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Rick Fioravanti

Rick Fioravanti

Rick Fioravanti formerly worked as Vice President, Distributed Energy Resources, at DNV GL. Mr. Fioravanti has over 18 years of experience working with emerging technologies in commercial and consulting roles. With his extensive expertise in emerging technologies, he assists utilities, manufacturers, and state and federal agencies to develop business plans, assess technologies, manage project development, and create financial models. In his current post at DNV GL, his efforts are directed on energy storage, advanced storage technologies, distributed energy resources, device testing, application modeling, and electric vehicles. To join Mr. Fioravanti’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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How will recent advances in the energy storage market impact utilities?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. It has been a while since I’ve had a chance to write about energy storage, but in that time there has been a tremendous amount of activity on the storage front which has given rise to some very topical iss ...

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As 2013 proves a good year for energy storage, what is ahead for 2014?

This author no longer works for DNV GL. On Thursday, February 20th, our storage and distributed energy resources group teamed with Energy Central to conduct another webinar on electricity storage…This one titled “What’s ahead for Storage in ...

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Distributed energy resources: Tying all of the pieces together

This author no longer works for DNV GL. Distributed energy resources have re-entered utility board room conversations once again. This discussion initially happened around 1998–2000, when new technologies, such as microturbines and next generat ...

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