
How big an impact is the advent of solar+storage hybrid projects having on the capability of solar to be a reliable form of baseload power?
Is there a different in the capabilities of rooftop and utility-scale projects in terms of how they cope with the hybrid approach?
Can solar+storage help to create opportunities for rural electrification projects?
Jack Kneeland, Partner, Vector Energy AdvisoryPanelists:
Gayrajan Kohli, Director, Energy & Infrastructure, ARC Capital
Daniel Rye, Director - BD, Canopy Power
George Garabandic, Principal Consultant, DNV GL
Paul English, Director, Hybrids - Solar, GE Renewable Energy