These two-day training courses on energy storage are intended for professionals wishing to acquire a comprehensive overview of grid-connected energy storage (Arnhem & Dubai course) or energy storage systems (London course) and to have the latest technology, market conditions and issues clearly explained. Energy markets in relation to energy storage, the role of storage in providing flexibility to solve intermittency issues in the grid, business models, performance indicators, warranties, safety, risks and risk mitigation are covered.
This course is offered as open enrolment session at various locations; Arnhem (the Netherlands), London (UK), Hamburg (GE), Dubai (UAE), Singapore and Melbourne (Australia). General content of the courses will be the same, but country specific information can be included, so please check the different course leaflets for more detailed information on the exact course content. To register, please refer to the different registration forms.
Arnhem course-specific information
In the Arnhem course DNV GL will provide you with international examples. Part of the second course day will be in two parallel sessions, one delving deeper into business cases and markets, the other focusing more on the technical side of ES systems and their safety aspects. Both topics will be introduced in advance in the plenary sessions.
Melbourne course-specific information
In the Melbourne course DNV GL will provide you with international and some Australian examples. The Business models section will treat topics that are specific to Australia.
Singapore course-specific information
In the Singapore course DNV GL will provide you with international and some local examples.
London course-specific information
The London course will cover the same general topics as the Arnhem course, however, DNV GL will provide you with UK specific examples.
Dubai course-specific information
In the Dubai course DNV GL will provide you with general topics such as the energy storage landscape, designing energy storage systems and the role of energy storage. On the second course day the afternoon session will focus on enabling energy storage in the GCC countries, delving deeper into the role of the governments, regulatory drivers and risks. International examples and lessons learned will be shared as well.
Hamburg course-specific information
The Hamburg course will cover the same general topics as the Arnhem course.
Course topics (please refer to the specific course leaflets for exact course contents)
- Roles of storage in the electricity grid
- Electricity markets
- Types of energy storage systems (e.g. Li-ion, Vanadium redox flow batteries, etc.)
- Components of energy storage
- Essential elements – Life cycle phases and planning
- Performance indicators/reliability
- FAT/ SAT
- Warranty/safety items
- Contracting, actors and responsibilities
- Business models
- Value of flexibility
- Levelised cost of storage (LCOS)
- Technology/market combinations
- Examples/case studies
- Risk in energy storage
- Risks & risk mitigation
- Safety, health and environmental aspects
- Design FMECA/Operational FMECA
The course will be provided in English.
After this course you will be able to:
- Identify opportunities for energy storage (systems) in your business.
- Understand the complexity of energy storage projects, and be able to make decisions and interact with stakeholders during their entire life cycle.
This course is intended for project developers, insurers and lenders interested in, or working with, energy storage. Policy makers, utilities, EPC contractors and other professionals will also benefit from DNV GL’s world-renowned technical and commercial knowledge of energy storage.
An elementary knowledge of electricity and/or physics is recommended.
I was pleased with this course which provides a comprehensive introduction to grid-connected energy storage and was impressed with the expertise of the presenters who had a detailed command of the topic."
Patrick O'Neill Senior Risk Officer, EBRD
An extensive, up to date, hands-on course with lots of interaction."