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Forum to Focus on Modernizing the North America Energy Grid
Decarbonizing and optimizing the efficiency of the U.S. electric to be a key focus
The 7th Annual Grid Modernization Forum, May 10-11, 2022 in Chicago, organized by the Smart Grid Observer, will offer a unique venue for utility professionals to network one-on-one with colleagues and share insights regarding strategies and advances in modernizing the electric grid. The very latest technology advances, deployments and applications will be examined in depth with an eye toward what works, what doesn't, and how utilities can best move forward in the current environment.
"Climate change, aging infrastructure, and the move toward decentralization are key drivers for the 21st Century grid," says Daniel Coran, program manager for the Forum. "This event is designed to help utilities zero in on these drivers and implement the best, most cost-effective strategies for delivering reliable, sustainable energy in an evolving ecosystem."
Top industry experts from the following organizations will be participating:
Topics to be covered include:
The Forum will be conducted in-person, however attendees may participate virtually via GoToMeeting if their company's travel policy does not yet allow for in-person attendance.
"The electric grid in North America will be undergoing significant change as we seek to maximize renewables penetration and energy storage," says Coran. "This Forum provides a particularly useful venue in which utility professionals can network face to face and help the industry meet this growing challenge effectively."
A special 20% registration discount is available for electric utility employees. Enter code SGO20 when registering at to https://grid-
Daniel Coran, Program Manager
Grid Modernization Forum