October 12, 2021 | Diesel Technology Forum
Backup Power Solutions for Ensuring Reliability and Resilience
Join the leaders of advanced electric power solutions for an interactive discussion that will explore the issues and options for ensuring reliable and continuous electrical supply.
LIVE – November 9, 2021 3:00-4:30pm ET
Severe weather events like Hurricane Ida, wildfire response and public safety planned shutoff events in California have all brought a focus to the consequences of lost electric grid power. With increasing reliance on the electric grid and growing attention on climate change, the need for resilient and reliable electric power solutions to protect critical infrastructure and public health is growing.
Join the leaders of advanced electric power solutions for an interactive discussion that will explore the issues and options for ensuring reliable and continuous electrical supply. The session will explore current power solutions and key issues including fuel types, emergency and backup power systems, microgrids, opportunities for improving efficiency and reducing emissions from existing units as well as future fuel and technology solutions.
There is no cost to attend the event but space is limited so register now!
Who should attend: State, local and federal policymakers and regulators interested in grid reliability and reliance on electric power; consulting and specifying engineers and architects, city sustainability officers, procurement and construction firms; state and local resiliency and emergency preparedness officials; NGOs active on power generation; and trade and popular media covering this sector.
- Peterson Power Systems Caterpillar: Greg Lamberg, Utility Business Development Manager
- Cummins: Alex Savelli, Executive Director - Power Generation Markets
- Johnson Matthey: Stan Mack, Regional Account Lead - America's
- Rolls-Royce Solutions America: Brian Ponstein, Sr. Application Engineer
- Volvo Penta: Darren Tasker, VP of Industrial Sales