CPC 603: Battery System Risks & Quantitative Assessment



4-Hour course registration fees include: workshop materials, certificate of completion and coffee breaks


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CPC 603 – Battery System Risk and Quantitative Assessment

Date: Monday, December 7, 2015

Time: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Room: N233 | Cost: $425.00


Linda Maepa, Founder & COO, ElectronVault

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for project finance professionals (finance, insurance, construction, O&M, SPV management), industry analysts, investors, regulators, consultants, and those with responsibility for Strategy, New Business, and New Product development who need to understand and assess how battery systems fit into their business or investment strategy for any purpose.

Course Overview and Objective

In this course, you will develop an understanding of battery system performance, value creation, costs, and risk analysis in order to perform quantitative assessments of a battery system in order to evaluate the suitability of candidate battery systems for your project(s). By the end of this course, you will: – Understand foundational battery system concepts – Understand battery system performance, value creation, and costs – Identify and analyze technical, planning, construction, and operational risks associated with battery systems – Assess battery system use cases on the basis of performance, financials, and risk.

Course Highlights
The course uses lectures and individual/group activities to teach participants how to critically assess battery systems using a variety of tools and techniques. Every participant will complete the class with worked examples and an electronic version of the class workbook that includes job aids and reference material. Topics include:• Intro to battery systems

• Battery system performance and value creation

• Battery system performance and risk

• Finding the data for modeling

• Working with a battery system techno-economic model

• Analyzing a solar plus storage use case

Instructor’s Biography

Linda Maepa, Founder & COO, ElectronVault

Ms. Maepa leads her energy storage firm’s energy advisory practice. Since founding ElectronVault in 2007, she is an active advisor in the private and public sector regarding energy storage project finance and risk management. She is the author of the forthcoming book, Cyber-physical Security and Battery System Design: Building a Smarter, More Resilient Grid.


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Jan Simpson |

E-mail: pgiconference@pennwell.com

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