Optimizing the business model, performance, and integration of hybrid renewable energy microgrids in off-grid and grid-tied environments
The microgrid opportunity around the world continues to grow significantly. One recent report forecasts a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the market of 12% between 2016-2022, while a second projects it to reach $35 billion by 2025 with a stunning 20.7% CAGR.*
The reasons for this include the falling costs of solar energy, advances in energy storage, the drive to mitigate climate change, and the cost savings associated with minimizing fossil fuels in remote generation systems.
In addition, microgrids will play a central role in bringing electrification to rural and developing regions in which access to reliable, clean and affordable energy is a high priority.
The 5th edition of the Microgrid Global Innovation Forum focuses on microgrid advances, case studies and applications in EMEA, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America. The emphasis is on maximizing the effective use of renewable and distributed energy resources, refining
the positive business model for a range of microgrid deployments, and sharing real-world case studies in both grid-tied and off-grid/remote environments. The event will focus on:
- Microgrid feasibility, design, and implementation
- Refining the business case for off-grid, remote, and island microgrids
- Solar + storage advances
- Project financing and investor perspectives
- Determining the correct technology mix for hybrid energy systems
- Advanced battery, fuel cell, and flow battery technologies
- Microgrid power control, management, and integration
- Integrating distributed renewable energy resources into the grid
- Effective project evaluation, implementation, and management
- Regulatory and public policy advances
- Standards and interoperability issues
- Market drivers and opportunities worldwide
- and more
The Call for Speakers is currently open. Click here for details.
End User Attendees: Special arrangements have been made to accommodate the participation of project
owners, developers, and utility energy professionals from key developing markets throughout EMEA, Asia-PAC, and Latin America
Real-World Lessons: The emphasis of the event is on key take-aways from leading microgrid projects in a range of regions and deployment environments
Executive Networking: Strategic partnerships and alliances will shape the future of this industry. The event will foster interaction among key decision makers and stakeholders across the microgrid spectrum.
Results Oriented: Ample time is reserved for discussion of technology advances and projects at the forefront of microgrid development. Network with project principals and get up to speed on best practices and success strategies.
Financing sources: Summit attendees will learn about effectively planning and financing renewable energy and microgrid projects,
and network with key investment professionals who are looking to support such projects.
An Open, Cross-Industry Networking Event
This event brings together technology thought leaders, project managers, system integrators, and development advocates for in-depth sharing of insights and experiences to date. The forum is open to all industry professionals and researchers working to optimize hybrid energy systems.
Who Should Attend?
Microgrid project developers, owners, and entrepreneurs
Utility and energy provider executives
Solar PV, wind power, and renewable energy companies
Power control system and software vendors
Battery suppliers and energy storage companies
Regulatory and policy development professionals
Academic researchers, educators and professors
Financial and VC professionals
System integrators and project consultants
Be sure to join your colleagues from around the world
who are shaping the microgrid future!
*Global Microgrid Market Insights, Opportunity Analysis, Market Shares and Forecast, 2016-2022 and Microgrid Market: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2014-2020