Energy Innovators Leverage Mobile Energy Storage to Advance Grid
Future Transmission and Distribution Grid Track
Date & Time
Wednesday, October 2, 2024, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM
Fouad Dagher Yazan Harasis

Power Edison of New Jersey recently deliverd the world’s largest fleet of mobile energy storage systems to DTE. Panelists in this session discuss the latest innovations and applications of mobile energy storage, a field that's rapidly transforming utilities’ approach to energy management and distribution. They will delve into how these portable systems provide reactive and real power to support the grid, enhance renewable integration, and offer customer solutions for peak shaving and emergency backup. The discussion will also address how mobile storage enables more flexible and sustainable energy solutions. This session aims to highlight the technology's versatility, from supporting EV charging infrastructure to aiding in disaster response, and its role in a more resilient and adaptive energy landscape for utilities across the country. Energy Storage can provide immediate load relief for overloaded stations or circuits caused by “Rapid Load Growth” case by penetration of electric vehicles. In addition, panelists will discuss how energy storage can provide voltage and power regulation on the distribution grid, as well as how energy storage on the distribution grid can provide spinning reserves and area regulation for the transmission system.