This lecture demonstrates how to accurately, objectively, and transparently model the economics for any type of behind-the-meter (BTM) energy storage project. We will candidly discuss the types of residential and C&I storage projects that offer the best savings opportunities. This will enable developers to identify the best storage use-cases in their local market today, so they can focus development resources efficiently.
There’s a lot of hype and buzz surrounding the nascent BTM energy storage market. Many solar developers are looking to strategically position themselves to get a piece of the action. But in order for the BTM storage market to really begin scaling up, developers will need to build repeatable processes for finding the best projects and closing deals.
After completing this lecture, you will understand:
- How to model different BTM energy storage value streams: peak demanding shaving, time-of-use arbitrage, and self-consumption.
- How to identify the types of customer load profiles and utility rate structures that offer the best savings opportunities.
- How to optimize the Energy Storage System (ESS) size for optimal dollar savings on a specific project.
- Best practices developers are using to present the economics of storage projects in clear and simple terms to a customer.
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