Breakout Session: The Next Billion Dollar Storage Market


Julian Boggs
U.S. Energy Storage Association, State Policy Director

As ESA’s State Policy Director, Julian Boggs works to advance energy storage in state legislatures and utility commissions in key states across the country. Previously, he was the Policy Director for the Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA) where he helped secure extension of the state's utility energy efficiency programs, establish Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy in Pennsylvania,  and was a leading voice in Harrisburg on energy policy. Prior to working at KEEA, Julian played a key role in defending progress on energy efficiency standards in Ohio and worked in Washington D.C. on federal clean energy policy. He has been an advocate for advanced energy policies since 2009 and has a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado College.

Harry Godfrey
Virgina AEE, Director

Harry comes to AEE from the advanced energy sector, having managed government affairs and public engagement for renewable development and energy efficiency businesses. Prior to his work in the private sector, Harry was an aide to the Majority Whip of the US House and the President of the United States. A Virginia native, he holds a BA in Economics from the College of William & Mary and an MPA from Princeton University.

Brad Klein
Environmental Law & Policy Center, Senior Attorney

Brad is a Senior Attorney at the Environmental Law & Policy Center, where he works to accelerate renewable energy development, protect clean water, and promote sustainable development throughout the Midwest. Brad previously served as a federal judicial law clerk in Washington, D.C., a law fellow at the Environmental Law Institute, and an environmental engineer at CH2M Hill, Inc. Brad received his law degree with honors from New York University School of Law and a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.

Jeremy McDiarmid
NECEC, Vice President, Policy & Government Affairs

As Vice President, Policy & Government Affairs, Jeremy leads NECEC's policy and government affairs team. Prior to joining NECEC, he served as Commercial Business Development Manager at SunBug Solar. Before joining SunBug, Jeremy advised Acadia Center on organizational and operational priorities, having previously spent six years there as a Staff Attorney and then Massachusetts Director. He also served three years as Senior Director for Innovation and Industry Support at the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, where he led and executed programs to advance clean energy development within the Commonwealth.

Doug Moorehead
Broad Reach Power, Managing Partner & Chief Technology Officer

Doug Moorehead is Managing Partner & Chief Technology Officer with Broad Reach Power. Doug brings a background with over 10 years’ worth of experience in renewable power, technology, and utility-scale energy storage.  Prior to Broad Reach Power, Doug served as President and Chief Technology Officer at FlexGen, an energy technology, and infrastructure company. Before FlexGen, he served as Director of Business Development for A123 Systems, a lithium-ion energy storage solutions company, where he focused on aviation, electric vehicles, and utility-scale energy storage product lines. He also served as a Naval Special Warfare Officer (SEAL) for nearly 10 years. For his actions in Iraq, Doug was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor.


Doug received his S.B. in Chemistry with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy. He also received an S.M. in Materials Science and Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his MBA from Harvard. He is a member of the Class of Henry Crown Fellows within the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.

While states like California and New York have spurred significant energy storage market development with their ambitious energy storage policies and regulatory regimes, there is encouraging development taking place in states across the country as we head into the Storage Decade. Learn where the biggest opportunities lie, what these new markets look like, and the barriers that remain.

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