March 22, 2017
Energy transformation is clearly emerging from the chaos—and now is the time to shape it. How do we create the modern energy infrastructure needed for next-generation communities? This isn’t just a utility problem; it isn’t just an engineering problem. Answering this question means new roles, new relationships, and new designs in energy. And that is why Alevo is proud to be a Silver Sponsor at this year’s Energy Thought Summit in Austin Texas, March 27-30.
Alevo is honored to be joining the conversation about the future of our grid along side thought leaders of our industry. We look forward to meeting and talking with attendees at this very important event.
Be sure to join us on Wednesday, March 29th at 2:15 in Capital Ballroom B and participate in a very important session on how storage fits into the grid of the future. Details are below.
Break Out Session
Designing the Grid of the Future:
Using Storage to Improve Every Aspect of the Utility Grid
ETS17 Day 3
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
2:15 pm – 3:00 pm
Intercontinental Hotel – Capital Ballroom B
Jeff Gates, Alevo’s Vice President of Sales will be a panelist on this very important breakout session that discusses all aspects of energy storage. It is well known that energy storage has the ability to make renewables more reliable, but it can also do much more to improve the grid. Energy storage can act as a Swiss army knife for the grid due to its versatility and ability to adapt to grid’s changing needs – distributed generation, generation optimization, T&D deferral, ancillary services and more. In this session we will discuss how energy storage is being used today and how it can benefit the grid in the future.
Jeff will also be joined on the panel by Peter Muhoro Ph.D. – Chief Strategy Officer, PEC and Cliff Braddock, Manager, Distributed Energy at Constellation. This session will be moderated by Michael J. Gergen – Partner, Latham & Watkins
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