The deadline is fast approaching — January 31 — to let us know if you want to speak, present, or participate in panel discussions at Microgrid Knowledge’s third conference, “Microgrid 2018: Markets and Models for the Greater Good.”
An industry leaders gathering, the conference is planned for May 7-9 in Chicago. If you’d like to speak, please take a minute to fill out the form here.
The Chicago event follows the highly successful Microgrid 2017, which drew more than 450 people, a capacity crowd, to Boston’s Park Plaza for three days in early November. The Boston event was the largest microgrid gathering to date, with nearly triple the audience of Microgrid Knowledge’s first conference, held in New York City in 2016.
Reflecting Microgrid Knowledge’s readership, Microgrid 2018 is expected to draw the industry’s top leaders and decision-makers who are shaping the evolving microgrid market.
A draft agenda is now posted on the Microgrid 2018 website.
Microgrid Knowledge welcomes industry thought leaders to submit proposals that achieve one of the following goals:
- Propel the microgrid market forward
- Guide new customers
- Inform policymakers
- Improve technical, operational and financial understanding within the four content pillars that conference will explore: resilience, regulation, relationship and economics
“Microgrid 2018 is for the those in the front seat – the drivers and their navigators — who want to be the first to see where the industry can go and help it get there,” said Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge publisher and co-host of Microgrid 2018. “It’s a tremendous opportunity to network with companies active in the microgrid market and meet potential customers attending to research microgrids.”
Microgrid 2018 participants will range from top industry leaders to first-time microgrid customers seeking product information. The event is expected to draw utilities, developers, institutions, engineering and consulting firms, government agencies and non-government organizations, critical mission facility operators, commercial real estate firms, energy service companies, equipment manufacturers, system integrators, control and data specialists, attorneys, financial specialists, innovators and software companies, contractors, builders, architects and planners.
See details here if you want to speak at Microgrid 2018.
For more information about the conference, see Microgrid 2018. Those interested in sponsoring the event, can contact Kevin Normandeau, publisher of Microgrid Knowledge and conference co-host: [email protected], 508-259-8570. Or download the Microgrid 2018 prospectus.
Microgrid Knowledge will release updates about the conference over the coming weeks in the Microgrid Knowledge newsletter.