Webinar 13: City Governments Blazing A Trail via Resilient Microgrids
Tuesday, September 29th | 1 -2 PM
Wildfires, power shut-offs, as well as various other environment impacts are driving the essential requirement for power resiliency throughout The golden state neighborhoods. City government as well as organizations are taking the lead on microgrids in several locations to guarantee their homeowners remain to get essential solutions as well as back-up power. Offered the technological intricacy as well as variety of feasible microgrid designs, city governments can best profit by gaining from each other as well as interacting to apply a lasting future for all of us.
This panel session will certainly include varied neighborhood professionals, each with a unique viewpoint on creating ingenious, durable microgrid remedies throughout the state:
Mike Grim, City of Carlsbad – Attribute task: Carlsbad microgrid
Craig Lewis, Clean Union (charitable) – Attribute tasks: City of Camarillo solar microgrid as well as City of Santa Barbara area microgrid
Jim Zoellick, Humboldt State College – Attribute task: Redwood Coastline Power Authority as well as Pacific Gas & Electric area microgrid
Speakers will certainly review the objectives as well as several advantages their microgrid tasks attend to – from resiliency to carbon decrease, integrity, as well as federal government procedures. They will certainly discover the procedure as well as financing resources they have actually leveraged to establish research studies as well as styles. As well as they will certainly highlight the stakeholders as well as collaborations behind most of their microgrid tasks which have actually been essential to their success. Lastly, speakers will certainly share crucial lessons found out as well as referrals from their experiences for various other neighborhoods excited to discover comparable possibilities.