Energy Storage System (ESS) Technologies

  • October 02, 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Four Points Sheraton, 1125 Boston-Providence Turnpike, Norwood, MA 02062
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Energy Storage System (ESS) Technologies

Presented by Jen L. Hoyt P.E.  Code Red Consultants

Energy Storage Systems (ESS) are prevalent in the emerging environmentally conscious construction industry. To-date, many high-profile ESS installations utilize lithium-ion chemistry, but new battery technologies are being explored for commercial use. Join us as we explore these technologies as they transition from laboratory research to industrial production and discuss the working principles of various technologies. We will discuss each technology’s advantages and disadvantages as lithium-ion battery replacement candidates focusing on fire risk, affordability, scale, and other technological challenges remaining to advance towards potential mass production.

Jen Hoyt, P.E. is a fire protection engineer serving as a Senior Technical Advisor with Code Red Consultants. Her experience includes serving as the Chief Fire Protection Engineer for the Massachusetts Department of Fire Services where she participated in the development of the State Building Code as the State Fire Marshal’s designee as well as serving as technical staff to the State Fire Code.  In her current role, she provides third party reviews of architectural, fire sprinkler, and fire alarm plans for a multitude of projects spanning from large industrial warehouses to residential apartment complexes. As a Sr. Technical Advisor, Ms. Hoyt researches new and developing trends in fire protection, performs risk-based analysis of emerging technologies, and translates her knowledge into applicable code language as her participation in local and national code development continues. Ms. Hoyt is passionate about fire safety education and continues to develop and provide training for the Massachusetts Fire Service, building official organizations, and private industry groups based on her experiences with the state building and fire codes and lessons learned through their conception and application.

The basic meeting agenda is the following:
4:00-5:30PM - Board of Directors Meeting (Members Welcome)

5:30-6:30PM - Registration & Cocktails

6:30-7:00PM - Board of Directors Presentation

7:00-8:30PM - Dinner & Program

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