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Group Discussion: DERMS Software Selection
Thursday, September 13, 2018, 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EDT
Category: PLMA Webcast

PLMA Load Management Leadership Interest Group Discussions
PLMA Interest Group Discussion

Join Us For:

Distributed Energy Resource Management System Software Selection

with Rich Barone, Hawaiian Electric; Jim Musilek, North Carolina EMC; Derek Kirchner, DTE Energy; Lee Hall, BPA; Paul Wassink, National Grid; and John Brown, Skipping Stone

recorded September 13, 2018

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This Web discussion will bring together a panel of experts to share their experiences and best practices in selecting the right vendor and solution for a Distributed Energy Resource Management System DERMS.

The growth and adoption of distributed energy resources (DER), renewables, microgrids, and other local energy resources is accelerating at an unprecedented rate. Energy companies are looking for more effective software solutions to help them manage this growth and to operate the grid to better take advantage of these devices. However, the software landscape is in flux with a myriad of solutions that each seem to have a differing view as to what really makes up a distributed energy resource management system (DERMS). You can shift the odds to your favor by adopting leading practices for software selection and laying a solid foundation for the selection through proper selection preparation.

Panelists will include:

Rich Barone, Hawaiian Electric

Rich Barone
Hawaiian Electric

Jim Musilek, North Carolina EMC

Jim Musilek
North Carolina EMC

Derek Kirchner, DTE Energy

Derek Kirchner
DTE Energy

Lee Hall, ENGIE

Lee Hall
Bonneville Power Administration

Paul Wassink, National Grid

Paul Wassink
National Grid

John Brown, Skipping Stone

Moderator: John Brown
Skipping Stone

Who Should Attend. Utility and regulatory staff as well as other energy industry trade allies and organizations seeking thought leadership and insight on innovative load management methods to meet energy load needs, mitigate price, and manage variable generation.

How Group Discussion Works. When you register, you may submit a comment or question in advance. After brief introductions, the featured speakers will have an informal 60-minute conversation. You're welcome to use a speaker phone so an unlimited number of people may participate. After the Discussion, you will receive a recording web link. Unable to participate on this day and time? Register anyway and you will automatically receive the recording link.

Contact: Tiger Adolf, [email protected], (707) 652-5333