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Fall Seminars Reflect Training-worthy Trends in Gas and Electric Industries
By Enerdynamics Staff
If there's one thing we've learned since Enerdynamics was launched 19 years ago it's that the energy industry never stops changing. Just when you think you have a firm handle on how the industry works, outside forces — the economy, weather, technology, politics, etc. — alter everything you thought you knew about the natural gas and electricity businesses.
Enerdynamics' 2014 fall seminars are a good example of how we continually monitor industry change and adapt our product offerings to reflect such change. This year we have added two all-new seminars to our calendar, each of which tackles a significant trend that is shaping its respective industry. The new seminars are:
Distributed Energy, Renewables, and Microgrids: How to Navigate the Utility Industry’s
October 6-7, New York City
Given the surge in renewables, distributed resources (DR), and microgrids, many experts now say the traditional utility model is no longer sustainable. Some state entities like the California Public Utility Commission are already weaving DR, renewables, and microgrids into their future utility business models. Seminar participants will learn the technical, economic and regulatory details that define the threats and opportunities posed by DR, renewables, and microgrids and then will explore possible responses that can help successfully navigate an organization through them. Click for more details or to register for the October seminar.
Shale Gas and Natural Gas Liquids: Has the Shale Revolution Made Natural Gas a
October 8-9, New York City
Shale gas has already dramatically changed the fundamentals of the natural gas, electricity, and natural gas liquids (NGL) businesses. But how will its growing and evolving influence affect you and your business? And is the evolution secure enough to bet on natural gas far into the future? This seminar examines the technical, economic, environmental, and market details that will help prepare participants to identify and evaluate shale-related risks and opportunities. Click for more details or to register for the October seminar.
As with every Enerdynamics seminar, these new seminars feature a casual, small group setting (no more than 30 attendees) and are designed with active participation in mind. Questions and discussion among attendees are highly encouraged. Attendees will participate in a number of individual and group exercises that provide a real-world perspective of the seminar's core topics. Enerdynamics' goal is to have every attendee leave its seminars with relevant and current information that can be applied immediately to his or her daily job.
|Want to bring one of these or any of Enerdynamics' seminars to your work site? Enerdynamics can customize any of its seminar offerings for your company and can present it at your location. For more information, please contact John Ferrare at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-765-5432 ext. 700.