Resilience, as it pertains to energy, is defined as the ability to have a contingent electrical supply and maintain reliable power in the event of a power failure. This is not a new concept; however, there are two converging factors that make resilience the single most important component in today’s energy strategies: Critical data & electrical operations and mass grid-level solar and wind penetration.
The balance between these two interconnected factors is reaching a point of criticality as grid operators strive to create a sustainable and reliable grid and customers seek to have resilient operations fully or partially insulated from the potential for power intermittency.
While there isn’t a lot of debate on the need for energy resilience, there are a lot of questions around what to implement and how to pay for it.
Join CPower’s NY Sr. Manager of Engineering, Arusyak Ghukasyan ;Sr. Account Executive Michael Mindell, and Emily Willson, Director, Energy & Sustainability, CBRE, as they help provide insight into these resilience topics:
All attendees will receive a full 2020 State of Demand Side Energy Management eBook, which dives into all markets and topics for each energy market for the coming year.