CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Are the upcoming Call for Speakers and Super Early Bird Pricing deadlines for the 7th annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference (HIMC) presented by Distributed Energy on your calendar? If you are an energy professional involved with the microgrid industry, you won't want to miss out on the unique opportunity to network, collaborate, and further advance this rapidly evolving market!
HIMC 2019 is scheduled for October 6–9 at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge, MA. This special annual event brings together a global community of microgrid experts and financiers for the purpose of advancing high-quality, profitable distributed energy systems in off-grid, remote, and grid-tied settings.
Read up on the important deadlines below, and join like-minded thought leaders from around the world in Cambridge this fall to share successes, technologies, and financial models and to develop goals and policy objectives that drive the industry forward.
Call for Speakers closes this Sunday, March 31
Conference organizers are seeking dynamic speakers with high-level presentations to help guide the critical discussions at this focused, content-driven event.
Presenters provide an invaluable service for the microgrid community by using practical insights and real-world examples to help solve the industry's most pressing challenges. In addition to gaining valuable exposure before an influential audience, speakers receive additional savings on the Full Conference Package, which includes access to educational sessions with fellow prominent industry figures, an exhibitor showcase, a networking reception, and more.
HIMC Cambridge will emphasize the following topic areas:
- On- and off-grid case studies of projects in operation
- Recent progress in storage technology
- Microgrid controllers
- Regulatory issues
- Market conditions, insights, and strategies
- Project financing
- Reducing commercial and industrial (C&I) energy bills
- Demand charge reduction
- Energy arbitrage
- Development challenges and opportunities
Interested in these subjects and want to become a speaker or send a representative from your company to present? Follow the link below to become a speaker today!
The abstract submission deadline is this Sunday, March 31, at 11:59 p.m.
Super Early Bird Pricing ends next Friday, April 5
Don't spend more than you have to on registering for HIMC Cambridge. Take advantage of Super Early Bird Pricing to save up to 30 percent on your Full Conference Package!
Super Early Bird Pricing includes the following rates—whereby participants can get up to $350 off regular rates:
- Attendee: $895
- Academia, Government, International: $695
- Speaker: $400
- Student: $225
Preview the Conference Tracks via the preliminary agenda below, and register now to maximize your savings!
- The Changing Role of Regulation
- Case Studies
- Microgrids for Resilience
- DERs for Utility Cost Management
- Demand Charges
- TOU Rates
- Export Restrictions
- Island Power Systems & Experience from the Arctic
- Minigrids in Developing Countries
- Innovations in Business Models
- Innovations in Controls and Monitoring
- The Current State of Storage Technology
The Super Early Bird Pricing deadline is next Friday, April 5, at 11:59 p.m.
For more information or assistance registering:
Please visit the official HIMC website
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Please contact Event Director Brigette Burich
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