How New York can have the energy storage market it wants

New York has named energy storage as central to achieving its ambitious clean energy goals and introduced storage incentives and novel compensation mechanisms, such as the Value of Distributed Energy Resources (VDER) tariff. But developers still often find it difficult to make storage projects pencil and to track the sweeping potential impacts of developments like FERC Order 2222 and New York’s emerging rules around “dual participation” in retail and wholesale markets.

In this webinar, join experts from Stem and Source Renewables for an update on the latest policy and market developments and strategies developers are using today to successfully ‘future-proof’ solar plus storage projects in New York’s evolving market. Topics will include:

  • Update on incentive levels and impact on project economics
  • Recent federal and state developments on dual participation
  • How New York can remove obstacles that impede current projects and realize the energy storage market it wants


Ted Ko

VP Policy and Regulatory Affairs


Andrew Day

Source Renewables


Jeff Lines

VP Business Development
Source Renewables

Capturing VDER’s Value Stack and ‘Future-Proofing’ Storage Projects in New York’s Evolving Market

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