February 21, 2019 - New York Advanced Energy Q1
Resiliency, Critical Infrastructure and Microgrids
Susanne DesRoches, Deputy Director, Infrastructure + Energy, Office of Sustainability, NYC Mayor's Office of Resiliency
Steve Martino, Vice President - MEP Division Leader, Savin Engineers
Mohamed “Mo” Kamaludeen, Manager, Distribution Planning, Con Edison
Charles Hermann, Senior Engineer, Energy Services Product Development, New York Power Authority
Dinner and Breakfast Stakeholders: Attendee List
AEG Blog Post: Resiliency, Critical Infrastructure, and Microgrids, by Isabella Suarez
Winning Problem Statement from Mohamed "Mo" Kamaludeen:
Identify the best stakeholders and deployment models for near-term action to meet the State’s aggressive storage target of 1,500 MW by 2025.
Winning 12-Month Action Plan:
Table 9: Standardization of the permitting process and incentive structure
Q2: coalition of stakeholders geared towards eval city/state building deployment
Q3: write plan
Task Force Leader:
Philip Jonat, Engineer, WSP
To get involved with the Task Force, contact Philip at email@example.com and enter your information on the Task Force Contact List.
What important resource/capability do you bring to this discussion today?
Clearway Energy, Microgrid Overview and Solution for Princeton Hospital
Microsoft, Fuel Cell DataCenter Project video
NEXT NYAE Q2 STAKEHOLDER SERIES: Smart Buildings & Grid Modernization - June 19-20, 2019
Members will receive a custom invitation.
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