Register for Microgrid 2017 by June 30. Secure Your Seat. Receive Discount

Microgrid 2017 has garnered tremendous interest, so we encourage you to secure your seat now, before June 30, the last day for the early registration discount.

microgrid 2017

Microgrid 2017 will be held Nov. 6-8 at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel

Microgrid 2017 is gaining so much attention, so quickly, because it is unique among industry gatherings,” said Elisa Wood, editor-in-chief of Microgrid Knowledge. “It is being hosted by three organizations with deep insight into microgrid market trends, players and policy: Microgrid Knowledge, the International District Energy Association (IDEA) and the Microgrid Resources Coalition.”

Together these organizations have put together a comprehensive, content-rich agenda to be presented by more than 60 microgrid leaders and experts.

“IDEA conferences are recognized globally for attracting top tier energy professionals with practical experience to share on real-world projects and operating systems,” said Robert Thornton, president & CEO of IDEA. “These insights and connections will be valuable take-aways for any attendee.”

Microgrid 2017 also will feature extensive networking opportunities, lively panel discussions, on-stage interviews with thought leaders, practical workshops, and valuable market and technology presentations.

At Microgrid 2017:

  • See some of the best microgrids, first-hand, in action, through guided tours of Boston-area microgrids that serve a medical center, university, pharmaceutical company and corporate headquarters.
  • Gain insight from world-class companies and institutions with operating microgrids. Panelists will answer such questions as: How do you optimize efficiency? What is your islanding strategy? What was the business case for deployment, and how do you interact with the local utility?
  • Find out how states are ushering in the microgrid era with grid modernization reforms. See the path ahead – including its bumps, curves and fast tracks — as described by a plenary panel of regulatory leaders. Discover how the microgrid community can inform, advise and support appropriate regulatory change.
  • Learn about market trends from some the largest energy infrastructure and technology companies, as Microgrid Knowledge interviews their key executives on stage. Which technologies will thrive? What business models will take hold? Who will lead, what partners will they choose, and how can you be among them?

microgrid 2017

A limited number of discounted rooms are available at the Boston Park Plaza. Go to to secure your seat at the event before the early registration discount expires on June 30.

For exhibitor and sponsorship information, contact Kevin Normandeau,, (508) 259-8570.

Sign up for our newsletter and get the latest microgrid news and analysis.

Leave a Comment