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Grid Edge Innovation Series

December 2 - December 16

9:30am - 11:30am PT

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Virtual Event Series - What the Global Push for Electrification Means for the Grid Edge

We're excited to launch a new concept for the Grid Edge industry for this year only – Wood Mackenzie Grid Edge Innovation Series.

At a time when electrification and decarbonization are a top priority not only for grid operators and energy regulators but the highest offices across global, national governments, DERs, technologies and tools at the grid edge hold an enormous potential to contribute to emission reduction and energy efficiency goals by better integrating distributed generation and EVs, enabling grid flexibility.

What's different?

Join us virtually for short and topical sessions throughout December, and hear from Wood Mackenzie experts and the leading distribution utilities, software technology developers, PUCs, and distributed generation players in North America, covering the latest market insights on grid digitalization, DER aggregation technologies and transportation and building heating electrification. 

Ticket options include access to the entire virtual series, or for those looking at more targeted content, you will have the opportunity to book individual sessions best suited to your interests and strategies.

What are my options?

  • Full Virtual Series – Purchase the full package and access all 3 sessions virtually.
  • Individual Virtual Session – Select which session best suits your content needs, allowing flexibility on time, budget and topic.
  • 45+

    Speakers

  • 400+

    Virtual attendees in 2020

  • 20

    Countries in attendance

  • 50%+

    Director level and above

Agenda Themes

The Role of Utilities in a Decentralized Grid: Long-Term Procurement for Decarbonization and Reliability

Sustainable Electrification: Scaling the Grid Without Breaking It

The Next Level of Grid Analytics: Tacking the Unprecedented Risks Faced by Distribution Networks with Next-Generation Grid Sensors, Analytics and AI

The Future of EV Charging: Evaluating the SPAC Boom in the EV Charging Infrastructure Space, Latest Business Models, Key Flexibility Applications of V2X Tech and Major Grid Integration Challenges

DER Aggregation and Orchestration: Maximizing the Value, Revenue Streams and grid Capabilities of Distributed Generation Through Storage-Based VPPs

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Agenda

10:00 AM

PT

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

WoodMac Research Spotlight: Long-term Procurement for Decarbonization and Reliability

Chris Seiple

Vice Chairman

Wood Mackenzie

10:30 AM

PT

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

IBM POV: AMI 2.0 on Hybrid Cloud

Ben Hertz-Shargel

Global Head of Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

Joerg Klose, PhD

Associate Partner, Energy & Utilities

IBM

11:00 AM

PT

11:00 AM - 11:40 AM

Panel Discussion: FERC 2222: Will It Drive DER Scale Through 2030?

Digaunto Chatterjee

Vice President, System Planning

Eversource

Suzanna Mora-Schrader

Director, Strategic Iniatives

Exelon

John Romano

Senior Manager, Utility of the Future

ConEdison

Jeff Dennis

Managing Director and General Counsel

Advanced Energy Economy

2:30 PM

PT

2:30 PM - 3:00 PM

WoodMac Research Keynote: Defining America's DER Footprint - Scoping the Size, Dynamics and FERC 2222 Opportunities for the US DER Ecosystem

Ben Hertz-Shargel

Global Head of Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

3:00 PM

PT

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Panel: From Retail EV Charging to Office Buildings

Thomas Folker

Co-Founder & CEO

Leap

Michael Robinson

Director of Strategic Market Business Development

Powerflex

Ben Hertz-Shargel

Global Head of Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

3:30 PM

PT

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM

Panel: Tackling the Unprecedented Risks Faced by Distribution Networks with Next-Generation Grid Sensors, Analytics and AI

Joe Sullivan

Head of Sales, North America

PXiSE Energy Solutions

Jeff Phillips

Director of Sales

Sentient Energy

Francesco Menonna

Senior Consultant, ETP

Wood Mackenzie

10:00 AM

PT

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

WoodMac Research Spotlight: The Emerging Charging Ecosystem

Kelly McCoy

Analyst, Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

10:30 AM

PT

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Fireside Chat with Hawaiian Electric

