Steps to Develop Microgrids Easier, Faster and Cheaper: Oct. 27 Webinar

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Microgrid developers are facing growing pains as new market demands emerge. Customer needs are shifting and projects are becoming more complex. How can they make microgrid development easier, faster and cheaper and avoid costly scope gaps? For the answers join us Oct. 27  for a live webinar hosted by Microgrid Knowledge and featuring Siemens, Russelectric and Dynapower.

Expert speakers will describe ways that microgrid developers can successfully navigate changing customer needs, handle vendor and procurement management, and ensure successful system integration.

Registration is now open for the tech talk, which will be held Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 2 p.m. EST. Click here to register.

“Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers: Steps to Develop Microgrids Easier, Faster and Cheaper,” will feature 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.

Learn how developers can avoid pain points and ensure their projects result in a win-win situation for all parties. Speakers will describe their approaches in action through case studies about commercial, government and university microgrids.

The audience will be invited to participate in a live question and answer session with the experts following the presentations.

The one-hour webinar will include discussion of the following topics:

  • 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.

Register for “Preventing Scope Gaps for Microgrid Developers: Steps to Develop Microgrids Easier, Faster and Cheaper” now. Can’t attend the live event on Oct. 27? If you register now, you will be notified when you can watch the webinar “on demand.”

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  1. thanks for this

  2. “The one-hour webinar will include discussion of the following topics:”

    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.

    This “call” for analysis and granularity is necessary for all energy users, from residential, to small business, to the larger C&I entities. In the larger entities it may be the more industrial 600 VAC buss rating and 1,000AMPs for a medium sized Commercial and or Industrial operation and yet on average and as a “majority” how much of that capacity and for how long does one use this much energy, every minute, every hour, every day, once a week , once a month or almost (never). This allows the individual entity to program “their” system for their benefit, not for the benefit of the utility and their electricity ‘rate savings programs’ that are typically outside of a 9 to 5 workday hours of actual operations. IF one decides to add smart ESS, then there are a whole other group of energy storage and control offered to the adopter above and beyond the utility’s programs.