Distributed Generation on the Edge of the Smart Grid


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Rooftop solar, photovoltaic solar, energy storage, smart meters and smart inverters are on the edge of the grid but in utility control.

Challenges remain in making sure these resources contribute to resiliency, reliability and efficiency.

Jonathan Stewart, director of the Utility Products and Systems Division at the National Electrical Manufacturers Association, will tell us at lunch how these resources will evolve and be controlled.

Jonathan is director of the Utility Products and Systems Division at the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), in Arlington, Virginia.

He coordinates NEMA member activities related to energy management and grid modernization across 10 product sections. He is also responsible for leading an electromanufacturing workforce development strategic initiative to promote sector careers and train the future workforce.

Prior to his current role, he has been Manager of Government Relations at NEMA. He he also been a director at Andreae & Associates and Bell Pottinger USA.

He has a BA from Brigham Young University and a JD from the UC Hastings College of the Law.

Join your colleagues and peers at Chinatown Gardens to learn more about the state of today’s Smart Grid.

Registration Fees:
**Member – $35.00
**Non-Member – $40.00
**Student Member – $10.00
**Student Non-Member – $15.00

Location

Chinatown Garden
618 "H" Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

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