Aki Marceau

Director - Electrification of Transportation

Hawaiian Electric

Ben Hertz-Shargel

Global Head of Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

11:00 AM

PT

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Panel: The Future of EV Charging

John Markowitz

Director, eMobility & Technology Services

New York Power Authority

Stina Brock

Vice President of Business Development

Proterra

Adam Langton

Connected eMobility, Energy Services

BMW North America

Kelly McCoy

Analyst, Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

11:30 AM

PT

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Closing Interview with Ford: The Convergence of Transportation and Energy

Matt Stover

Director of Charging, Energy Services & Business Development

Ford

Ram Chandrasekaran

Principal Analyst – Transportation & Mobility

Wood Mackenzie

10:00 AM

PT

10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

The Energy Gang: Live Podcast

Ed Crooks

Vice-Chair, Americas

Wood Mackenzie

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What the Global Push for Electrification Means for the Grid Edge

At a time when electrification and decarbonization are a top priority not only for grid operators and energy regulators but the highest offices across global national governments, DERs, technologies and tools at the grid edge hold an enormous potential to contribute to emission reduction and energy efficiency goals by better integrating distributed generation and EVs, enabling grid flexibility.

Chris Seiple

Vice Chairman

Wood Mackenzie

Chris is the Vice Chairman of Wood Mackenzie’s Energy Transition and Power & Renewables team. Chris brings to this role more than 25 years of global power industry experience. In the early part of his career, Chris was a consultant working on electric deregulation policy and strategy development for power companies, most of that time spent at Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), now part of IHS. He later joined GE Energy Financial Service where as the SVP of Investment Strategy he helped underwrite debt and equity investments in power assets, and then moved into a role managing a 2,000 MW portfolio of gas and coal assets owned by GE EFS, as well as overseeing the development and startup of Linden VFT, one of the first merchant transmission projects in the country. Most recently, Chris led Genscape’s power analytics, software, and monitoring businesses and came to Wood Mackenzie through its acquisition of Genscape. Chris is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Muhlenberg College, with degrees in Russian Studies and Political Science. He also has a M.S. in Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania and the Institut Francais du Petrole (IFP).

Ben Hertz-Shargel

Global Head of Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

Ben Hertz-Shargel is Global Head of Grid Edge at Wood Mackenzie, where he leads research across electrification, grid digitalization and decentralization, distributed energy resources, and demand flexibility. He came to Wood Mackenzie from Rhythm, a retail clean energy provider, where he was Head of Data Science and Demand Management. Prior to that Ben was Vice President, Advanced Grid Services and Analytics at EnergyHub, where he was responsible for analytics within the company’s distributed energy resource management system (DERMS) and energy market operations. Ben came to EnergyHub from ThinkEco, where he was Vice President, Technology, and prior to that was a member of the Quantitative Strategies group at Credit Suisse. Ben is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council Global Energy Center and serves on the external Advisory Committee of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s Energy and Environment Program. He is also a contributor to Axios and Utility Dive. Ben holds a B.A. in Computer Science from Northwestern, an M.S. in Mathematics from the Courant Institute at New York University, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from UCLA.

Kelly McCoy

Analyst, Grid Edge

Wood Mackenzie

Kelly is an analyst with Wood Mackenzie's Grid Edge team, focused on electric vehicle infrastructure. Prior to Wood Mackenzie, Kelly was an analyst exploring blockchain applications in the clean energy sector, as well as an analyst at the Natural Resources Defense Council, where she modeled the cost of clean energy generation on a state-by-state basis and tracked utility deployment of wind and solar. During graduate school, Kelly completed an internship in the California Air Resources Board's freight transport practice, researching opportunities for emissions reductions at ports and freight facilities. She holds a Master of Science from Standford University's Atmosphere/Energy program and a Bachelor of Science in environmental engineering from UC Riverside.

