Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers

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Learn 5 ways that microgrid developers can successfully navigate changing customer needs, handle vendor and procurement management, and avoid scope gaps in this webinar from Microgrid Knowledge and Siemens.

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Given industry trends, it appears that there’s a booming market ahead for those who are developing microgrids. But as the market grows and diversifies, microgrid developers are starting to face some growing pains. Customer needs are shifting, projects are becoming more complex, and new technologies are emerging that face a patchwork mix of rules and regulations. How can developers make microgrid development easier, faster and cheaper and avoid costly scope gaps? In this video, expert speakers from Microgrid Knowledge, Siemens, Russelectric and Dynapower will describe ways that microgrid developers can successfully navigate changing customer needs, handle vendor and procurement management, and ensure successful system integration.

Knowing how to avoid pain points and ensure your project is a win – win for all parties is critical. In the video, the speakers will share insights on:

  • Understanding the project and operational requirements
  • Conducting studies that provide project-specific answers
  • Making the right procurement decisions
  • Managing balance-of-plant considerations
  • Ensuring smooth integration

The video includes a question and answer session that was recorded during the live webinar.

“Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers: Steps to Develop Microgrids Easier, Faster and Cheaper,” features Paul Bennison, business development manager for microgrids and renewables at Siemens; Brett Ingle, senior sales engineer at Dynapower;  John Stark, marcom and product manager at Russelectric; and William Johnston, product development manager at Russelectric. The webinar is moderated by Elisa Wood, editor in chief of Microgrid Knowledge and Kevin Normandeau, publisher of Microgrid Knowledge.

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Paul Bennison, business development manager for microgrids and renewables, Siemens

Brett Ingle, senior sales engineer, Dynapower

William Johnston, product development manager, Russelectric

John Stark, Marcom and Product Manager, Russelectric

This video, recorded in October of 2021, is a part of Microgrid Knowledge’s webinar series featuring industry experts discussing a variety of topics relevant to microgrids. Look for more great premium video content from Microgrid Knowledge, ​​the largest site in the world dedicated to all things microgrid.

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