The event will be live streamed on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website.
As our transition to a lower-carbon electricity future progresses, today’s electric grid is increasingly being asked to integrate new energy users with a growing diversity of generation resources – both large and small, centralized and widespread. This evolution requires a new way of thinking with respect to the technologies and design parameters of the wires and associated infrastructure that are so very essential to supporting our economy and our way of life. This virtual forum will highlight the people, companies, and technologies that will support the modernization of the electricity grid while hardening the grid from emerging threats, both natural and manmade, and enhancing the high levels of reliability taken for granted today.
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