2021 Call for Participation

The 23rd Annual Experience POWER conference covers the full energy value chain from both business and technical perspectives, providing the power community with leading experts, insight on current news, regulations, and changes impacting power generation, and a place for peers to have open conversations that will drive the industry forward.

The Experience POWER audience is most interested in seeing case studies that can show the industry ways they can move forward with their own projects. By sharing peer-to-peer lessons learned, challenges and solutions explored the audience gets a well-rounded education and experience at the event.

If you have case studies, lessons learned, or first-hand insights in the following areas we would like to hear more:

Enabling Technologies

  • Battery Storage
  • Microgrids
  • E-mobility
  • IIOT
  • Electric Vehicles

Business Management

  • Workforce
  • Economics
  • Environmental Regulations

System Design

  • Distributed Resources
  • Grid Reinforcement
  • Market Design
  • Accommodating Uncertainty

Operations & Maintenance

  • Reliability
  • Efficiency
  • Flexibility
  • Safety

Submission Deadline: March 31, 2021

Things to keep in mind:

  • The Experience POWER Conference consists primarily of panel sessions or short presentations. Typically 3-4 speakers/panelists will participate in a 1.5 hour long session designed to be interactive and lively with time allotted for questions and answers.
  • The Experience POWER Conference content is presented in focused forums to best serve the markets within the power generation community.
  • Presentations should be focused on the following areas: technologies and solutions, end-user case studies, best practices, or strategic planning.
  • Absolutely no sales pitches or commercial presentations will be considered.
  • Please keep abstracts to a maximum of 300 words.

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The conference program is developed by an industry-based committee of executives, managers, and engineers from across the power sector. All abstracts are reviewed for content and relevance by the committee and are selected by consensus. All offers considered sales pitches will be rejected.

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