Peter Lilienthal, Ph.D., founder of Boulder, Colorado, based HOMER Energy by UL and now UL’s global microgrid lead, has been selected as a member of the City of Boulder – Xcel Energy Partnership’s 18-member community advisory pane
When the Carribean Transitional Energy Conference (CTEC) takes place in the Cayman Islands next month, attendees will enjoy a star-studded lineup of key speakers, including HOMER CEO Dr. Peter Lilienthal. Topping the list is keynote speaker Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the famed Jacques-Yves Cousteau, who is a leading aquanaut in his own right, an ocean conservationist, and a documentary filmmaker. Sir Richard Branson, English business mogul, investor, and philanthropist, will present via Skype.
After 3 successful microgrid conferences in Mexico, Spain, and Australia, HOMER Energy hosted its fourth annual international microgrid conference at Columbia University in New York November 7-8. TheHOMER […]
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