ProtoGen to Bring Energy Storage Symposium to Philadelphia Navy Yard this April

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ProtoGen, a distributed energy consulting firm is bringing a new event to Philadelphia, Pa. in April. The Energy Storage Symposium: Business Cases, Worker Safety and Standards, is  a one-day event  scheduled for April 17 from 8 to 4:30 pm, at the Penn State Building 661 in the Philadelphia Navy Yard. The event, which costs $250 to attend, is … [Read more...]

Deadline Feb. 15 for Microgrid Greater Good Award Submissions

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The deadline — February 15 — is fast approaching to nominate projects for the Microgrid Greater Good Awards. The winners will be announced at Microgrid 2020, which will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. The Microgrid Knowledge Greater Good Award recognizes microgrids that fill a clear societal need and bolster the case that microgrids … [Read more...]

January 15 is Deadline for Microgrid 2020 Speaker Applications

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For those interested in speaking or receiving a discounted registration, please make note of two important Microgrid 2020 deadlines in January. The industry's largest gathering, Microgrid 2020 will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. An additional pre-conference policy and regulatory workshop is scheduled for June 1. Tours of … [Read more...]

Applications Open for Microgrid Greater Good Award 2020…New Category Announced

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Microgrid Knowledge today opened nominations for its next round of Microgrid Greater Good Awards and set a Feb. 15, 2020 deadline for applications. The winners will be announced at Microgrid 2020, which will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. The Microgrid Knowledge Greater Good Award recognizes microgrids that fill a clear societal … [Read more...]

Microgrid 2020 Now Accepting Applications for Speakers

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Microgrid Knowledge today announced that the Microgrid 2020 call for speakers is now open with submissions due Jan. 15, 2020. "Microgrid 2020: Distributed Energy and World Electrification" will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa. “We will focus on microgrids, nanogrids, virtual power plants and related advanced distributed energy … [Read more...]

ACORE’s 2019 Renewable Energy Grid Forum

ACORE’s 2019 Renewable Energy Grid Forum will confront the business opportunities, policy and regulatory issues, and technology challenges associated with integrating high-penetration renewable electricity on the grid. Uniting dealmakers, policymakers, and systems experts, the forum will advance efforts for a modernized grid that values … [Read more...]

Does Your Microgrid Have Enough Computing Power?

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Microgrids need to have enough computing power to operate even if a facility is experiencing connectivity issues, says Joseph Gottlieb, CTO of Rhombus Energy. His company builds software to meet this need. "It's a booming business," he says in an interview with Elisa Wood, editor-in-chief of Microgrid Knowledge at Microgrid 2019. Rhombus … [Read more...]

Advisian Leaders Showcase Advanced Energy Software Tool

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In an interview at Microgrid 2019, two Advisian executives — Tristan Jackson, director, smart and distributed energy and Andrea Ruotolo, senior manager, smart and distributed energy — discuss the company’s latest advanced energy software tool.  Advisian is the technical consulting branch of Worley — a 55,000 person engineering services firm … [Read more...]

Microgrid Knowledge Announces Date and Venue for Microgrid 2020

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Microgrid Knowledge today announced the date and venue of the next annual microgrid industry conference, Microgrid 2020. The international event — the world’s largest microgrid industry conference — will be held June 2-3 in Philadelphia, Pa., situated in the Northeast corridor’s vibrant microgrid market and home to the Philadelphia Navy Yard, … [Read more...]

Russelectric Sees Solar and Storage as Keys to Sustainability, Cost Reductions in Microgrid Market

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Tim Kelley, director of renewable microgrids at Russelectric, cites new drivers for microgrids. More and more customers are installing them to achieve sustainability and cost reduction goals. Solar and storage make those goals viable. Russelectric has been in the microgrid market for nearly 50 years. The company provides microgrids to … [Read more...]