Join Microgrid Leaders Today to  Shape the Path to 2030

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With the largest audience yet to join a microgrid conference — more than 4,300 registrants — Microgrid 2020 Global today comes to a close with a call to action from leaders to drive microgrid adoption forward. 

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Hosted by Microgrid Knowledge, the three-day conference is being presented virtually to audiences worldwide.

Today, through interactive polling and discussion, the audience will  help set the stage for the journey to 2030. Policy experts, industry thought leaders, and technology and engineering specialists will guide the way. Socially conscious communities and companies show how microgrids can benefit society. And the Microgrid 2020 Global Advisory Board brings the conference to a close with a rousing call to action.

A game-changing day, the close-out of Microgrid 2020 Global features:

  • Policy/Markets Workshop (Interactive Polling)
  • Solutions to Microgrid Engineering & Technical Challenges
  • Energy Resilience for All: Access, Equity and Social Justice

That’s just a sampling of the content-rich and interactive day ahead.

The conference also offers an extensive exhibit hall and networking opportunities. (Those who network the most are eligible for Amazon gift cards!)

Microgrid 2020 Global, the virtual event is free to attend Nov 17-19. The conference brings together  75 world-class speakers for more than 20 different interactive sessions, site tours, and the largest digital networking platform in the industry.  

Learn more about Microgrid 2020 Global and register here. After today, the conference will be available on-demand for $99.

Below is an agenda-in-brief. The full agenda is here.

 

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Elisa Wood About Elisa Wood

Elisa Wood is the chief editor of MicrogridKnowledge.com. She has been writing about energy for more than two decades for top industry publications. Her work also has been picked up by CNN, the New York Times, Reuters, the Wall Street Journal Online and the Washington Post.

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