Northwest Energy Systems Symposium (NWESS) 2018
Reinventing and Transforming the Energy System
NWESS is a two-day symposium that focuses on a wide range of topics and provides information on how to best address some of the most pressing energy issues facing our region. The symposium is an industry driven conference; the topics are suggested and voted on by the Industry. The symposium is a combination of presentations and discussions.
This year, the theme is Reinventing and Transforming the Energy System. Regionally recognized experts will discuss:
- Energy Storage and Renewables
- Washington Clean Energy Fund Grants
- Energy Data Science
- Distributed Energy Resource Planning
- EIM and Transmission Real-Time Tools
NWESS is sponsored by the electric energy industry in the Pacific Northwest, the IEEE and the Electrical Energy program at the University of Washington.
Date and Time
- Start time: 04 April 2018 07:00 AM
- End time: 05 April 2018 04:30 PM
- All times are US/Pacific
- Add to Google Calendar
- University of Washington
- 1310 NE 40th Street
- Seattle, Washington
- United States 98105
- Building: Alder Hall
- Room Number: Auditorium
- Registration closed
Program is available at http://nwess.ee.washington.edu/2018/program.html.
Registration includes refreshments and lunch. Campus parking is available for $15/day.
For more information, check out www.nwess.org.