Macro Meets Micro in the Grid of the Future

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This session examines efforts to coordinate improvements for the transmission system to enhance capacity, gain efficiency, and strengthen the ties between regional operators at the macro level and ensure adequate generation to meet future demand. The panel will talk about what it means to be a “prosumer” and showcase examples of how microgrid applications are being designed, implemented, and funded, by featuring local model projects. Find out how macro and micro align to enable resilience, and learn about financing strategies to add your facility into the mix.


Moderator: Geoff Oxnam, Founder & CEO, American Microgrid Solutions, LLC & Chair, Board of Directors, MCEC

Panelists:
Jake Friedman – VP, Project Development, Strategic Accounts, GreenStruxure
Nicole Geneau – SVP, Development, AlphaStruxure
Jana Gerber – President, North American Microgrid, Schneider Electric
Barbara Tyran – Director, Macro Grid Initiative
Michael Yambrach – Interim Chief, Office of Energy & Sustainability, Montgomery County

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