Iron sharpens iron. Microgrid sharpens microgrid.
A new take on the Proverb, perhaps, but bringing the best of an industry together is something that makes everyone better going forward. That is our intention for Microgrid 2024 happening April 22-24 in Baltimore, Maryland at the Marriott Waterfront.
Our Call for Speakers deadline is Friday, Oct. 6. We are seeking sessions around all facets of the microgrid, minigrid and nanogrid movements. Our categories are focused around customer education, digital optimization and controls, financing, regulatory, marketing, generation and fuels, project development, operations and maintenance and systems engineering and integration.
Within those larger groups are nearly countless opportunities to talk about the latest and greatest in microgrid’s growth within the power delivery sector. How can AI help deployment? How will the role of CHP in campus on-site power evolve? How can developers navigate interconnection pathways? And so much more. Check out our call for more details. You might even have an idea we haven’t thought of yet. Let us know.
Microgrid Knowledge’s Conference 2024 is a great place to hear about exciting and cutting-edge projects, technologies and lessons learned on the road to commissioning. It’s a fun time to network and catch up with friends from across in the industry.
We want to hear about your projects that are helping to merge energy sustainability and resiliency across the commercial, industrial, military, healthcare and other mission-critical facilities. If you are a facilities, sustainability or building energy manager, we’d love to hear from you.
Our advisory board, which is made up of dozens of industry leaders, will help us decide what makes the cut to present at Microgrid Knowledge 2024 in Baltimore. We will give special consideration to those sessions which have end-use customers as co-presenters, so get them involved in telling the story.
Microgrid Knowledge 2024 should be an inspiring and fun time in the area near where a young Francis Scott Key watched the Battle of Fort McHenry and composed the Star-Spangled Banner. The Marriott Waterfront offers incredible views and yet ample space to gather and talk up the past, present and future of grid decentralization. It’s close to the National Aquarium, Federal Hill and the Fort McHenry National Monument.
Click here to access the Call for Speakers. Our deadline is Oct. 6 so don’t wait. And bring the end user along to help tell these incredible stories.