Green Power Conferences,
Green Power Conferences
July 20, 2011
27 - 28 September 2011 Denver, CO Utility Scale Flexible Power Summit aims to bring together the full spectrum of the United States utility sector, from investor owned utilities to local cooperatives, to explore the options available in developing flexible power management.
Join us in understanding market developments for ancillary services and storage technologies, and hear about the latest developments in the transmission and environmental policy.
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About the event:
The Utility Scale Flexible Power Summit aims to bring together the full spectrum of the United States utility sector, from investor owned utilities to local cooperatives, to explore options available to manage intermittency and maintain reliability.
This Utility conference will examine the issues currently limiting optimal generation and transmission, whilst exploring the potential of gas, demand response and future storage options in providing reliable energy delivery. The summit will provide the opportunity to network with permitting bodies, grid operators and financers, as well as companies providing the latest innovations in intermittency management.
Key topics to be addressed at the Utility Scale Flexible Power Summit:
1. Policy developments in relation to improving transmission capacity
2. Project finance: Where is funding available?
3. Maximizing the flexibility of gas- fired generation: What is the potential of distributed generation in flexibility?
4. Examining ancillary service market development: What are the main issues currently restricting the market?
5. The latest developments in demand response techniques
6. Examining the developing storage market: Exploring storage policy and type, which are the most economical?
Confirmed Speaker Include:
John Bear, Chief Executive Officer, Midwest ISO
Mark Irwin, Director of Technology Development, Southern California Edison
Dora Nakafuji, Director of Renewable Energy and Alternative Power, Hawaiian Electric Company
William Grant, Manager, Transmission Control Centre South, Xcel Energy
David Hicks, Director of Renewable Energy Procurement and Technical Services, NV Energy
Elaine Sison- Lebrilla, Senior Project Manager, Energy Research & Development, Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)
Heather Sanders, Director, Smart Grid Technologies and Strategy, California ISO
Michael Olaleye, Senior Engineer, Real Time Market Operations, PJM Interconnection
Shaun Johnson, Manager, Energy Market Products, New York ISO
Jay Caspary, Director, Transmission Development, Southwest Power Pool
Bob Schulte, Executive Director, Iowa Stored Energy Park
Barry Worthington, Executive Director, United States Energy Association
Erik Ela, Engineer, Systems Integration, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Abbas Akhil, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Sandia National Laboratories
David Nemtzow, Senior Representative, California Energy Storage Alliance
Mickael Backman, Director, Market Development – Americas, Wartsila Corporation
Partho Sanyal, Director, Global Energy and Power Group, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Daniel Mallo, Managing Director, Project and Structured Finance- Energy, Societe Generale, New York
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