Codes and Standards for Stationary Energy Storage Installations – NFPA 855, UL 9540 and UL 9540 A

Duration: 60 minutes
Language: English
Costs: Free

The global demand for energy storage systems (ESS) continues to grow and as a manufacturer, you must prepare to meet the applicable regulations before you can successfully deploy and fully commission your systems.

This webinar highlights the clauses of NFPA 855 and the primary standards for Energy Storage Systems – UL 9540 (Energy Storage Systems and Equipment) and UL 9540A (Test Method for Evaluating Thermal Runaway Fire Propagation in Battery Energy Storage Systems) that have an impact and can present challenges for energy storage system manufacturers. Armed with this knowledge, energy storage system manufacturers will be able to address applicable testing and certification requirements early in the process, streamlining deployments and commissioning.

Learn about the standards that impact the installation of stationary energy storage systems

  • Common challenges manufacturers face today
  • The NFPA 855, UL 9540, and UL 9540A standards
  • Specific high impact clauses in NFPA 855, UL 9540 and UL 9540A

Speaker: Jody Leber, Business Manager, Energy Storage

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