Jay Dauenhauer is the host the Energy Cast podcast and is a project manager at Duke Energy.
Jay has interviewed over 70 guests across all energy sectors. This course includes a 10 minute lecture on large scale solutions to energy storage along with 12 interview episodes of various large scale energy storage applications.
What quickly became apparent when profiling these guests is that you cannot have any meaningful conversation about renewable energy without energy storage. The conversation about energy storage really hasn’t included all the great storage technologies out there. It pretty much ends with lithium-ion batteries.
In this course you will learn about lithium-ion batteries, but you’ll see that energy storage is far more diverse than that.
This online course is self-paced. You can begin instantly upon enrollment.
Access Information and Build Your Training Library
After enrolling, the course materials will remain in your account and be accessible 12 months (1 year) after enrollment. Access can be extended beyond 1 year with a monthly membership. Rewatch videos and review assignments as many times as you want. Return to your course anytime with online access from anywhere in the world.
Earn A Certificate of Completion
When you complete this course you are eligible for a certificate of completion from HeatSpring. You can download your certificate as soon as you have completed all of the course requirements. Students can easily share their verified certificates on their LinkedIn profiles using our LinkedIn integration.
Always good to have more than one viewpoint on a subject and you will not get objectivity on energy from a lot of larger sources.
- Gary Monroe
CSM, PMP & Host, Energy Cast
Jay Dauenhauer, CSM, PMP, is a project manager based in Charlotte, NC. He currently serves as a PM developing transmission projects. For the past 7 years, Jay led water treatment and recycling projects for Oil & Gas operations.
Jay's first foray in the energy sector was as a media analyst for TXU Energy during the $45B leveraged buyout of that utility in 2007. He...[more]