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Patrick Balducci Speaks at Energy Forum

Patrick Balducci, sustainable business faculty, will speak on energy storage at a Northwest Environmental Business Council event on
June 26, 2013.

Balducci will deliver a talk titled Energy Storage Market Assessment. His presentation outlines the findings of a recently completed national assessment on energy storage, including the future balancing requirements necessary to accommodate wind generation that would meet a 20% nationwide target, the most cost-effective technology options for providing balancing services today and in 2020, and the market size for energy storage along with cost targets for specific applications and regions.

Patrick Balducci is a senior economist with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He teaches in the MBA in Sustainable Business program at Marylhurst University.

This event is part of the Northwest Environment Business Council's Oregon Energy Forum series. The series is designed for individuals working in, or supporting the development of, the renewable energy and efficiency sectors.

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