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Software for Distributed Renewable Energies: Optimizing Performance and Efficiency
Thursday, February 3, 2011, 8:30am PT, 11:30am ET, 5:30pm GMT + 1
With an eye on software, we measure the costs and benefits of existing applications for optimizing renewables, consider the process of integrating software into existing systems vs. new systems, and spotlight the innovations, both from a business and technological standpoint, that propel this growing market forward. We will consider the differing demands that exist for solar PV, solar hot water, and wind energy for commercial, industrial, and residential installations. Please join us online as we discuss the tangible gains and applications of software systems for renewable energy projects.
What strategies exist to improve the overall efficiency and performance of renewable energy projects?
What are the capabilities and needs for software dedicated to management of mid to large size renewable energy projects? How do these capabilities differ from software for optimizing residential installations?
What are the advantages of web-based platforms?
How do you utilize performance data to implement improvement scenarios and solutions for renewable installations? What key metrics are analyzed and manipulated to optimize efficiency?
Aside from software solutions, what other technologies exist for optimizing efficiency in renewables (solar concentrators, etc.)? What strategies exist for saving energy in the residential solar conversion process (from direct to alternating current)?
Locus Energy,Adrian de Luca,VP Sales and Marketing
Homer Energy, Dr. Peter Lilienthal, President & CEO
Fat Spaniel Technologies (a Power-One brand), Tom Tansy, VP Business Development