Billions of people on our planet either don’t have electricity or have only intermittent access to it. Building centralized grid infrastructure is cost prohibitive for emerging markets, so how will we get power to underserved populations? Distributed energy resources and microgrids.

That will be the topic of the upcoming panel discussion at POWER-GEN hosted by Fairbanks Morse called: How Distributed Generation Will Deliver Reliable Power Where It’s Needed Most. The impressive group of panelists includes:

Marvin Riley – President of Fairbanks Morse since 2012, Marvin is leading the company that was founded in the 1870s into a new era of powering the world forward.

Peter Asmus – Principal Research Analyst at Navigant and a leading global expert on microgrids and virtual power plants.

PJ Deschenes – Partner at Greentech Capital Advisors and member of the 2018 Bloomberg New Energy Finance Pioneers committee.

Click here or on the panel title above to register for the event that also includes free breakfast (score!), a signed copy of Amanda Setili’s groundbreaking new book Fearless Growth, and the ability to skip the lines and pick up your registration packet early. If you are interested in further exploring this topic with any of the panelists, we can arrange a 1-on-1 interview at POWER-GEN or if you aren’t attending the conference, we can set up a phone conversation at a later date and time.