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Energy Storage North America 2015 Releases Full Conference Program

Energy Storage North America 2015 Releases Full Conference Program

Event Features More Than 40 Sessions With 150+ Expert Speakers And A Sold-Out Expo Floor

Energy Storage North America has announced that the 2015 Conference and Expo will present the a comprehensive program on Oct. 13-15, at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.

More than 150 expert speakers from around the world will provide industry insight and perspective in 40-plus keynote and panel sessions across six storage-focused conference tracks: Distributed Storage, Hot Markets, Utility, Finance, Grid Services and Technology.

Conference and Expo Highlights:

  • 2,500+ industry leaders
  • 50+ conference sessions, networking events, and workshops
  • 100+ exhibitors and a dedicated deal room
  • Six conference tracks
  • Free Tesla drives
  • Full conference pass includes a free workshop pass ($495 value)

This year's speaker lineup features the President of Southern California Edison, Pedro Pizarro; the CEO of GE Renewables, Dr. Anne McEntee, and 150 other market leaders.The full conference program is available here: www.esnaexpo.com/attend/conference-program-2015

Many of the leading utilities in energy storage will be participating:
Arizona Public Service / Avista Utilities / Capital Power Corporation / Consolidated Edison Company of New York / Dominion Resources Services / Duke Energy / Electricite de France / Florida Power & Light Company / Hawaiian Electric Company / Horizon Utilities Corp / Imperial Irrigation District / Indianapolis Power & Light Co / Kodiak Electric Association / Los Angeles Department of Water and Power / Luminant / National Grid / Noble Americas Energy Solutions / Nova Scotia Power / Oncor Electric Delivery / Pacific Gas and Electric Company / Portland General Electric / Sacramento Municipal Utility District / San Diego Gas & Electric / Singapore Power Limited / Snohomish PUD / Southern California Edison / Southern Company / Tucson Electric Power / Xcel Energy

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