GTM Webinar: A Redesigned Approach to Solar Deployment for Faster Integration and Increased Reliability (12/13 @ 2pmEST)

  • 13 Dec 2016
Event Description

An energy system is, in some ways, like a neighborhood: even indirect actions can have immediate effects. The impending influx of solar energy resources requires adaptation from neighboring resources to augment the positive effects of its incorporation into the energy system.

Understanding your neighbors smooths integration and improves the stability and reliability of the local energy system. Join Greentech Media in this webinar to leverage proven design strategies and technologies to future-proof solar installations and optimize benefits to all neighbors.

In this session, GTM will address:

- Key risks and opportunities associated with integrating solar into the distributed grid
- How to leverage distributed energy resource management systems (DERMS), advanced integration solutions and smart inverter technologies
- Design strategies for improving adoption within your energy neighborhood


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