Microgrid Momentum: Building Efficient, Resilient Power

Microgrid Momentum:
Building Efficient, Resilient Power

Hosted by

The George Washington University


Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES)

Wednesday, March 8, 2017
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

The George Washington University

Lerner Hall, First Floor

2000 H St, NW
(Southwest corner of 20th and H streets)
Washington, DC


Livestream at http://bit.ly/MicrogridLive

Microgrids are an innovative solution to reduce emissions, improve electricity system reliability and resilience, and tighten grid security. But financial, legal and technological barriers can slow their deployment.

Please join C2ES and state, business and city leaders as we examine the opportunities and challenges of successful microgrid deployment.


Opening Remarks

Lee Paddock
Associate Dean for Environmental Studies, The George Washington University Law School

Bob Perciasepe
President, C2ES

Building Resilient, Secure Microgrids

 Sudipta Lahiri
Senior Consultant, Energy Advisory, DNV GL

Joel Langill
Critical Infrastructure Protection, AECOM

Bracken Hendricks
Chief Executive Officer, Urban Ingenuity

Janet Peace
Senior Vice President, Policy and Business Strategy, C2ES


Breaking Down Regulatory & Financial Barriers

Tom Fenimore
Technology Development Manger, Duke Energy

Pete Fuller
Vice President, Market & Regulatory Policy, NRG Energy

Kyle Haas
Energy Policy and Compliance Analyst
District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment

Kevin Self
Senior Vice President, Strategy, Business Development & Government Relations, Schneider Electric North America

Donna Attanasio
Senior Advisor for Energy Law Programs, The George Washington University Law School


Support for this project was made available by the Duke Energy Renewables Innovation Fund at George Washington University.