Ontario's Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) announced today that two new energy storage facilities have been selected through a competitive process to help support the reliability, flexibility and efficiency of the province’s electricity grid.
Energy Storage Canada (ESC) welcomes the Ontario government’s commitment in its 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP) to advance regulatory reform and to level the playing field to ensure energy storage can compete and contribute to modernizing the province’s energy system.
Energy Storage in Canada today released the final Connecting to Now conference program to be held in Toronto on September 19-20. With a focus on energy storage market opportunities in Canada and globally, it is a key event for individuals seeking to shape and influence the energy storage supply chain domestically or internationally as entrepreneurs, investors, manufacturers or regulators.
The Energy Storage Association 2017 Annual Conference, held from April 18 through 20 in Denver, Colorado, was the largest ever with more than 150 speakers in 40 education sessions, and approximately 1,700 attendees from over 30 countries. For Energy Storage Canada, it was the first time that the association was exhibiting at this conference (and any conference globally) as a national organization.