The energy storage ecosystem and the regulatory environment in which it operates are evolving rapidly. With safety regulations being a critical aspect, keeping up with changes in codes and standards and managing risks associated with product compliance can be challenging. Understanding the impacts of these changes is vital for all stakeholders including manufacturers and authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs).
In this recorded webinar, UL experts provide an overview of the latest Canadian Electrical Code and product safety standards with regard to energy storage systems and equipment. They also discuss how the latest regulatory changes could impact product compliance and review the key aspects and requirements in ANSI/CAN/UL 9540 and ANSI/CAN/UL 9540A, the harmonized U.S. and Canada safety standards for energy storage systems and equipment.
- Learn the latest Canada regulatory developments around energy storage systems and equipment
- Understand the key aspects and requirements of the ANSI/CAN/UL 9540 and ANSI/CAN/UL 9540A Standards for U.S. and Canada
- Gain perspectives on how to mitigate product safety risks and achieve regulatory compliance
Andrew Pottier, lead regulatory affairs representative, UL
Maurice Johnson, business development engineer, UL
Laurie Florence, principal engineer, UL
May 13, 2021