Adam Gerza

VP Business Development, Energy Toolbase

Adam Gerza is the VP of Business Development at Energy Toolbase, an industry leading software platform that specializes in modeling and proposing the economics of solar and energy storage projects. He has worked in the solar industry for over 12 years in various project development and policy related roles. Prior to solar, Adam traded natural gas commodity products for 5 years for a bank and a hedge fund. He has a B.S. in finance from the University of Southern California. Adam currently serves on the board of CALSSA (California Solar and Storage Association).

Courses

Solar
Batteries and Storage

Future-proofing Solar PV savings with Energy Storage

This course covers an overview of the "future-proofing solar savings" concept. The changes being proposed and implemented depend on state and utility territory, but the one general commodity that most share is that they typically erode the savings

by Adam Gerza

4.4/5
119 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance
Marketing and Sales

Accurately Calculate the "Avoided Cost" of A Solar Project

This free course covers how to precisely calculate the dollar savings (aka avoided cost) of a solar project using Energy Toolbase.

by Adam Gerza

4.3/5
437 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance
Batteries and Storage
Business Growth

California C&I Energy Storage Market - State of the Union

This course explores the dynamics influencing the California C&I solar + storage market in 2022. We reviewed the headwinds and tailwinds we’re seeing in the market today, drawing from data that we’ve compiled from internal and external sources.

by Adam Gerza

Free
Solar
Batteries and Storage

C&I Energy Storage Market in 2021: Identifying the Best Projects

Identify the characteristics of the most attractive commercial & industrial (C&I) energy storage projects, including rate tariffs, incentives, and load profile types. Plus, how developers and host customers can best capture the other ESS value streams

by Adam Gerza

5.0/5
29 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance
Batteries and Storage
Utility Interconnection

ETB Masterclass: Optimizing the Economics of C&I Solar + Storage Projects

Important findings from a rigorous, months-long analysis where we studied the economics of solar + storage projects on every C&I (commercial and industrial) utility rate tariff in California’s Investor-Owned Utility (PG&E, SCE, SDG&E) territories.

by Adam Gerza

4.2/5
102 students
1 module
Free

Self-Consumption: model & optimize energy storage in self-powered mode

This course will review the concept of modeling and optimizing energy storage in self-powered mode within the Energy Toolbase platform.

by Adam Gerza

4.6/5
57 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Batteries and Storage
Utility Interconnection

NEM Paired Storage: Why it Matters

We unpack the mechanics of how exactly NEM Paired Storage works, and illustrate the added value it can provide for both Residential & Commercial solar + storage projects.

by Adam Gerza

4.4/5
81 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance

Modeling NEM 2.0 Solar Projects with Energy Toolbase

This course delves into modeling NEM 2.0 (Net Metering Version 2.0) solar projects, using the latest version of Energy Toolbase.

by Adam Gerza

4.4/5
144 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance

Modeling Time-of-use Rates & the Quantifying the Value of Solar

This course will explore in depth how to model solar projects on Time-of-use (TOU) rates, and how they effect the 'value of solar' calculation.

by Adam Gerza

4.7/5
147 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance
Batteries and Storage

Accurately Modeling the Economics of Customer Sited Energy Storage Projects

This lecture demonstrates how to accurately, objectively, and transparently

by Adam Gerza

4.3/5
151 students
1 module
Free
Solar
Energy Finance
Batteries and Storage

How to Use Green Button Data to Analyze Solar + Storage Project Scenarios

In this webinar, co-hosted by UtilityAPI & Energy Toolbase. We will review and demonstrate the value of Green Button Data (aka interval meter data) for use in Distributed Energy Resource project development activities.

by Adam Gerza

4.7/5
105 students
1 module
Free