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|| 8th Annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference
|| Conferences & Exhibitions
- Energy Access
|| 2020/10/12 13:00 MDT
|| 2020/10/16 11:15 MDT
|| Online Event
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|| This year’s conference is sending a global call to “Join the Microgrid Revolution.” Attendance is free for this five-day virtual event, with online sessions led by global industry experts who will explore the rapidly changing world of microgrids and distributed energy resources.
Free attendance provides energy professionals with unprecedented access to valuable microgrid resources and content from industry thought leaders. With no travel required for attendees, conference hosts expect record participation from every corner of the globe.
Sponsorships and virtual booths are available for companies in the microgrid market who want to reach this highly engaged community.
Microgrid project development is on the rise worldwide, supported by technology advancements, policy shifts and necessity. In a world experiencing a pandemic, extreme weather events and wildfires, microgrids are seen as critical, resilient, flexible and efficient sources of reliable power.
Now in its eighth year, the HOMER International Microgrid Conference, presented by HOMER Energy by UL, brings together a global community of microgrid experts, customers, project developers, equipment suppliers, financiers and sustainability leaders for the purpose of advancing high-quality, affordable microgrids and distributed energy systems in off-grid, remote, and grid-tied settings.
Participants gain practical and technical insight into microgrid applications globally via knowledge-sharing presentations, in-depth discussions with industry leaders and examples of diverse microgrid finance models and value propositions.
This year’s conference explores the latest advancements and case studies through presentations by leading experts in important topics such as microgrids for resilience and emergency response; technology advances; microgrids for energy access; grid-connected systems for resilience, demand charge management and EV charging; and microgrid policy development.