Ram Chandrasekaran

Principal Analyst – Transportation & Mobility

Wood Mackenzie

As the head of road transport, Ram is the global lead for Transportation & Mobility at Wood Mackenzie, based in the company’s Houston office. He studies the evolution of global transportation to assess the impact of various commodities on the automotive industry as it trends toward de-carbonization. Ram curates the electric vehicle (EV) subscription service, a collection of reports that delivers thought leadership, analysis, and updates about EV ownership, global policy, and consumer preferences. The service provides a long-term outlook, examining the next 30 years and how EV ownership will affect global oil consumption and related industries. It explores the winners and losers of the upcoming EV revolution, as world governments push toward carbon neutrality. Ram’s 15 years of experience in the automotive industry have given him a wealth of knowledge in EV manufacturing, operations, and costs, as well as the impact of EVs on complying with government-mandated fleet fuel economy regulations. Prior to joining Wood Mackenzie, he spent six years at Ford Motor Co., specializing in hybrid and electric vehicles. Ram holds a master’s degree in engineering management from Wayne State University, an MS in automotive systems from the University of Michigan – Dearborn, and a BS in mechanical engineering from Anna University.

Ed Crooks

Vice-Chair, Americas

Wood Mackenzie

Ed Crooks joined Wood Mackenzie in 2019 as Vice-Chair, Americas. Based in New York, he covers the full range of commodities, technologies and sectors, with a particular focus on climate policy, economics and the energy transition. He writes Wood Mackenzie's popular Energy Pulse newsletter, analysing the latest developments in the world of energy. Before Wood Mackenzie, he was an award-winning energy editor for the Financial Times, first in London and then in New York. He joined the FT in 1999 as economics editor. He previously worked as an economics correspondent for BBC News, a reporter for Investor’s Chronicle magazine, and an economic researcher at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. He also served on the UK government’s Sustainable Development Commission. Ed has a degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics from Oxford University.

Erik Svanholm

Vice President of Non-Wires Alternatives

S&C

Erik Svanholm is Vice President of Non-Wires Alternatives at S&C Electric Company and President of its microgrid controls subsidiary, IPERC. Prior to starting his formal role at S&C in 2019, Erik spent six years in COO and CEO roles at IPERC, including leading its integration into S&C after S&C acquired the company in 2016. Erik has 20 years of management and finance experience with several companies involved in energy, technology, and real estate. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS in Architectural Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Erik works and lives in Denver, Colorado.

Joe Sullivan

Head of Sales, North America

PXiSE Energy Solutions

Joe Sullivan leads North American sales at PXiSE (pronounced like spice without the ‘s’) Energy Solutions, a growing company that builds technology to manage an increasingly complex, renewable and distributed energy grid. In this role, Joe focuses on creating significant growth by taking PXiSE solutions to a broader market of utilities in the U.S. and Canada. He has over a decade of experience in the energy industry, including renewables, utilities, energy markets, AI and weather.

