June 17-19, 2014 | Walter E. Washington Convention Center | Washington, DC

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EMerge Alliance
Microgrid Institute
Smart Cities Council
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Public Utilities Reports, Inc. (PUR)

KEY MILITARY & COMMERCIAL
MICROGRID DECISION MAKERS SHARE THEIR WANTS, NEEDS AND KEY
BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS



According to Navigant Research, the worldwide microgrid market is projected to grow to $40 billion annually. Markets and drivers for this remarkable growth include:

  • Military Bases & Government Facilities
  • Cyber & Energy Security
  • Campuses, Universities, Research Parks, Data Centers & Server Farms
  • Critical Services: Hospitals, Airports & Public Transportation
  • Utilities, Grid Resiliency, Reliability & Demand Response
  • Islands, Remote Communities & Installations
  • Smart Cities, Buildings & Electric Vehicles
  • Energy Storage & Distributed Energy Projects

However, each application area comes with unique needs, performance goals and cost constraints that must be met by carefully chosen microgrid technologies and system configurations. And Microgrids projects, including retrofits, are proving to require greater investment than previously recognized. Only those with an in-depth understanding of end-user wants, needs and business requirements will be able to effectively position themselves to market their technologies, products and services in this rapidly growing market.

Infocast’s 4th Military & Commercial Microgrids Summit returns to Washington, D.C., June 17-19, 2014. Once again, early adopters and implementers of microgrids in military & government applications, critical infrastructure, campuses, remote communities and utilities will join financiers, developers, system integrators, equipment vendors and software providers to move the market for microgrids forward. They will share compelling business cases for microgrids in myriad application areas, quantifying the energy security, power quality and reliability benefits against the cost of adding new equipment.





Advisors:

William C. Anderson, Strategic Development Executive, EATON CORPORATION
Allison Archambault, President, EARTHSPARK INTERNATIONAL
Peter Asmus, Senior Analyst, NAVIGANT RESEARCH
Samuel Booth, Senior Project Leader,
      NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY (NREL)
Jeff Cross, Vice President, Global Director of Sustainable Solutions - Industrial & Advanced Technology - Advanced Facilities, CH2M HILL
Mark Crowdis, President, COHNREZNICK THINK ENERGY
Peter Davidson, Executive Director, Loan Program Office (LPO),
     
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE)
Richard Fioravanti, Vice President, Distributed Energy Resources, DNV GL
Nick Haschka, Director of Strategy, NRG ENERGY
Ernie Hayden, Executive Consultant, SECURICON LLC
Seth Hulkower, Senior Vice President – Electric Distribution Services, ICF INTERNATIONAL
Chris Kuhl, Team Lead, Global Sales & Service Support, ZBB ENERGY
Walter Levesque, Director, Distributed Energy Resources, Microgrids, DNV GL
Linda M. Lewandowski, US Cleantech Advisory Manager,
     PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS (PwC)
Joel M. Rinebold, Director of Energy Initiatives, CONNECTICUT CENTER
      FOR ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY (CCAT)
Dave Robinson, Director, Business Development/Marketing,
      HONEYWELL BUILDING SOLUTIONS
Vic Romero, Director, Asset Management and Smart Grid Projects,
      SAN DIEGO GAS & ELECTRIC (SDG&E)
Stephen Schneider, Vice President and Chief Solutions Architect, LEIDOS
Jason Stamp, Lead Engineer, SPIDER Project, SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORY
Byron Washom, Director of Strategic Energy Initiatives,
     UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
Jeff Weiss, Co-Chairman & Managing Director, DISTRIBUTED SUN, LLC


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