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HOMER International Microgrid Conference 

Oct 6, 2019 - | Hyatt Regency, Cambridge, MA

What: HOMER International Microgrid Conference
When: October 7-9, 2019
Where: Hyatt Regency, Cambridge, MA
NABCEP Training: October 9th, full day of training. “Designing Solar+Storage Systems with HOMER® Energy Software

Position yourself at the forefront of the global microgrid revolution.

Join industry leaders at the 7th annual HOMER International Microgrid Conference—one of the top microgrid events of the year—to learn practical skills; connect with developers, engineers, financiers, and policymakers; and expand your professional network.

Engage in dynamic discussions around distributed generation for C&I customers, resilience, finance strategies, campus microgrids, energy access, and microgrids for remote locations. Enrich your professional repertoire by participating in optional training sessions, a tour of an advanced microgrid, and hands-on engineering and economic modeling exercises.


What: HOMER International Microgrid Conference

When: October 6-9 (including special events)

Where: Hyatt Regency, Cambridge, MA

NABCEP Training: October 9th – A full day of training “Designing Solar+Storage Systems with HOMER® Energy Software


About HOMER Energy

HOMER Energy, a global leader in microgrid software development, was founded in 2009 by Peter Lilienthal, Ph.D., and Marilyn Walker, Ph.D. HOMER software optimizes the economics and design of microgrids and distributed energy resources. Today it has more than 200,000 users in more than 190 countries.

Originally developed at the US Dept of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory by CEO Dr. Peter Lilienthal, HOMER software has become a trusted tool for developers as well as institutions such as the World Bank, the International Finance Corporation, Inter-American Development Bank, and Asian Development Bank for determining the financial and engineering pre-feasibility of microgrid projects. It is also widely used by cities to improve resilience and by corporate customers to reduce both carbon emissions and energy costs.