Remote Microgrid Business Models

The Business Implications of High Renewable Energy Penetration

Remote MicrogridsIn the last year, remote microgrid projects around the world have risen in visibility and viability, with the penetration of renewable energy in these off-grid networks increasing sharply in many regions of the world.  Developers are now focusing on creating flexible business models that enable innovative technologies, such as new energy storage technologies and smart load management, to profitably drive renewables to higher levels of system level penetration.

Featuring principal research analyst Peter Asmus, along with Peter Lilienthal, CEO of HOMER Energy, and Stephen Drouilhet, managing director of Sustainable Power Systems, this webinar presents recently updated Navigant Research capacity and revenue forecasts for the key remote microgrid segments, as well as the findings of a survey of HOMER Energy users related to the emerging business models, technical challenges, and chief benefits of renewable energy-based remote microgrids.  Also including case studies of remote microgrids being deployed around the world, the webinar provides attendees with real-world lessons for establishing and running microgrids independent of the wider utility power grid.

Key Topics:
  • Emerging business models for remote microgrids
  • Remote microgrid technologies
  • Capacity forecasts for remote microgrids
  • Revenue forecasts for remote microgrids
  • Use cases and settings for remote microgrids
  • Remote microgrids’ role within the broader microgrid market
  • Why some utilities are turning to remote microgrids
What does this webinar answer?
  • What are the most recent Navigant Research capacity and revenue forecasts for the key remote microgrid segments?
  • Why are some utilities themselves operating remote microgrids?
  • What are the emerging business models for remote microgrids?
  • What are the challenges and opportunities facing developers of remote microgrids?
  • What are the primary use cases and settings for remote microgrids, and how do they differ?
  • How will demand for remote microgrids expand and evolve in the coming years?
  • What factors influence returns on investment for remote microgrids?
  • How do remote microgrids fit within the broader microgrid market?
Who needs to attend?
  • Microgrid project developers
  • Microgrid component suppliers
  • Renewable energy technology companies
  • Government agencies and policymakers
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Investor community
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Webinar Details

Date:

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Time:

2:00 pm EST

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Speaker Details

Peter Asmus

Principal Research Analyst

Navigant Research

Peter Lilienthal

CEO

HOMER Energy

Stephen Drouilhet

Managing Director

Sustainable Power Systems


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