Complimentary webinar: Solar+Storage: Capturing Opportunities and Overcoming Challenges

The convergence of solar and energy storage applications is under way

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Time: 1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM GMT

The combined application of solar generation and energy storage can provide multiple benefits to many system stakeholders. Across the globe, DNV GL is leading the way in supporting client success with Solar + Storage opportunities.

Join us for answers to these compelling questions:

  1. What are the current market dynamics and where are the challenges?
  2. What are the real-world benefits on both sides of the meter?
  3. What is needed to minimize risk and accelerate deployment?

As a result of attending this webinar, project developers, independent power producers, financiers, utilities and manufacturers will gain greater understanding of the combined benefits of solar and storage applications and what is required for successful implementation. This will include the importance of testing and bankability, standards and safety.


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Ray Hudson
Director Global Solar Segment,

Raymond M. Hudson is the Global Solar Segment Director for DNV GL. Mr. Hudson has been involved in the power electronics and renewable energy industry since 1990 with an emphasis on power conversion and application of solar PV and wind power. He has been with DNV GL for six years with roles of Senior Principal Engineer and Head of the Solar Department. The DNV GL global solar energy team he coordinates provides Independent Engineering, Owners Engineering, system design and grid interconnection assistance, solar technology review services, and operating solar asset management services. This includes the support for successful financing of over 2,500 solar power plants. He has personally been involved in reviewing inverter technology including due diligence on products from over 20 leading global manufacturers. Before joining BEW Engineering, which was acquired by DNV GL, Mr. Hudson worked for Kenetech Windpower, Trace Technologies, and Xantrex Technology Inc. in a variety of engineering, technical, and general management roles including President of Trace Technologies and General Manager and Vice President of Advanced Technology for Xantrex. Mr. Hudson holds Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Electrical Engineering with Honors and Magna Cum Laude from the University of Missouri – Columbia with emphasis on power electronics. Mr. Hudson holds several patents related to power conversion technology for renewable energy.

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Terence Schuyler
Principal Consultant,

Terence (Terry) Schuyler is a Principal Consultant working in the Solar Group to help transition DNV GL’s range of engineering services to address emerging solar storage markets. He has worked in the PV solar industry for 37 years, including solar cell device and PV/storage systems research, sales management, product development, and business development. He has participated in many PV industry growth milestones from the manufacturing of solar cells used in Space applications in the late 70’s, to the pioneering and design evaluations of PV components and systems used in today’s utility-scale solar farms. In addition to research positions with the Solar Energy Research Institute (now NREL) and Sandia National Labs PV Systems Evaluation Laboratory, Terry has served as VP of Sales for several PV and storage system integrators and PV component manufactures. Terry’s consulting, sales and project development include efforts with utilities and NGO’s in the Western US, Africa, Europe, Central America, and the Caribbean.

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Michael Kleinberg
Senior Consultant, 

Michael Kleinberg, PhD, is a Senior Consultant specializing in energy storage and advanced distribution system analysis. Michael is actively assisting California utilities in developing and assessing their 2014 storage request for offers (RFOs) and has led development of DNV GL’s energy storage cost-effectiveness model, ES-Grid. Michael is leading technical due diligence efforts to support investment in multiple large-scale energy storage projects being developed across the US. Michael received his M.S and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from Drexel University in 2007 and 2015, respectively.