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EE/CEE 292X presents "Grid battery systems case studies"

Topic: 
Grid battery systems case studies
Monday, November 18, 2019 - 3:00pm
Venue: 
Skilling Auditorium
Speaker: 
Haresh Kamath (EPRI)
Abstract / Description: 

Haresh Kamath
Senior Program Manager
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)

TOPIC: Grid Battery Systems Case Studies

BIO:
Haresh Kamath is Senior Program Manager for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), managing the Institute's research into the development, assessment, and application of energy storage technologies for grid storage applications as well as the implementation and integration of storage, distributed generation, smart inverters, microgrids, and other distributed resources into the grid. Kamath joined EPRI in 2002 as a project engineer in energy storage and distributed generation. He was an author for the first edition of the EPRI-DOE Handbook of Energy Storage and served on the board of directors of the Energy Storage Association from 2005 to 2013. After taking the role of Program Manager in 2011, Kamath took steps to create the EPRI Energy Storage Integration Council (ESIC), a technical forum to facilitate the deployment and use of utility-scale energy storage systems. Before joining EPRI, Kamath worked at Lockheed Martin Space Systems as a product engineer responsible for spacecraft batteries. He also served as an applications engineering and business development manager at a startup energy storage company. Kamath received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in chemical engineering from Stanford University.