Bay Area Energy Storage Fire Safety and Code Symposium on November 8th

Local government sustainability staff, fire safety and building code officials are invited by the San Francisco Department of the Environment to attend the Bay Area Energy Storage Fire Safety and Code Symposium on November 8th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 455 Market Street, 22nd Floor in San Francisco.

This forum will focus on the benefits and policy considerations associated with thousands of upcoming energy storage projects. Expert panelists will discuss technology basics, current and future applications, and market projections. Fire protection and code experts will discuss important, forthcoming 2019 energy storage fire safety standards, such as the NFPA 855, as well as product safety standards that address concerns about the installation of energy storage systems in buildings. Presenters will explore AB 546, a new bill signed by Governor Brown that aims to streamline permitting processes for energy storage systems.

Speakers include lead representatives from:
Office of the State Fire Marshal, Code Development and Analysis Division
California Independent System Operator
Underwriters Laboratory
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Tesla
Stem
And more!

This event is underwritten by a grant from the US Department of Energy. There is no charge to attend and lunch is included. Space is limited, please RSVP as soon as possible. Note: Registration priority will be granted to fire safety and building code officials.

RSVP / Registration can also be accessed here - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/energy-storage-fire-safety-code-symposium-tickets-38130758124. For more information., contact jessica.tse2@sfgov.org.