Webinar: Get more from solar
New Revenue Opportunities for Solar & Battery Systems
Wednesday, December 9
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Co-hosts: Joint venture Silicon Valley and The Climate Center
Co-presented with TerraVerde Energy
Recommended for public agencies, local governments, and businesses.
Are power outages the new normal in California? PG&E recently turned off power for over 800,000 Northern California customers, many of whom remained without power for three days. With increased wildfire risks, the prospect of more Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS) are leaving communities wondering how they can manage through outages that could last for days at a time and re-evaluating the need for clean energy backup power
This webinar will explore the increased value of solar renewable energy certificates (RECs) and program participation opportunities for batteries in grid services and CCA programs. There are new and untapped revenue opportunities in California for solar photovoltaic and battery energy storage systems. This session will review these opportunities and discuss the steps to pursuing these value streams.
David Burdick, TerraVerde
David serves as executive vice president of business development for TerraVerde Energy, supporting CCAs and public agencies (including transit agencies, school districts, municipalities, and water agencies) in evaluating, deploying, and managing intelligent energy programs (solar PV projects, battery energy storage projects, resiliency programs, facility microgrids, and DER Programs). Prior to joining TerraVerde, David served as a General Manager for a solar & battery EPC firm.
Janelle London, Coltura
Janelle London is the co-executive director of Coltura and heads Joint Venture’s Beyond Gasoline Initiative. She serves on the Environmental Quality Commission for the city of Menlo Park, advises Peninsula Clean Energy and Green Ninja. Janelle is a graduate of Stanford University and the University of California Berkeley Law School.
Barry Vesser, The Climate Center
Barry Vesser is the chief operating officer of The Climate Center and leading the campaign for Climate-Safe California for Joint Venture Silicon Valley. He has worked for 28 years in the nonprofit sector focused on environmental sustainability and addressing climate change. He works in the nexus of business and policy that supports a carbon-free economy.