John Markowitz

Director, eMobility & Technology Services

New York Power Authority

Keven Brough

Product Planning & Strategy

Google

Jeff Dennis

Managing Director and General Counsel

Advanced Energy Economy

Adam Langton

Connected eMobility, Energy Services

BMW North America

Aki Marceau

Director - Electrification of Transportation

Hawaiian Electric

Joerg Klose, PhD

Associate Partner, Energy & Utilities

IBM

Joerg has over 29 years of experience in the Energy and Utilities industry. He is specialized on Enterprise transformation projects with focus on Smart Metering, Smart Grid, IT/OT integration, Asset Management, Customer Operation and large-scale Industry Platforms.   Joerg started his career 1986 as a Research Associate and Project Leader in Communications Engineering before he joint the Energy Industry 1992 in Operations & Maintenance at Ruhrgas (today: E.ON), where he led different ICT projects. Between 1998 and 2007 he worked for a global IT Services and Consulting company. He established a global competence center for SAP for Utilities and led different transformation projects. Afterwards he joined a leading Energy and Water Services company as the CIO where he led the ICT and the Enterprise Transformation program. For Vattenfall he led the first Smart Metering program in 2010 before he joint IBM in 2011.   Joerg is the leader for Customer & Network Transformation at the IBM Global Center of Competence for Energy, Environment and Utilities. As a Project Leader, Solution Architect and Trusted Advisor he has worked for different Utilities in Germany, Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Asia Pacific.   Joerg has a MSc degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Communications Engineering.

Suzanna Mora-Schrader

Director, Strategic Iniatives

Exelon

As Director of Utility Initiatives, Susan provides strategic policy coordination, analysis and project management to Exelon six utilities, ComEd, PECO, BGE, ACE, Delmarva and Pepco. Susan also supports Exelon with external stakeholders, policymakers, trade associations and outreach campaigns. Issues of particular focus include electric vehicle infrastructure, renewable and microgrid integration, storage, security and resilience, and rate design. Prior to joining Exelon, Susan served 8 years as Federal Affairs Director for Pepco Holdings. In this role, she was the companys primary interface with the U.S. Congress, White House, federal agencies and national industry associations on a variety of issues impacting PHI utilities, shareholders, employees and customers. As a member of the PHI policy team, Susan also played a considerable role in assisting utility leadership assure policy consistency across the companys four jurisdictions. Issues of particular emphasis in her portfolio at PHI included cyber and physical security, event response and recovery, grid resilience, and smart grid functionality. Susan came to the energy sector after several years as a strategic public affairs consultant focused on outreach to Congress on a wide range of issues in the technology and business arenas. Her clients included free trade advocates, microchip makers and biotech interests. Susan also spent over a dozen years lobbying across the country at the state and local levels for a variety of businesses and trade associations. Susan holds an MBA and a Bachelors in economics both from the University of Maryland.

Stina Brock

Vice President of Business Development

Proterra

Digaunto Chatterjee

Vice President, System Planning

Eversource

Digaunto Chatterjee is Vice President, System Planning at Eversource. In his role, he is responsible for Transmission and Distribution Planning across Eversource's three state footprint in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. In gray sky mode, he is also in charge of the Storm Restoration Data Team. Previously, Mr. Chatterjee served as Vice President, Investment Strategy at GE Capital, where he led fundamental Energy and Capacity market analyses as well as evaluating Transmission risks to inform investment decisions of over 2 GW of renewables throughout US. Mr. Chatterjee began his professional career over two decades ago at GE Energy Consulting performing Engineering studies for utilities within and outside US. Mr. Chatterjee subsequently worked for MISO where he led Reliability and Economic Transmission Planning as well as Resource Adequacy. At MISO, Mr. Chatterjee successfully led implementation of FERC Orders 890, 1000 as well as technical studies in support of Zonal Capacity Market construct. Mr. Chatterjee also led reliability jusitification of and provided expert testimony for MISO's Multi Value Projects planned and constructed to enable about 21 GW of onshore wind across the Midwest. Mr. Chatterjee earned his Bachelors in Power Electronics Engineering from Nagpur University, India. He earned his Master's in Electric Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from University of Chicago-Booth School of Business. He is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Jeff Phillips

