Greenleaf and its Energy Partners present on ‘Resiliency through Cogeneration and Microgrids’ at CleanMed 2018 in San Diego

CleanMed is the premier national environmental conference for leaders in health care sustainability who are on the leading edge of greening the health care sector. It’s the one time each year for businesses with environmentally preferable products and services or nutritious, sustainable foods to connect with the health care leaders who make purchasing decisions for their facilities.

Marc Thrum of Intelligent Generation, Aaron Walters of GreenCity Power, Kate Cummings of G&W Electric, and Santanu Khan of ENGIE join John Andersen in presenting on “Resiliency through Cogeneration and Microgrids.” See their presentation here.

You can read our white paper on “Microgrids: Technology Development, Market Applications, and Policy.”

Greenleaf Advisors and its energy service partners deliver integrated and sustainable energy solutions for industrial, commercial, and institutional customers. Services include intelligent solar with storage; microgrids; cogeneration; and sustainable design to improve energy efficiencies, economics and resiliency for operational performance. See an overview of our energy partners here.

Intelligent Generation (IG) (intelgen.com) has developed a software service that elevates solar systems’ performance and economics when associated with an energy storage system. The cloud-based system, reduces costs by using stored energy when regional power demands and pricing is high, as well as to generate attractive revenues by deploying the assets into the wholesale power markets. IG combines the intelligence of customers’ local energy situations into a networked solution, and then provisions that network of batteries to grid operators as a reliable, predictable, and valuable source of power. See an overview here.

GreenCity Power (GCP) (greencity-power.com) is delivering electricity, heating, and cooling to building owners economically and securely through natural gas sourced co-generation and thermal systems, and innovative solutions to peak demand management. GCP will design, build/acquire, capitalize and operate co-generation and thermal systems for their customers, using only proven technologies and drawing on their 40+ years of experience. See an overview here.

G&W Electric (G&W) (gwelec.com) has energized and powered the world since 1905. With over a century of expertise in implementing innovative power systems, G&W uses the latest technologies in load and fault interrupting switchgear, reclosers, system protection equipment and distribution automation to create custom solutions for their clients. Likewise, G&W is bringing its expertise to the renewable energy market via wind and solar applications through product offerings like their LaZer Automation system and wind & solar switchgear technologies.

ENGIE, in North America, manages a range of energy businesses in the U.S. and Canada, including retail energy sales, electricity generation, cogeneration, and comprehensive energy management solutions to help customers run their facilities more efficiently and optimize energy and other resource use and expense. They offer integrated management solutions—including on-site solar, battery and cogeneration design, installation, and financing. Globally, ENGIE is the largest independent power producer and energy efficiency services provider in the world, with operations in 70 countries employing 150,000 people, including 1,000 researchers in 11 R&D centers.