Hosted by Smart Grid Northwest
Tuesday, June 12th, 2018, 8:00am-4:15pm
Panoramic Room at the Pacific Tower, Seattle, WA
Registration is open | Summit PDF overview
Speaker Bios | Venue Details
Plus Resiliency Assets Tour and Annual Meeting & Networking Reception Monday, June 11th
An in-depth exploration of the state of energy system resiliency in our region
Join Smart Grid Northwest and our community from across the region – Washington, Oregon, Idaho and BC – at the 2018 Northwest Energy Resiliency Summit. At this unique one-day meeting, you will participate in presentations, panel discussions and working sessions focused on helping regional stakeholders with developing resiliency solutions for energy systems in our region. This event will dig deep into some our most critical topics: developing microgrids at critical facilities, preparing for cyber resiliency, asset monitoring, rapid restoration, all-hazard resilience, and finding metrics for tracking and quantifying resiliency efforts.
Join the Utilities, Agencies and Customers Leading the Charge
If you are involved with the Northwest energy system and concerned about improving resiliency, don’t miss this.
- Regional utilities working on resiliency issues
- Government agencies supporting preparedness planning
- Providers with proven resiliency solutions
- Large industry and other critically impacted energy customers
- Other organizations who see energy resiliency as critical
Most of the content will focus on the electrical system, but natural gas, water, transportation and other infrastuctures will be addressed.
Registration is open, and attendance is limited to the first 150 registrants. Reserve your spot today.
Let’s Work Together to Answer The Key Resiliency Questions
The conference is organized around the key questions that lead to improving resiliency across energy systems in the Northwest.
- Identifying Priorities: How can we best determine the areas that need attention or are most vulnerable?
- Valuing Options: How do we establish quantifiable and defensible figures for solutions?
- Deploying Solutions: What are the best practices for implementation of various technologies?