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Webinar #2: Lessons from REV Demos in New York’s Energy System

January 17, 2018 at 2:00 PM Eastern

 

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New York State embarked on Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) with the aim of building a clean, more resilient, and affordable energy system.

REV is driving New York’s six investor-owned electric utilities to work with energy innovators to lower costs, test advanced technologies, and design new replicable business models through REV Demonstration (REV Demo) projects. New York’s utilities are looking for new REV Demo projects and continuously leveraging lessons learned from existing efforts.

Join this webinar for a lively and engaging panel as New York’s electric utilities share successes, challenges, and good practices from REV Demo projects underway, as well as each utility’s priorities for 2018. The discussion will be facilitated by a moderator followed by Q&A.

Panelists and Bios:

  • Marco Padula, Deputy Director of Market Structure, New York State Department of Public Service
  • Laura Butler, Director of Digital Customer Experience, Central Hudson Gas & Electric
  • Margarett Jolly, Director of Demonstration Projects – Customer Energy Solutions, Consolidated Edison Company of New York
  • Fouad Dagher, Director of Solution Development, National Grid USA
  • Drury Mackenzie, Manager of Smart Grid Innovation Programs, NYSEG and RG&E

Who should attend?

  • Distributed energy and smart grid solution companies that have ideas for innovative business models and partnerships
  • New York utilities that are looking to share and apply lessons learned from REV Demo projects
  • Energy professionals interested in innovation opportunities within New York’s energy market and REV

REV Connect works to bring companies and New York’s electric utilities together to accelerate innovation, adopt new business models and technologies, and advance REV goals. REV Connect is an initiative of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), with facilitation partners Navigant Consulting, Modern Grid Partners, and NY-BEST. We invite you to visit nyrevconnect.com for more information.

Webinar #1: Welcome to REV Connect: Accelerating Innovative Energy Partnerships in New York State

Held on August 30, 2017 at 2:00 PM Eastern

 

 

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New York State embarked on Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) with the aim of building a clean, more resilient, and affordable energy system. REV Connect is helping make this vision a reality by bringing companies and New York’s electric utilities together to accelerate innovation, adopt new business models and technologies, and advance REV goals.

  • For technology companies and solution providers, REV Connect can help you browse the utility marketplace in one place, access deep REV expertise, receive coaching on your ideas so you can put your best foot forward, and take advantage of a new utility outreach channel.
  • For utilities, REV Connect can help you broadcast your REV filings and projects in one place, expand your prospects, discover new business models, gain market intelligence efficiently, accelerate your procurement process, and benefit from independent screening.

This webinar will explore what REV Connect has to offer and how you can get engaged. Join us as Janet Joseph, Vice President of Innovation and Strategy for NYSERDA, kicks off this exciting program. She will be joined by NYSERDA’s partners, Navigant, Modern Grid Partners, and NY-BEST, to introduce what REV Connect is all about and answer your questions live. We invite you to visit nyrevconnect.com for more information.

Key Topics

  • Introduction to REV Connect
  • Innovation Opportunities
  • Process and Criteria
  • Interactive Portal Demonstration

What does this webinar answer?

  • What is REV Connect?
  • What can REV Connect do for me?
  • How do I submit my idea to REV Connect?
  • How does REV Connect support my idea after submission?
  • What resources does REV Connect provide?

Who should attend?

  • Distributed energy and smart grid solution companies that have ideas for innovative business models and partnerships
  • New York utilities that are looking to engage with the market
  • Energy professionals interested in innovation opportunities within New York’s energy market and REV