HOMER Conference Sponsorships are Available

  • What: Virtual 8th Annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference
  • When: October 12-16, 2020
  • Details: Please visit Microgrid Conference

More participants than ever are expected to attend the HOMER International Microgrid Conference because it is free and virtual. With no travel required, we are expecting record attendance from every corner of the world. 

This is an opportunity to get in front of industry thought leaders and gain the attention of energy decision makers who are searching for your microgrid/DER components, equipment, services, software  and expertise.

At HOMER Energy by UL we know of projects that are now being built that are the result of networking at previous HOMER conferences. Your affiliation with the conference positions you as a leader and helps you build lasting relationships with key decision makers in the microgrid and distributed energy resources market.

What are the benefits of a virtual sponsorship?  

The benefits of sponsorship include — depending on the level:

  • A virtual booth on the conference website for Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors
  • Your logo on our conference website
  • Exposure to our email list of 125,000 subscribers via multiple monthly mailings from now until October
  • Extended viewing of recorded conference sessions

Don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate with people from multiple countries and cultures who all share our passion for renewable energy and its benefits. 

Please visit our conference website to download our Sponsorship Brochure and join the microgrid revolution!

Sneak Peek: Preliminary Agenda

Please stay tuned for the full conference agenda. We are in the process of notifying the many who submitted excellent abstracts and verifying information and will publish the complete agenda soon.

Intro, Kickoff & Market Assessment

  • Peter Lilienthal, Founder, HOMER Energy by UL & Global Microgrid Lead, UL Renewables
  • Michael Brower, Vice President, Renewable Energy, Energy & Power Technology, UL
  • Peter Asmus, Research Director, Microgrids, Guidehouse Insights
    More speakers to be announced

Regulatory Issues & Business Models for Distributed Energy Systems

  • Moderator: Karl R. Rábago, Sr. Policy Advisor, Pace Energy and Climate Center, Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law
  • Tom Stanton, Principal Researcher, Energy & Environment, National Regulatory Research Institute
  • Katie Bell, Energy Markets Manager, Cummins, Inc.
    More speakers to be announced

Microgrids for Emergency Response & Resilience

  • Craig Lewis, Executive Director, Clean Coalition
    More speakers to be announced

Grid Connected Systems for Resilience, Demand Charge Management & EV Charging

  • Michael Bennett, CEO, Solar One Energy
  • Tom Drake, Sr. Sales Manager, MTU/ Rolls Royce
  • Dino Ablakovic, Senior Solutions Architect, Siemens
    More speakers to be announced

Energy for Islanded Communities: Challenges & Solutions

  • Moderator: Justin Locke, Senior Director, Rocky Mountain Institute Empowering Clean Economies Program
  • Piper Foster Wilder, Founder/ CEO, 60Hertz
  • David Gumbs, Former CEO, Anguilla Electricity Company, Ltd (ANGLEC)
  • Dennis Pimentel, President, Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited (BELCO)
    More speakers to be announced

Microgrids for Energy Access: Recent Advances

  • Richenda Van Leeuwen, Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Institute Empowering Clean Economies Program
  • Arthur Abal, Climate Resilience and Renewable Energy Consultant, Cadmus
    More speakers to be announced

Controls: The Key to Sustainable Microgrids

  • Patrick Cousins, CEO and Co-Founder, Ferntech
  • Alaa Selim, Application Energy Engineer, Schneider Electric Egypt
  • Wuthipong Suponthana, Managing Director, Leonics Co.
    More speakers to be announced

Advances in Technology: Batteries & More

  • Brian Ballek, Commercial Analyst, Invinity Energy Systems
  • Peter Hussinger, Energy Storage Engineer, BayWa r.e.
    More speakers to be announced