Director of Sales

Sentient Energy

Matt Stover

Director of Charging, Energy Services & Business Development

Ford

John Romano

Senior Manager, Utility of the Future

ConEdison

John is a Section Manager of Con Edison’s Utility of the Future team, where he leads cross-functional efforts to integrate DERs into the utility system while advancing the company’s goals for electrification, reliability, innovation, and decarbonization. John’s primary areas of focus are FERC Order 2222 implementation, Smart Inverter integration, Rate Design, forecasting, data analytics, and control center modernization. John currently represents Con Edison in the Joint Utilities of New York which collaboratively work on DER integration and implementation of New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) . John is leading Con Edison’s adoption of the IEEE 1547-2018 Smart Inverter Standard, the implementation of FERC Order 2222 in NYISO wholesale markets, and development of a Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS). John has 14 years of utility experience in areas of electric distribution construction, project management, distribution control centers, and business development. He has extensive experience in construction and operations of various electric distribution systems including Distribution Automation design, overhead primary mesh, and underground meshed networks. John managed the day-to-day operations of the Manhattan Electric Control Center overseeing the dense network distribution systems that serve New York City. John holds a double major in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from Rutgers University and an MBA in Finance from New York University.

Francesco Menonna

Senior Consultant, ETP

Wood Mackenzie

Francesco Menonna is part of Wood Mackenzie’s Grid Edge team, where he’s responsible for covering distribution grid modernization and advanced metering infrastructure. Before joining Wood Mackenzie, Francesco was a senior power and renewables analyst at Fitch Solutions, a market research provider, where he delivered qualitative and quantitative research on industry, policy and technology trends in electricity markets in the Americas and Europe. Prior to that role, he served as a research intern for the International Energy Forum in Washington, D.C. and as an intern consultant for Acumen Public Affairs in Brussels. Francesco holds a master’s degree from the Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C., where he concentrated on energy, resources and the environment, and conflict management. He earned an undergraduate degree in politics and communications from LUISS Guido Carli in Rome, Italy.

Thomas Folker

Co-Founder & CEO

Leap

Michael Robinson

Director of Strategic Market Business Development

Powerflex

Digaunto Chatterjee

Vice President, System Planning

Eversource

Digaunto Chatterjee is Vice President, System Planning at Eversource. In his role, he is responsible for Transmission and Distribution Planning across Eversource's three state footprint in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Connecticut. In gray sky mode, he is also in charge of the Storm Restoration Data Team. Previously, Mr. Chatterjee served as Vice President, Investment Strategy at GE Capital, where he led fundamental Energy and Capacity market analyses as well as evaluating Transmission risks to inform investment decisions of over 2 GW of renewables throughout US. Mr. Chatterjee began his professional career over two decades ago at GE Energy Consulting performing Engineering studies for utilities within and outside US. Mr. Chatterjee subsequently worked for MISO where he led Reliability and Economic Transmission Planning as well as Resource Adequacy. At MISO, Mr. Chatterjee successfully led implementation of FERC Orders 890, 1000 as well as technical studies in support of Zonal Capacity Market construct. Mr. Chatterjee also led reliability jusitification of and provided expert testimony for MISO's Multi Value Projects planned and constructed to enable about 21 GW of onshore wind across the Midwest. Mr. Chatterjee earned his Bachelors in Power Electronics Engineering from Nagpur University, India. He earned his Master's in Electric Power Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from University of Chicago-Booth School of Business. He is a member of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Aki Marceau

Director - Electrification of Transportation

Hawaiian Electric

Keven Brough

Product Planning & Strategy

Google

John Romano

Senior Manager, Utility of the Future

ConEdison

John is a Section Manager of Con Edison’s Utility of the Future team, where he leads cross-functional efforts to integrate DERs into the utility system while advancing the company’s goals for electrification, reliability, innovation, and decarbonization. John’s primary areas of focus are FERC Order 2222 implementation, Smart Inverter integration, Rate Design, forecasting, data analytics, and control center modernization. John currently represents Con Edison in the Joint Utilities of New York which collaboratively work on DER integration and implementation of New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) . John is leading Con Edison’s adoption of the IEEE 1547-2018 Smart Inverter Standard, the implementation of FERC Order 2222 in NYISO wholesale markets, and development of a Distributed Energy Resource Management Systems (DERMS). John has 14 years of utility experience in areas of electric distribution construction, project management, distribution control centers, and business development. He has extensive experience in construction and operations of various electric distribution systems including Distribution Automation design, overhead primary mesh, and underground meshed networks. John managed the day-to-day operations of the Manhattan Electric Control Center overseeing the dense network distribution systems that serve New York City. John holds a double major in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from Rutgers University and an MBA in Finance from New York University.

