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ASME 2016 POWER & ENERGY CONFERENCE BRINGS TOGETHER ALL OF ASME'S WORLD CLASS CONFERENCES ON POWER GENERATION AND ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY.
Demonstrate your involvement in this critical industry!
Abstract Submission: October 19, 2015
Please go to this website for more information on how to submit your abstract
Distributed Generation: The Evolving Landscape
When: Wednesday, May 13, 2015; 2:00PM - 3:00PM ET USA
The era of an electric grid fed by mostly large centralized generating stations has come to the end. Now, more and more electric generation from distributed energy resources, including among others wind turbines, solar panels, fuel cells and micro turbines, are supplying the grid. To learn more about how distributed generation is changing the power industry, join Tim Roughan of National Grid USA and Fran Cummings of Peregrine Energy Group for a live webinar as part of the ASME Energy Forum series.
Speakers: Tim Roughan, Director of Energy and Environmental Policy, National Grid USA / Fran Cummings, Vice President, Peregrine Energy Group
The ECS segment leadership team is pleased to announce the launch of our quarterly communication letters. We will like to keep you informed about all of our meetings and discussions, planned events, and exciting opportunities as they developed.
Certainly, our success would not be possible without the volunteers and Subject Matter Experts who know their technical community, and we will like you and your communities to be engaged in our strategies and plans.
Please take a look at our first issue.
January 2015 ECS Segment Letter
Energy Information: Turning Knowledge into Power
When: Thursday, December 11, 2014; 2:00PM - 3:00PM ET USA
Speaker: Mark Elbert, Director of Web Management, U.S. Energy Information Administration