Education Series!
Implications of Grid Transformation to Renewable Energy

Campbell Education Series 2021:

Implications of Grid Transformation
to Renewable Energy

October 27, 2021, 11:30am – 12:30pm

Webinar Focus:

This will be an informative session discussing how and why renewable energy must be our path forward. Transforming the grid to renewable energy sounds like a daunting task but can – and has been done. We will learn not only why but also how they created and implemented their plan to convert the electric utility to renewable resources. The implications of the City’s more recent Net Zero Roadmap will be discussed as well.

We will also review trends across the U.S., the federal plans for deep DE carbonization and the investment needed. What are the country’s goals for 2030 or 2050? How can we facilitate best practices to create a more resilient grid? Our speaker will discuss the various facets of renewable distributed energy generation, storage, micro-grid technology and behind the meter solutions. You will see the erroneous saving’s calculation in third party PPAs.

Installing renewable energy is much more than just trying to save money. It’s image.  It’s taxes. It’s a future hedge against rising energy prices. It is carbon offset. There will be ample time for Q&A and open discussion.

Speaker: Mike Spacek – Wilkes & Company Engineered Process Systems, Director of Energy Services Effective Utility Services

Mike Spacek, provide electrical design, energy efficiency and utility rate integration consulting. Major customers include PCC Airfoils, Sherwin Williams, Windsor Mold Group, Brecksville Broadview Schools, City of Huron, CertainTeed, Wilbert Plastic Services. Conceived, managed and implemented projects in Windsor, Canada, Fort Erie Canada, Queretaro, Mexico, Juarez, Mexico and 20-states.

Projects include high voltage substation and distribution electrical system design and implementation, mechanical systems design-build, natural gas, electric and water utility acquisition consulting and rate optimization and implementation. Founded Effective Utility Services to design.

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There is no fee for this session.

For more information call Alex Williams (234) 212-1449 or email Alex Here.