Sandia / Energy Market Authority (EMA) Technical Workshop

The Challenge of Interconnection Renewable Energy Resources as Baseload

August 3-5, 2015

 

Sandia National Laboratories collaborated with the Energy Market Authority (EMA) to provide technical guidance to inform Singapore electricity power industry stakeholders, the research and development community, and decision makers on critical elements of establishing an energy storage system (ESS) test bed. Information shared included:

• Recent and evolving ESS Research & Development and Deployment (RD&D) trends
• Applicable technical standards, guidelines, and regulatory framework for ESS deployment
• Potential RD&D focus areas specific to an ESS test bed in Singapore:
   o Safety
   o Certification
   o Market Structure
   o Grid-tied and independent systems

 

Day 1

SNL/Energy Storage Program: An Overview Stan Atcitty Sandia National Laboratories
Electrical Energy Storage Projects, Applications & Research Challenges for Grid Support: Description of Recent SNL Projects Dan Borneo Sandia National Laboratories
ES Demonstration and Analysis: ESS in Grid-Level Setting Ben Schenkman Sandia National Laboratories
Energy Storage Use Cases: Expanded Examples & Explanations Ben Schenkman Sandia National Laboratories

Day 2

Energy Storage Test Bed Design Issues David Rosewater and Ben Schenkman Sandia National Laboratories
Energy Storage: Policies, Market Opportunities, Challenges, and Gaps Jacquelynne Hernández Sandia National Laboratories
Testing and Validation: Grid-Level ESS Systems David Rosewater Sandia National Laboratories
Protocols and Procedures for Grid-Level ESS David Rosewater (for David Schoenwald) Sandia National Laboratories
Energy Storage System Safety – Codes and Standards David Rosewater Sandia National Laboratories