Infocast’s Microgrids Summit, now in its 9th edition, returns this October 25-26 in the San Francisco Bay Area as the Microgrids Convergence Conference
Both new and established microgrid customers will come together with renewable energy developers, microgrid enabling companies, utilities, system integrators, software providers, storage companies, and financiers to explore biz models for developing microgrids for campuses, cities, communities, critical facilities, defense, government, ports, remote, utility-tied, and water/wastewater. The Conference will also explore roles and opportunities for renewable microgrids in greening the grid in anticipation of Autonomous & Electric Vehicles, Cyber Security, IoT, and Smart Cities adoption.
The Microgrids Convergence Conference will consist of two, unique, content-rich days:
Day One: Two Dual Tracks Designed for New & Established Microgrid Customers
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A Customer-Focused Track designed to provide potential microgrid users with the knowledge and skills they need to evaluate their needs and access partners, services, and technologies in the market. This track assumes that all participants have a basic understanding of what microgrids are and how they work.
[wpsm_titlebox title=”MICROGRID MARKETS” style=”3″] An Advanced Track with deep dives into nation-wide and California microgrid policy developments, and opportunities in behind-the-meter microgrid market segments including Federal, DoD, City, Community, Campus & Remote.[/wpsm_titlebox]
Day Two: Microgrids Convergence
[wpsm_titlebox title=”SMART CITEIS & MICROGRIDS” style=”3″]The Two Tracks Converge to explore the interaction and synergies between smart city technologies and microgrids, which will focus in on Data Analytics, Energy Resilient Communities, Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, the role of Blockchain Technologies and a future forecast for the convergence of microgrids and smart cities.[/wpsm_titlebox]
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