Grid Edge Innovation 101 with GTM Research
Keynote: How a utility built an innovation team
Combination solutions are taking hold at the grid edge including artificial intelligence, machine learning, edge processing, and distributed ledger technology. Hear this expert panel discuss what the future of these technologies hold for the energy industry.
Yang Bai, Technical Lead, Enterprise Energy Services, Nest/Google
Paul Breslow, Ph.D., Principal, Open Innovation, EDF Innovation Lab, Inc.
Sonja Glavaski, Program Director, ARPA-E, U.S. Department of Energy
Moderator: Scott Clavenna, Chairman, Greentech Media
Hear experts explain how evolving architectures are leading to a new Virtual Power Plants and an interconnected reality
Resiliency Planning - A Story of Recovery for Customers
Visionary panel on the potential of distributed ledger technology and the importance of the customers as an energy asset
Moderator: Julia Pyper, Senior Editor, Greentech Media
We'll hear from 12 startups in an informal speed pitch session
GTM introduces the track 1 theme: Existing and emerging grid edge technologies
GTM introduces the track 2 theme: Innovating relationships behind the meter
How utilities are building "utility of the future" teams and investing in new capabilities
Panel session discussing the role of artificial intelligence for the liquid consumer - moving beyond the chatbot applications in energy
Do jurisdictional GHG targets and utility grid support needs align with the green programs that corporates are pursuing?
Experts discuss to extract value from new and existing data and the emerging role of the utility data scientist
Are companies better of in the long-term outsourcing energy management functions to platforms? Join experts as we discuss the decision making process
Panel: How utilities are moving from a volumetric business to a services based business
Rachel Gold, Manager, Rocky Mountain Institute
Doug McMahon, Vice President of Strategy, New York Power Authority
Jim Taylor, Vice President, Energy Solutions, Siemens Energy Management, Digital Grid
Jon Wellinghoff, CEO, Grid Policy Inc.
Panel: The emerging role of marketplaces for goods and services - where is the most innovation?