Breakout Session: Securing the Storage Supply Chain

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Logan Goldie-Scot
BloombergNEF, Head of Clean Power Research

Logan Goldie-Scot is global head of Clean Power research at BloombergNEF. He oversees BNEF’s solar, wind, storage, and decentralized energy research divisions. Prior to this, he was manager of the Energy Storage insight team at BloombergNEF. He also runs BNEF’s Supply Chain focus area, a cross-company effort to provide insights on supply chain resilience, regionalization, trade, manufacturing and sustainability.

He advises utilities, technology companies, investors and policymakers across these fields. He has authored numerous research papers and regularly speaks at international conferences and in the mainstream media.

Elizabeth Crouse
K&L Gates LLP, Practice Group Coordinator - Power

Elizabeth Crouse provides business-focused solutions for U.S. federal, state, and international tax problems in a variety of transactions and investment structures. She has particular experience assisting multinational businesses and investor, developer, and operator clients in the renewable energy and carbon capture industries, including storage and secondary market acquisitions of renewables facilities by taxable and tax-exempt organizations.

Danny Lu
Powin, Senior Vice President

Powin is a leading supplier of lithium-ion based utility scale battery energy storage systems. Danny has held many roles at Powin Energy corporation including Director of Marketing and VP of Sales and Marketing.  

Over his 9-year tenure, Danny has played a critical role in developing Powin’s business and market strategy, as well as establishing Powin as a key player in the North American energy storage industry.  

Danny is currently in charge of international business development activities as well as, cultivating and managing many of Powin’s key strategic battery cell vendor and PCS vendor relationships. Danny is a graduate of University of Oregon, with a degree in International Business and Chinese.


The COVID-19 pandemic and international trade disputes have shined a light on the risks to the global supply chain. With the demand for energy storage materials and products burgeoning, supply chain constraints will continue to be a concern throughout the industry. Learn how the industry can address and get ahead in its efforts to mitigate risks to the supply chain, including the prospects for increased domestic supply.

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