are rapidly becoming more popular across the USA. Not only have they provided a source of reliable backup power in emergency situations, they are helping reduce costs as well as damage to the environment through renewable energy.
The discussions this year will address these new revelations happening in the industry and provide answers to help microgrid
owners and utility companies grow even further and even into new avenues such as electric vehicles and power trading.
Our 10th National Conference on Microgrids
will be taking place in Boston, USA on the 18th - 19th March 2020. The two day event will consist of a number of informative presentations followed by interactive Q&A sessions and panel discussions, bringing together key industry stakeholders including utility companies, microgrid owners, project developers, energy technology providers, renewable energy providers, relevant consultants, associations and governmental bodies.
- Evaluating Current and Future Demand for Microgrid Power
- Managing Excess Generated Power
- Opportunities through Renewable Capabilities
- Working Towards Standardisation of Microgrids
- Current and Upcoming Regulations for Microgrids
- Latest Technologies Changing the Microgrid Industry
- Being Fully Prepared for Emergency Situations
- Branching the Microgrid Industry into New Avenues
- Effective Planning of New Microgrid Projects
Who Will Attend
- Utility Companies
- Education Campuses
- Military Bases
- Medical Facilities
- Microgrid Project Developers
- Technology Providers
- Energy Associations
During the afternoon of Tuesday 17th March 2020, a day prior to the conference, limited number of conference delegates will receive the unique opportunity to visit the Sterling Municipal Light Department's Innovative Microgrid
The Sterling project has been the recipient of many awards and accolades:
- No. 1 ranking for Utility Energy Storage Annual Watts Per Customer for 2017
- Smart Electric Power Association's top ten ranking of U.S. electric utilities
There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your interest for the site visit when booking for the conference.
Early Confirmed Speakers
- Shawn Doyle, VP of Defence Energy Resilience Programs, US Department of Defence
- Patrick Kelly, Microgrid Development Director, EDF Energy
- Marco Terruzin, Energy Storage Director, E-On
- Daniel Kammen, Professor of Energy, University of California Berkeley
- Barry Worthington, Executive Director, US Energy Association
- Tom Weaver, Distribution System Planning Manager, American Electric Power
- Andrew Ingram, Senior Project Engineer, Southern Company
- Coleen O'Brien, Utility Manager, Reading Municipal Light Plant
- Brock Taute, Renewable Energy Project Engineer, Invenergy
- Bob Kirchmeier, Senior Energy Policy Specialist, Washington State Energy Office
- Justin Orkney, Senior Program Manager, Tucson Electric Power
- Tim Echols, Vice Chairman, Georgia Public Service Commission
- Juan Ontiveros, VP Utilities and Energy Management, University of Texas
- Tarek Abdallah, Energy Security Program Manager, US Army Corps of Engineers
- Maria Cimilluca, VP Facilities, Northeastern University
- Michael Henderson, Director of Regional Planning and Coordination, ISO New England
- Brad Swing, Director of Energy Policy and Programs, City Of Boston
- Jim Horan, Director, Regulatory Affairs, National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
- David Chassin, Staff Scientist, National Accelerator Laboratory Stanford
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