April 14-17, 2020 Denver Colorado

The only live event in 2021 covering the full energy value chain for the power industry, delivering the best content and more relevant sessions and technology than any other power generation event.

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Group plan for government employees AND/OR employees of companies that generate power, including government run utilities, on-site power generation facilities, power plants, etc. Power systems must have a rated capacity of 100 kW or greater for owners/operators to qualify as electricity generators.
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Feature PowerMag Stories

The post A Look at the Year Ahead and How Microgrids Are Shaping the Power Industry appeared first on POWER Magazine.


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2020 was a transformative year for the power sector, underlining both new challenges and potential opportunities. We not only saw how severe weather event threats, such as the wildfires and public safety power shutoffs in California, continued to illustrate the fragility of our existing centralized electric distribution system, but we simultaneously experienced the struggle of […]

The post A Look at the Year Ahead and How Microgrids Are Shaping the Power Industry appeared first on POWER Magazine.

A Reactive Solution to Renewables’ Growth on the Grid

The post A Reactive Solution to Renewables’ Growth on the Grid appeared first on POWER Magazine.


Electricity transmission network operators are being tasked with adding more renewable energy resources to the power grid. The use of static VAR compensators (SVCs) is growing as a means to control voltage

The post A Reactive Solution to Renewables’ Growth on the Grid appeared first on POWER Magazine.

The post Experience POWER: Event Expands and Evolves with New Name appeared first on POWER Magazine.


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When the World Health Organization published news on Jan. 5, 2020, about cases of “pneumonia of unknown etiology” detected in Wuhan City, China, few people began stocking up on toilet paper or canceled

The post Experience POWER: Event Expands and Evolves with New Name appeared first on POWER Magazine.

The post 12 Big Power Stories You May Have Missed in 2020 appeared first on POWER Magazine.


With COVID-19 filling the news throughout 2020, it’s very likely you missed some of the most important developments that occurred in the power sector this year. Here’s a look at some of the highlights and big stories covered by the POWER staff this year. MOX Nuclear Fuel Loaded In January, Russian engineers announced the loading […]

The post 12 Big Power Stories You May Have Missed in 2020 appeared first on POWER Magazine.

Transforming the Power Industry with DERMS Deployments and Beyond

The post Transforming the Power Industry with DERMS Deployments and Beyond appeared first on POWER Magazine.


The shift from energy consumers to prosumers is fundamentally changing the relationship between utilities and their customers. Behind-the-meter distributed energy resources (DERs) transform the ways households consume, generate, and store power. In the U.S., there are now about 15 million smart thermostats, 2 million solar installations, and 1.5 million electric vehicles (EVs) on the road. And […]

The post Transforming the Power Industry with DERMS Deployments and Beyond appeared first on POWER Magazine.

The post New Generator Technology Cuts Emissions, Embraces Sustainability appeared first on POWER Magazine.


The search for more efficient methods of power generation at a time when climate change is top of mind continues to foster innovation. A U.S. company is among the latest to release a new technology, with development of a self-contained generator that doesn’t run on fossil fuels and works on the premise that once created, […]

The post New Generator Technology Cuts Emissions, Embraces Sustainability appeared first on POWER Magazine.

Partnership’s New Charge—Pair EVs with Utilities, Grid

The post Partnership’s New Charge—Pair EVs with Utilities, Grid appeared first on POWER Magazine.


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Integrating electric vehicles (EVs) with the power grid has become a focus for utilities, particularly in areas with large concentrations of EVs. It also is another way for utilities to expand their business models, as they partner with companies involved with charging stations and residential energy storage applications. EnergyHub, a distributed energy resources (DERs) management […]

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Companies Announce New Residential VPP for California

The post Companies Announce New Residential VPP for California appeared first on POWER Magazine.


A distributed energy power plant, designed to help bring more reliability to California’s power grid, is being developed by a company whose investors include Alphabet, the parent company of Google. The project when fully developed would be the world’s largest residential virtual power plant (VPP). Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners (SIP), a group that builds, owns, operates, […]

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The post Is Vehicle-to-Grid Technology the Key to Accelerating the Clean Energy Revolution? appeared first on POWER Magazine.


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Neil Wright Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology is not new, but it is extremely nascent. To many, it is the natural progression from “smart charging,” whereby electric vehicles (EVs) are only recharged at the best time for the network, to a more holistic grid scheme. But V2G trials are unfolding slowly, as finding the right business model […]

The post Is Vehicle-to-Grid Technology the Key to Accelerating the Clean Energy Revolution? appeared first on POWER Magazine.

The post How Biden’s Presidency Could (Further) Transform the Power Sector appeared first on POWER Magazine.


Joe Biden on Nov. 7 clinched the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency, barring Donald Trump’s prospects for a second-term. Almost immediately, reactions from various parts of the power sector streamed in, highlighting possibilities and pitfalls of Biden’s wide-ranging energy and environment agenda.  Energy, and its implications on the environment, figured prominently as […]

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