Join us for the World’s Largest Microgrid Event
A virtual gathering to educate those who are exploring microgrids, Microgrid 2021 offers lively discussion panels, webinars, interviews with experts, live audience Q&A sessions, networking and exhibits. The event is designed for businesses, government agencies, institutions, municipalities and communities — or for anyone interested in learning about how a microgrid will improve their operation. Register in advance for free admission. Space on the platform is limited, so we urge you to register soon.
Applications closed April 1 for the Microgrid Greater Good Awards 2021
Join us June 1 at Microgrid 2021 for the announcement of this year’s Microgrid Greater Good Awards. Microgrid Knowledge holds the contest annually to highlight projects that best tell the story of how microgrids serve society. The winners are invited to present their projects at the conference.
Connect With Industry Leaders
The Microgrid 2021 Roster of Expert Speakers
The Microgrid Industry’s Premiere Event Hosted by Microgrid Knowledge
Following its highly successful virtual conference in November 2020, Microgrid Knowledge again gathers the industry, this time in a pivotal event designed to educate sustainability and facility managers, energy decision-makers and others curious about microgrids.
Hosted by Microgrid Knowledge, the world’s largest news site dedicated to all things microgrid, Microgrid 2021 is the one virtual conference you will not want to miss. Don’t take our word for it. See what your peers have to say about our events: “Reaching a Watershed Moment”
“I feel like I am speaking to the all-star team of the microgrid industry.” — Micah Kotch, former director of the NY Prize, addressing the Microgrid 2016 Conference in NYC.
“My gosh this is a very motivating event. I’m in forever with Microgrid Knowledge”— Jacqueline DeRosa, vice president battery energy storage systems, Ameresco
“There has been an noticable uptick in the number of (microgrid) conferences, and I do believe this is the best one.” — Peter Asmus, research director for microgrids, Navigant Research