Please join us and learn more about DC Microgrids and why they make sense not only on a technical basis, but also from a business and economic perspective. There has been wide discussion on the technical advantages of DC microgrids such as resiliency, reliability, and improved power quality. This discussion will focus on the business case for adopting DC microgrids and why they make economic sense.
We’ll be joined by Bob Lachenmayer, COO, of Pos-En. Robert Lachenmayer has over thirty years of leadership experience working in the electrical industry. He leverages the interrelationship between energy, water, transportation, security and all other systems existing within a city to optimize the delivery of services to its citizens while also meeting their community’s core values. Prior to joining Pos-En, Bob was the Smart City Manager for Schneider Electric.
Pos-En develops sustainable energy projects focused around a modular DC microgrid architecture. We finance, design, build, own, operate, and maintain energy infrastructure in three general sectors: Private Business, Government and Critical Infrastructure. Pos-En’s vision is a clean, reliable, and sustainable energy future. We are facing this challenge head-on by developing affordable energy solutions that reduce grid reliance and harmful emissions.
The presentation will be held at Odell Brewing Company’s tap room at 800 E. Lincoln Avenue in Fort Collins. Doors open at 7 pm with presentation commencing at 7:30 and running through 8:30 pm.
There is a $5.00 entry fee for non-members but the event is Free for CRES Members (includes one complimentary beverage).