Original air date June 18, 2019

The Future of Power Solutions webcast series

Attendees qualify for a Certificate of Completion for each webcast attended

Microgrids 101: Combining multiple power sources for maximum efficiency and uptime
Tue, Apr 30, 2019, 2:00 PM EDT

This presentation is designed to educate energy professionals (CSEs, owners, distributed energy managers) regarding microgrid and distributed generation projects. The presenter(s) will introduce the topic of microgrids, discuss commonly used power generation technologies and the circumstances that make microgrids an ideal energy solution. During this webcast, the presenter(s) will provide examples of successful microgrid projects from around the world, highlighting the unique attributes of each project. They will also identify best practices to consider when evaluating and planning a potential project.

Learning objectives:

  • Overview of microgrids.
  • Understanding of common power generation technologies used in microgrids.
  • Examples of successful installations from around the world.
  • Identification of best practices when evaluating and planning a potential microgrid project.

Microgrids 201: Integrating renewables and battery storage into your power solutions
Tue, Jun 18, 2019, 2:00 PM EDT

This presentation is designed to educate energy professionals (CSEs, owners, distributed energy managers) regarding microgrid and distributed generation projects incorporating battery storage with multiple energy sources including renewables. During this webcast, the presenter(s) will discuss the unique benefits and challenges of incorporating battery storage solutions into a microgrid, and provide real-world examples of successful projects including lessons learned and best practices identified.

Learning objectives:

  • Introduction to energy storage solutions.
  • Understanding of common benefits and challenges of energy storage.
  • Examples of successful, real-world installations.
  • Identification of lessons learned and best practices for successful energy storage.

Microgrids 301: Tying multiple power systems together with intelligent controls
Tue, Sep 24, 2019, 2:00 PM EDT 

This presentation is designed to educate energy professionals (CSEs, owners, distributed energy managers) regarding microgrid and distributed generation projects utilizing intelligent control systems. The presenter(s) will discuss consideration factors commonly used to evaluate intelligent automation systems, including monitoring and power resource control capabilities, and impact on system reliability and sustainability. During this webcast, the presenter(s) will also highlight the benefits of digital simulation capabilities, in which real-world applications are modeled and analyzed to determine the most economic deployment of energy producing assets.

Learning objectives:

  • Introduction to intelligent automation systems
  • Understanding of common consideration factors including monitoring and power resource control capability, and system impact on reliability and sustainability
  • Benefits of digital simulations to model real-world applications and determine optimal configuration of energy producing assets.

Presented By:
Tom Drake, Regional Sales Manager Gas Power Systems
Christian Mueller, Senior Sales Engineer, MTU Onsite Energy
Ryan Murphy, Business Development Manager, Mission Critical Installations, MTU Onsite Energy
Brian Ponstein, Regional Sales Engineer, MTU Onsite Energy

Moderated By:
Amara Rozgus & Jack Smith, CFE Media & Technology

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