2016 AEE SoCal Annual Conference
Evolving Energy Management Strategies
Meet the Ship & Shore team at the upcoming Southern California Chapter of AEE meeting in September 22nd. Our Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers RTO’s are the most energy efficient option for VOC Abatement and offers superior air pollution control to manufacturers in Southern California’s stringent regulations.
Energy Management has evolved as the key facilitator and enabler of the grid of the future. The central power plant model for electricity supply has been in place for a century. It was a stable but capital intensive model with long-term planning horizon. Energy efficiency and renewable energy as components of Energy Management were deployed primarily to save energy and money for the end users.
Driven by emergence of new Energy Management technologies, changing energy demand, load growth, and environmental legislation; Demand Response, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Combined Heat and Power, and Storage, all components of Energy Management, have become the key building blocks of the grid of the future. Effective and coordinated working of the evolving Energy Management strategies is necessary for a reliable, secure, and affordable energy supply model.
This conference will explore the perspective of the electric and gas utilities, regulatory agencies and end-users on the status of the evolving Energy Management strategies currently being planned and deployed, their effectiveness, challenges, and prospects.
Natural Gas Storage Outlook
Distributed Generation & Renewable Energy
Electricity and Thermal Energy Storage
Grid Resilience & Security
Energy Management Meeting the Needs of the Grid of the Future
The afternoon panel will bring key players from the industry involved in planning and implementing Energy Management strategies to discuss their experience and what they see as challenges and opportunities in their work. The afternoon session will take an in-depth look from the experience of actual project implementation managers and what they were able to accomplish on their project build-outs in the Southern California region. They will reveal their challenges, workarounds and solutions they found most beneficial in realizing the goals they set for their energy efficiency, energy production and sustainability components of their energy management projects.
September 22, 2016, 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
SoCalGas Energy Resource Center,
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