Eduardo GuerraGlobal Business & Project Development Lead for Microgrids
Eduardo Guerra has over 16 years of experience in energy efficiency, distributed generation, and renewable energy in the private and regulated sectors. In his current role as the UL Solutions lead for grid-connected microgrids, Guerra leads the HOMER Grid advisory team, business development, and project fulfillment.
Before joining UL, he was the director of project development at Ecosave, where he was responsible for building the distributed generation business unit in North America. Earlier, he managed the implementation of non-wires alternatives (NWA) for the utility of New York City. Guerra holds a Bachelor and Master of Science Degree in Biochemical Engineering, a Master of Science in Energy Management with a focus on environmental engineering and a Master of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business.
Eduardo Guerra’s Session(s):
1:30 pm–2:30 pm | Thu, March 30, 2023
Energy storage costs are estimated to experience a 33% decline by 2030. While a valuable investment, there is no one-size-fits-all application for power storage coupled with EV charging stations. Consider the elements such as power storage duration, degradation, upfront, and operational costs, and speed of taking energy back to the grid to choose when, where, and why power storage is worth your investment. In this session, attendees will:
- Learn about the advancements in mobile charging stations
- Depict what type of security your power requires
- Explore smart technology to optimize and automate the function of your energy storage systems
- Use power storage and batteries to mitigate grid upgrade costs