THE INTERNATIONAL MICROGRID EVENT: UPDATES

Please be advised that The International Microgrid Event has been postponed to the 21-24 September 2020. For further information, requests or questions, chat with us at enquire@iqpc.com.au.

Unlocking the Future of Energy through Business Model Transformation, Digitisation and Decarbonisation of the Energy Industry

 


Organised by IQPC Australia and in Partnership with The International Microgrid Association

Power grids all over the world are being increasingly challenged by weather events, cyber threats and the rapid growth of distributed energy resources (DERs). Grid operators are realising the role microgrids can play in improving resiliency, reliability and efficiency.

Microgrids must seamlessly orchestrate hybrid central energy resources with DERs, while maintaining grid security and safety. However, advanced microgrids have many challenges ahead as operating in parallel with utility distribution systems and seamlessly transitioning to ‘island’ mode is just the beginning…

This event will explore the global transition towards utility optimisation and electrification through advanced microgrids. Leaders from across the globe will come together to assess the evolution of the industry and the new challenges which have arisen. From utilities to regulators to government agencies, a cross industry perspective on how to leverage the opportunities offered by microgrids will be provided through panels, workshops, case studies and debates.

Meet Our Speakers

Explore the Innovation & Disruption Shaping the Energy Industry

The International Microgrid Event connects global thought leaders in the fields of grid transformation, digital enablement, renewable strategies, storage innovation and grid reliability, resilience and security, to explore the innovation shaping the energy industry.

Key Discussion Themes

  • Microgrid business model metrics and value propositions
  • DERs' value propositions - 'Then vs Now vs Future'
  • Curating Interoperability standards for the grid and connected devices 
  • Advanced microgrids as enablers of grid resilience, DER and the IoT
  • Engaging the market for funding, financing, investment & entrepreneurship
  • Role of hydrogen and battery storage
  • New innovations in monetising the aggregation of DER resources
  • Data, AI and meachine learning for optimising strategic deliverables

Who Should Attend? 

  • Utilities
  • Regulators, Government & Policy Makers
  • Microgrid Consumers 
  • Technology, Analytics & Application Providers
  • Research Insitutes & Educators
  • Investors and Capital Providers
  • Microgrid Control, Management, Modelling & DER Level Vendors

Speaker Testimonials