Microgrids & Distributed Generation for Public & Private Sectors Coming To Boston March 1-3

Empowering Grid Transformation, Calculating Economic and Financial Reform and Incorporating Technology to Ensure Safe, Sustainable, and Reliable Power

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1-3 Mar 2017
Boston, MA, United States of America

Conference Workshop

Director of Renewable Redeveloping an innovative approach to community energy solutions through microgrid deployment in the City of Boston

After Hurricane Sandy, Boston has been developing a framework to ensure that the lights never go out by modifying the business model for projects throughout the city.

Workshop Moderator: Travis Sheehan

Company: Senior Infrastructure Advisor—Boston Planning and Developing Agency

Conference Workshop

Exploring the Advancement of the Microgrid Controller as a Means of Enhancing Microgrid Research and Development to Improve Energy Reliability and Distribution

Insight into the competitive marketplace in the microgrid controller industry to stay up-to-date on the latest advancements and available controllers.

Workshop Moderator: Greg Mowry
Company:Director of Renewable Energy and Alternatives Laboratory—University of St. Thomas

Practical Insight From:

Travis Sheehan
Senior Infrastructure Advisor
Boston Planning and Development Agency

Beth Chacon
Director, Grid Storage and Emerging Technologies
Xcel Energy

Mike Henderson
Director, Regional Planning and Coordination
New England ISO

Michael Duschen
Project Manager – New Energy Solutions
National Grid

Will Lauwers
Director of Emerging Technologies
Department of Energy Massachusetts

Jayesh Shah MESc., MBA, P.Eng.
Interim Vice President, Engineering and Operations
Oshawa Power and Utilities Corporation

Sander Cohan
Director of Innovation
Enel Green Power

Bradford Swing
Director of Energy Policy and Programs
City of Boston, Mayor’s Office

Why You Should Attend

7th Microgrids & Distributed Generation for Public & Private Sectors

Superstorms, regulators, and stakeholders are demanding effective and efficient solutions to financial and regulatory hurdles in developing safe, resilient, and sustainable power  – all of which are leading to an increase in the development of microgrids and distributed energy resources.

This premier marcus evans conference will address the direction public and private sector power generators and users are heading, trends industry leaders are incorporating, and results from microgrid and distributed generation projects with proven success.

Key Topics

  • Highlight Boston’s Successful Microgrid Collaborative Strategies to Grasp Advances in the Energy Market with the City of Boston, Boston Planning and Development Agency, and Department of Energy Massachusetts
  • Discuss Storage Challenges and Benefits to Ensure Higher Levels of Integration and Performance via ISO New England
  • Leverage Un-planned Resources to Forge them into a Viable Microgrid with Alliant Energy
  • Explore a new Microgrid Project to Discuss Emerging Technology Integration Goals and Issues via Xcel Energy

Previous Attendees Include

U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of the Navy, New York Power  Authority, New York City Housing Authority, Constellation Energy, NYC  Mayor’s Office of Sustainability, Energy Northwest, Environmental Defense  Fund, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National  Laboratory, Con Edison, New York Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery,  EDF Climate Corps

Why Choose marcus evans?

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Above all, marcus evans provides clients with business information and knowledge which enables them to sustain a valuable competitive advantage and makes a positive contribution to their success.

Event Contact

For all enquiries regarding speaking, sponsoring and attending this conference contact:

John Hummel

NBC Tower, 9th Floor
455 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611

312-540-3000 Ext: 6327
Fax: 312.894.6304
Email: johnh@marcusevansch.com


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