The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) is sponsoring a webinar at 2 p.m. ET, 11 a.m. PT, Thursday, exploring the challenges of financing, developing and deploying microgrids that can serve a range of community power and resilience needs.
Featured speakers for the one-hour webinar — Making Community Microgrids Work — include:
Esrick McCartha, Senior Business Solutions Analyst for PJM Interconnection
Caleb Stratton, Chief Resilience Officer for the City of Hoboken
Jim Sherman, Project Engineer for PSE&G’s Solar 4 All program
Jared Leader, Senior Associate at SEPA, will moderate.
Due to the high interest in microgrid deployments — from cities, utilities and communities — SEPA is extending an invitation to all interested journalists who might like to listen in on this session. Registration is free for the media. If you RSVP and are unable to listen in, a link for an on-demand viewing will be emailed to you.
To register, please contact K Kaufmann, SEPA Communications Manager, [email protected]; or 202-379-1637.
The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) is an educational nonprofit working to facilitate the electric power industry’s smart transition to a clean and modern energy future through education, research, standards and collaboration. SEPA offers a range of research initiatives and resources, as well as conferences, educational events and professional networking opportunities. SEPA is founder and co-sponsor of Solar Power International (now North American Smart Energy Week) and winner of the Keystone Policy Center’s 2016 Leadership in Energy Award. For more information, visit www.sepapower.org.