What’s ahead for the electric industry as it transitions from traditional fuels to generate electricity? What’s going to replace coal and gas? How is the grid going to change? What’s happening with electric vehicles? Is hydrogen a possible future fuel source? Find out at the CREA Energy Innovations Summit.
The day-long CREA Energy Innovations Summit focuses on the challenges facing today’s electric industry and possible solutions. From 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, November 7, Summit attendees will listen to myriad speakers and panels talk through the future of the electric industry at the Westin Westminster Hotel.
Registration is open at crea.coop to anyone interested in today’s electric industry.
Among the many professionals who will share their expertise is Rob Chapman, senior vice president of energy delivery and customer solutions at the Electric Power Research Institute. He will discuss what is needed to enable reliability and resiliency in a net-zero energy economy during the lunch hour.
Experts from General Atomics, Forge Nano, Think Microgrid, the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, the Geothermal Exchange Organization and several electric co-ops and other utilities will share technologies, research and more. During the morning and afternoon sessions, others will discuss electric vehicle developments, microgrids, hydrogen, battery storage, geothermal energy, small modular reactors and more.
A variety of vendors will also share innovative products between sessions.