Michael Walton Serving as Panelist at First Pennsylvania Resiliency Through Microgrid Summit
We are excited to be a part of the first Pennsylvania Resiliency through Microgrid Summit, hosted by Eaton and the Energy Innovation Center Pittsburgh. Burns’ Director of Advanced Power Systems, Michael Walton, PE, DGCP, will participate in a panel on “Finance & Development – What Funding and Ownership Structures Enable Microgrids”.
Pennsylvania is uniquely positioned to be a national leader in microgrid innovation. The state is equipped with an abundance of natural gas resources, renewable energy options, and innovative distribution and storage technologies, and is home to universities, utilities and manufacturers focused on driving microgrid technology and innovation.
This summit on September 19th provides a forum for Pennsylvania leaders to learn about and discuss plans to provide resilient power to its communities.
Come learn how organizations are financing their microgrid strategies, and how Pennsylvania is positioned as a preeminent leader in microgrids.