9th Annual Demand Response & Distributed Energy Resources Forum Coming to San Diego

Event examines the challenges and opportunities in transitioning to the distributed, digitized clean energy grid of the future
SAN DIEGO - Sept. 29, 2022 - PRLog -- The 9th Annual Demand Response & Distributed Energy Resources Forum, October 11-13 in San Diego, brings together stakeholders from across the DR / DER industry to examine the latest technology advances and strategies for optimizing demand response, energy efficiency, DER integration, and demand side management programs.

Organized by the Smart Grid Observer, the focus is on how best to leverage grid edge intelligence, auto-DR capabilities, and next-gen smart grid infrastructure to meet the requirements of prosumer customers in a changing energy marketplace.

Speakers Include:

- Mary Ann Piette, Scientific Division Director, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Keven Brough, Product Planning & Strategy, Google
- Jordan Smith, Consulting Engineer, Southern California Edison
- Rod Parry, Senior Grid Mod Technology Architect, Puget Sound Energy
- Kevin Cornish, Vice President, Smart Infrastructure, Utilligent
- Mark Crowdis, Chief Executive Officer, 127 Energy
- James Mater, General Manager Smart Grid, QualityLogic
- Max Frey, Vice President, THG Energy Solutions
- John Walsh, Founder and CEO, Endera
- Jeff Wolfe, Co-Founder, CEO, Veloce Energy
- Dr. Ammi Amarnath, Senior Technical Executive, Electric Power Research Institute
- Jeremy Reefe, Project Manager, San Diego Gas & Electric
- Brad Heavner, Policy Director, California Solar & Storage Association
- Scott McGaraghan, VP of International and Partnerships, Voltus

Topics to be addressed include:

- The role of energy storage as a flexibility contributor to the grid
- Exploring the Electrification of Everything
- Large industrial customers: sharing key hints and lessons learned
- Current utility DR programs in the U.S. and directions forward
- Implementation of eV school bus fleets in DER and DR programs
- Strategies for increasing load flexibility and DR participation in the residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural sectors
- Smart buildings advances in energy efficiency and DR participation
- Creating a modular grid modeling and management platform
- Preparing to meet California's new building energy code and appliance efficiency standards
- From capacity to ancillary markets: Taking advantage of emerging revenue streams
- Regulatory developments and DR implementation trends
- Intersection of energy storage technology and policy: Roadblocks & paths forward
- The role of DR in achieving Net Zero emissions by 2050

Oct 11 Pre-Conference Workshop on "Building a Plug and Play EV Charging Infrastructure" provides guidance and insight by reviewing applicable standards for electric vehicle use-cases for Vehicle-Grid Integration (VGI). Led by QualityLogic.

Full conference agenda is at --  https://lnkd.in/gkZ7qu6x

Register today at -- https://lnkd.in/gMNhiEHR

Daniel Coran
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