Reinventing Cities: Transportation, Energy, and Infrastructure
Large urban environments and municipalities of all sizes across the country are employing new and innovative strategies as they look to the future of transportation, energy, and infrastructure.
In 2016, New York City set a target of 100 MWh’s of energy storage by 2020, and Minster, Ohio deployed an award winning storage+solar project with their municipal utility. Sterling, Massachusetts deployed storage to help with greater resiliency and create economic savings, and cities around the globe are expanding the use of electric vehicles and alternative transportation strategies.
This panel will bring together leaders from utilities, transportation authorities, and the federal government’s facility management and procurement arm to discuss how energy storage is being integrated in urban and municipal planning strategies.
This panel discussion is a continuation of the ongoing Advanced Energy Group dialogue that is taking place in cities across the country.