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Emerging Trends Series: Microgrids - A Model for Innovative Partnerships

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Veolia North America

53 State Street

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Boston, MA 02109

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Cities, towns, communities, major institutions and other customers are exploring microgrids as a way to meet their critical electricity needs, ensure resilience and manage costs. Microgrid capabilities are also increasingly being used to respond to the challenges of more frequent disruptive storms and manage peak demand in the near term, as well as being part of climate adaptation plans in the longer term. NECEC’s Emerging Trend Series: Microgrids - A Model for Innovative Partnerships will highlight new ways customers, utilities and third party providers are working together to successfully deploy microgrid solutions.

Please join the NECEC team and speakers from the clean energy industry, as well as policymakers and customers, to discuss how they are working to develop models for microgrids that include energy storage, distributed generation, demand response and energy efficiency to keep the lights on, reduce their carbon footprints and enhance resiliency.

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  • Moderator: Janet Gail Besser, Executive Vice President, NECEC
  • Mike Byrnes, Senior Vice President, Veolia Solutions
  • Steve Pike, CEO, MassCEC
  • Vincent Ragucci, Executive Vice President, Energy New England
  • John Baker, Associate Vice Chancellor Facilities Management, UMass Medical School
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