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Electrical Energy Storage: Health & Safety
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Electrical Energy Storage: Health & Safety

 Export to Your Calendar 16/05/2017
When: Tuesday, May 16, 2017
9:00 AM
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Squire Patton Boggs
7 Devonshire Square
London EC2M 4YH
United Kingdom
Contact: Garth Halliday
+44 (0)207 901 3000


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The essential update on how good risk management can maximise the value and opportunities with the deployment Electrical Energy Storage (EES) technologies.

 

Is 2017 the year Electrical Energy Storage goes mainstream? 

National Grid's sub-second frequency response contracts awarded last year and HM Government's Green Paper, Building our Industrial Strategy (Jan 2017) combined with the numerous electricity market and financial projections make clear that storage can and must play a central role in the energy mix of the UK.

 

Timely and essential update on the potential health & safety risks

While there is a degree of consensus to seek clarity on policy, financial and regulatory matters – industry is now working on managing the risks and regulations that apply. The safety and resilience of EES’s are poorly understood by some duty holders, investors and the wider supply chain, but this will change with industry discussion and deployment. 

 

Programme

An essential update of the state of play on the health and safety risk management of EES technologies – with particular emphasis on secondary battery storage systems. Key topics will include:

  • Policy and market update on energy storage
  • Technical overview ofEES technologies and systems
  • Health, safety and environmental regulations
  • Risk management – hazards and risk control systems
  • Standards and guidance – existing and new standards, e.g IEC
  • Investor and developer due diligence
  • Future research & cooperation

The event will be of particular benefit to:

  • legal & professional advisers
  • diligence professionals
  • developers & asset owners
  • health & safety practitioners
  • manufacturers
  • contractors & installation specialists
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Speakers
  • Everoze
  • DNVGL
  • Forge Risk
  • RenewableUK

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