SPI 2017

Making Flow Batteries Work in a Utility Setting

Tuesday, September 12
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Location: Storage Central: Booth 1235

Two months ago, Snohomish PUD took delivery of the largest flow battery system in the United States as part of an overall energy storage program that is nearly five years old and involves three different battery suppliers and both lithium-Ion and flow technologies. This session will overview the program at Snohomish, describe the flow battery project and discuss lessons learned in implementing a fleet of automatically dispatched energy storage systems.

Joe Kuzmick

Engineering Operations Manager
Doosan GridTech

Joe Kuzmick is Manager of Engineering Operations at Doosan GridTech, responsible for resourcing all utility scale energy storage systems. He also established the company’s Risk Management and Occupational Safety Program. He recently managed the 2.2 MW MESA 2 flow battery project for the Snohomish PUD in Washington State. Previously, Joe spent 34 years as an aviator, nuclear aircraft carrier captain and Rear Admiral in the US Navy where he developed an interest in clean power systems. He holds a BS in Physics from the United States Naval Academy and an MA in Business from Webster University.

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