DERlab is delighted to announce the Association is supporting ACI’s 10th National Conference on Microgrids which will be taking place in Boston, Massachusetts on 18-19 March 2020.
For its tenth edition, the conference will give updates on the US microgrid market and its developments, as well as focusing on cost-effective solutions and utilising renewable energy. Over the two days, the event will give you an in-depth look into latest technology advancements in microgrids through case studies, interactive sessions and panel discussions led by top-level industry experts.
Once again, the conference will bring together senior executives from utility companies, microgrid project developers and owners, technology providers, renewable energy companies, researchers, as well as other influential stakeholders amongst the value chain.
Early Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Marco Terruzzin, Energy Storage Director, E-On
- Patrick Kelly, Director, Microgrid Development, EDF Renewables
- Vinny Galligan, Natural Gas and New Initiatives Manager, Orange and Rocklands Utilities
- Tom Weaver, Distribution System Planning Manager, American Electric Power
- Bob Kirchmeier, Senior Energy Policy Specialist, Washington State Energy Office
- Barry Worthington, Executive Director, US Energy Association
- Andrew Ingram, Senior Research Engineer, Southern Company
- Justin Orkney, Senior Program Manager, Tucson Electric Power
- Brock Taute, Renewables Project Engineer, Invenergy
- Brad Swing, Director of Energy Programs, City of Boston
- Shawn Doyle, VP, Defence Energy Resilience Programs, Department of Defence
- Jim Horan, Director, Regulatory Affairs, National Rural Electrical Cooperative Association
- Tarek Abdallah, Energy Resiliency Manager, US Army
- Michael Henderson, Director of Regional Planning and Coordination, ISO New England
- Tim Echols, Vice Chairman, Georgia Public Service Commission
- David Chassin, Staff Scientist, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
- Juan Ontiveros, VP, Utilities and Energy Management, University of Texas
- Maria Cimilluca, VP, Facilities, Northeastern University, Boston
Topics that we will cover include:
- Evaluating Current and Upcoming Demand for Microgrid Power
- Insights into Latest Microgrid Technology
- Solution to Be Prepared for Emergency Situations
- Current and Upcoming Regulations for Microgrids
- Process & Conversion Technologies
- Effective Planning for New Microgrid Projects
- Opportunities Through Renewable Energy
- Working Towards Standardisation of Microgrids
- Branching the Microgrid Industry to New Avenues
For more information and registration, please visit the event website.
Have a look at the agenda.