Nevada: 700 MW of Energy Storage by 2030!?
An In-Depth Look at the Recent Economic Potential Study
FREE for ESA members / $50 for Nonmembers
Nevada’s energy future could include up to 700 MW of cost-effective energy storage, according to a study out last month from Brattle. The study, commissioned by the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada and the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy, found that Nevada could deploy up to 175 MW of cost-effective energy storage by 2020, and between 700 and 1,000 MW by 2030.
“We have applied a new approach to determine how the simultaneous capture of multiple value streams impacts cost-effective storage deployment levels,” Ryan Hledik, a Brattle principal and co-author of the study, said in a statement. “Our findings have implications that extend beyond the state borders of Nevada.”
We have invited the Brattle economists behind the study, as well as a representative from the Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy, to join us for a webinar on December 11.
During this webinar attendees will:
• Get a synopsis of Brattle’s study, methods, and its implications for both Nevada and
• Hear a deep dive about Nevada’s unique energy landscape, and how the energy storage
industry can have a hand in the state’s future energy mix.
• Have an opportunity to ask questions of the authors of the Brattle study.
• Ryan Hledik; Principal, The Brattle Group
• Roger Lueken; Associate, The Brattle Group
• Angie Dykema, Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy