Energy Storage Systems: What Code Authorities Need to Know About UL 9540 & UL 9540A
Tuesday, July 7 2020 – 2:00-3:00PM EDT
Learn what Code Authorities need to know about UL 9540 and UL 9540A to effectively enforce the requirements for energy storage systems.
The Energy Storage ecosystem continues to change rapidly. With safety regulations being a critical aspect, keeping up with changes in codes and standards has been complex. Understanding the impacts of these changes is vital for all stakeholders, especially Code Authorities.
UL experts will provide a case study with examples to help understand critical details in the reports. Helpful resources such as report review checklists will also be provided.
Identify critical items in the UL 9540A reports
Learn the impacts of what has changed in the second edition of UL 9540 and how that relates to UL 9540A
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UL 6200 – Power Production Controllers in 2020 & Beyond
Tuesday, July 15 2020 – 3:00-4:00 PM EDT
Learn how the newly published UL 6200 standard and its additions will change product evaluations and what to consider differently as a product developer.
With evolving technology in the power production industry, safety requirements are evolving as well. Are you prepared for the changes associated with power production controllers? How are you keeping your product development cycle agile to account for new safety requirements? How will the newly published UL 6200 standard change your product evaluations and what do you need to consider differently as a product developer? It comes down to two main additions: software analysis and independent grid/utility interaction requirements. While there are many other nuances and slight differences to the standard, these two are important for your bigger picture of planning.
Background for updated safety requirements for power production controllers
How software analysis impacts a controller safety evaluation and how to prepare
Highlights of the IEEE 1547 evaluation for controllers that are grid connected
Optimizing Design & Mitigating Risks in Minigrids & Distributed Generation
Thursday August 13 – 8:00 AM MDT
Microgrids, solar panels, and energy storage are coming together to bring power to places where it never could exist before. This webinar will explore some of the challenges with creating and supporting sustainable remote mini-grids. We will discuss best practice design choices, cost-effective operation and maintenance, and managing remote access issues.