We’ve all heard the arguments in favor of fossil fuel use in microgrids. But what was true a decade ago, or even five years ago, no longer applies. Price points have changed making renewable energy cost competitive in many places. At the same time, microgrids are smarter than ever, thanks to advances in automation, digital platforms and controllers. All of this opens opportunities for microgrid output that is cleaner, cheaper and even more reliable. But these benefits don’t necessarily come easily. There are technical challenges.
How can you ensure your microgrid not only overcomes them but captures the latest advancements? Join us for a webinar featuring Nathan Adams, Director, Technology and Business Development at Hitachi Hitachi Energy, to learn how to make your operation part of a movement to ‘power for good’ with microgrids.
Nathan Adams is the Director of Technology and Business Development for Hitachi Energy's Edge Solutions group which focuses on energy storage and generation control systems for island power systems. In this role, Nathan leads a team focused on applying Hitachi Hitachi Energy’s microgrid technology to help island power systems maintain stability of operations while integrating large amounts of renewable energy.
Prior to joining Hitachi Energy, Nathan was Vice President of Strategy and Development for Green Mountain Power where he developed solar and microgrids projects for the utility. Before Green Mountain Power, Nathan lead the corporate development group at Puget Sound Energy where he developed a number of wind, solar, natural gas and energy storage projects. Nathan holds a BA from the University of Vermont and an MBA from the University of Michigan.