Energy Resilience in the Age of Climate Change
Extreme weather and wildfires are impacting energy infrastructure across the country and world. Technologies such as behind-the-meter energy storage and intelligent software are emerging to help companies and communities anticipate outages, and keep the power flowing. Our experts will address how companies are planning for climate risks that could challenge energy infrastructure, arguments that bolster the business case for building in resiliency, and the available distributed energy resources that ensure continuity of operations.
Among the things you’ll learn:
How cities and companies are partnering to drive innovation
The motivations and enablers, including sensors and artificial intelligence, of microgrids
Why the secret sauce of energy storage is software, not just the batteries
Approaches to predicting and mapping areas of concern
- Heather Clancy, Editorial Director, GreenBiz Group
- Emily Goldfield, Senior Associate, Rocky Mountain Institute
- Dennis McGinn, former Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment
- Steve Nieland, Director of Energy, Faith Technologies
Free Download: By registering for this webcast, you'll be among the first to receive a copy of the GreenBiz Insights: Energy Resilience report, which offers valuable insights and case studies on the notion of “energy resilience” and how it is gaining currency as communities and companies contemplate how to align their investments in affordable clean energy with keeping the lights on during turbulent times. You'll receive a link to the pdf, following the webcast.