Shaping the Future of Battery Electric Bus Microgrids
Microgrids are another piece to the puzzle of transitioning to ZEB, but how should we approach them? What is their impact on the overall project? Phil Jonat's presentation will explore the “why” behind microgrids for transit agencies as we transition to battery electric buses
Please note, this session is interactive; anonymous audience participation should be anticipated.
This session will run 25 minutes inclusive of Q&A.
This session is on the Scenic Route - Morning.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Phil Jonat, PE, CEM, PMP, is an experienced energy engineer and project manager working on distributed power generation, electric vehicles, energy management systems, energy efficiency, and battery energy storage. With over 12 years of experience, his previous work includes islanded microgrids, energy planning for resiliency, and the interaction of electric vehicles, electric utility grids, building energy systems, and renewable energy sources. Phil’s work includes research on the future of electrification including electrification at airports, use of alternating/direct currents, and microgrids of the future.
- Opens: September 17, 2020
- Closes: October 13, 2020
- Speaker Presentation
- Live Polling
- Question & Answer Session
- Adam Ruder, NYSERDA
- Alva Carrasco, WSP
- Anaïssia Franca, WSP
- Anthony Courreges, C40 Cities
- Prof. Catherine Lawson, University at Albany
- Chris Reohr, NYSERDA
- Cliff Henke, WSP
- Dana Lowell, MJ Bradley & Associates
- Haylee Ferington, Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council
- Heather Unger, WSP
- Jewels Carter, WSP
- Jim Wensley, WSP
- John Drayton, WSP
- John Heaton IV, WSP
- Pat Carr, SoLTrans
- Phil Jonat, WSP
- Shantelle Dreamer, WSP