Got a Question about Microgrids? Find Your Answer Here

Oct. 13, 2020
Are you considering a microgrid but have questions yet to be answered? Ask peers who are already using the technology at a special, free “Ask Me Anything” session during Microgrid 2020 Global, to be held Nov. 17-19, 2020.

Are you considering a microgrid but have questions yet to be answered? Ask peers who are already using the technology at a special, free “Ask Me Anything” session during Microgrid 2020 Global.

The virtual, one hour session will feature representatives from education, healthcare and commercial and industrial businesses who will be on hand to answer your questions from 3:30-4:30, Wednesday, November 18. The speakers are: 

  • Healthcare: Seth Baruch national director energy & utilities, Kaiser Permanente 
  • Education/Campus: John David Head, director of school operations, Acton Boxborough Regional School District in Massachusetts
  • Commercial and Industrial Business: Rudy Terry, director, smart grid & sustainability at Philadelphia Industrial Development Corp. (Navy Yard) 

“Ask Me Anything” is a special session we designed specifically for businesses, institutions, schools, communities and others who have come to our conference because they are considering a microgrid. It gives them a chance to talk to those in similar fields who can provide first-hand insight based on their experiences with microgrids,” said Elisa Wood, editor-in-chief of Microgrid Knowledge. 

Added Kevin Normandeau, publisher of Microgrid Knowledge, “If you’re a potential microgrid customer, we encourage you to participate in this session. Bring your questions about microgrid costs, financing, development, equipment, operations, maintenance or anything else.”

“Ask Me Anything” is just one of several informative sessions offered at the free conference, which will be held November 17-19. Hosted by Microgrid Knowledge, the multi-media event will bring together the leaders, decision-makers and technology experts who are behind today’s microgrid revolution.

The full agenda is here. Additional speakers will be announced in the coming weeks. 

The event promises to be the microgrid industry’s largest worldwide gathering yet — and its most interactive. More than 4,000 participants joined Microgrid Knowledge’s last virtual event in June. 

Because space on the platform is limited, we urge you to register now to assure your free access to the event’s panel discussions, presentations, interviews, and audience interactive sessions during the conference. (Note: Access to the on-demand replay of the conference is $99.)

Register today for “Microgrid 2020 Global: Shaping the Future of the Industry Together.”

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