John Markowitz

Director, eMobility & Technology Services

New York Power Authority

Suzanna Mora-Schrader

Director, Strategic Iniatives

Exelon

As Director of Utility Initiatives, Susan provides strategic policy coordination, analysis and project management to Exelon six utilities, ComEd, PECO, BGE, ACE, Delmarva and Pepco. Susan also supports Exelon with external stakeholders, policymakers, trade associations and outreach campaigns. Issues of particular focus include electric vehicle infrastructure, renewable and microgrid integration, storage, security and resilience, and rate design. Prior to joining Exelon, Susan served 8 years as Federal Affairs Director for Pepco Holdings. In this role, she was the companys primary interface with the U.S. Congress, White House, federal agencies and national industry associations on a variety of issues impacting PHI utilities, shareholders, employees and customers. As a member of the PHI policy team, Susan also played a considerable role in assisting utility leadership assure policy consistency across the companys four jurisdictions. Issues of particular emphasis in her portfolio at PHI included cyber and physical security, event response and recovery, grid resilience, and smart grid functionality. Susan came to the energy sector after several years as a strategic public affairs consultant focused on outreach to Congress on a wide range of issues in the technology and business arenas. Her clients included free trade advocates, microchip makers and biotech interests. Susan also spent over a dozen years lobbying across the country at the state and local levels for a variety of businesses and trade associations. Susan holds an MBA and a Bachelors in economics both from the University of Maryland.

Joerg Klose, PhD

Associate Partner, Energy & Utilities

IBM

Joerg has over 29 years of experience in the Energy and Utilities industry. He is specialized on Enterprise transformation projects with focus on Smart Metering, Smart Grid, IT/OT integration, Asset Management, Customer Operation and large-scale Industry Platforms.   Joerg started his career 1986 as a Research Associate and Project Leader in Communications Engineering before he joint the Energy Industry 1992 in Operations & Maintenance at Ruhrgas (today: E.ON), where he led different ICT projects. Between 1998 and 2007 he worked for a global IT Services and Consulting company. He established a global competence center for SAP for Utilities and led different transformation projects. Afterwards he joined a leading Energy and Water Services company as the CIO where he led the ICT and the Enterprise Transformation program. For Vattenfall he led the first Smart Metering program in 2010 before he joint IBM in 2011.   Joerg is the leader for Customer & Network Transformation at the IBM Global Center of Competence for Energy, Environment and Utilities. As a Project Leader, Solution Architect and Trusted Advisor he has worked for different Utilities in Germany, Europe, North America, the Middle East, Asia and Asia Pacific.   Joerg has a MSc degree in Electrical Engineering and a PhD in Communications Engineering.

Stina Brock

Vice President of Business Development

Proterra

Matt Stover

Director of Charging, Energy Services & Business Development

Ford

IBM

S&C Electric

S&C Electric company is a global provider of equipment, services, and solutions for electrical power systems. The Chicago-based company provides engineering and design for complex microgrid systems in addition to designing and manufacturing utility switching and protection products. S&C is dedicated to helping keep the lights on worldwide.

https://www.sandc.com/

Sentient Energy

PXiSE Energy Solutions

PXiSE (pronounced “pice”) is a leading grid controls technology company with over 1.2GW of cumulative capacity contracted across three continents. The PXiSE team has over 100 years of power system, software, and controls experience that we draw on to support our customers. PXiSE’s grid controls platform supports the transition from a centralized grid with one-way power flow to a more dynamic, high-speed grid. PXiSE utilizes autonomous controls that orchestrate smart grid technology to achieve the harmony of resilience, safety, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

http://pxise.com/