The Next Opportunity at the Grid Edge: A Focus on Large Energy Consumers
Tuesday, March 1, 2016 6:30pm-9:30pm, The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC, 44 Charlton Street, New York, NY 10014
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- Energy management and optimization
- Building, facility or campus operations
- Corporate sustainability efforts
- Renewable or alternative energy sources
Steve Propper – Director, Grid Edge, GTM Research at Greentech Media
Steve Propper manages GTM Research’s Grid Edge program, which includes chairing the annual Grid Edge World Forum conference, overseeing the Grid Edge Executive Council, and developing research related to the changing regulatory and business models associated with the energy system of the future. Before GTM, Steve was a manager at Ernst & Young, advising power and utility companies on business planning, customer engagement, and operational improvement initiatives. Prior to that, Steve spent multiple years at PG&E in a variety of customer engagement and program management roles, ranging from smart grid deployment to energy efficiency and demand-side management initiatives. Steve holds an MBA from INSEAD and a BA in economics from The George Washington University.
Vishnu Barran – Senior Business Development Manager at ENER-G Group Inc.
Vishnu Barran, Senior Business Development Manager at ENER-G Rudox Inc., is a chartered engineer and PE (in NYC) with 22 years’ experience in an engineering environment ranging from petrochemical and pharmaceutical plant design, materials handling equipment, building services engineering, and energy and sustainability in buildings.
Mr Barran worked in Europe for 20 years and in 2012 re-located with the ENER-G Group to the New York City metropolitan region. Mr. Barran focuses on holistic energy solutions, energy conservation measures, and on-site generation of power, heat, cooling, and steam. Additionally, he works on ESA/PPA/ESCP/Capital contracts, carbon abatement, fiscal energy reduction, and “off balance” sheet funding for private and public clients. Prior to his work in the United States, Mr. Barran was based out of ENER-G Group’s UK office. During his career, Mr. Barran has helped develop over 250 CHP projects around the world.
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