Danfoss will discuss the “Smart Grid” during its 14th EnVisioneering Symposium on Nov. 12 in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Danfoss will discuss the “Smart Grid”
during its 14th EnVisioneering Symposium Nov. 12 in Scottsdale,
The symposium, which will precede the
Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute’s 2010 annual meeting, is
titled “Smart Grid and Beyond.” Danfoss representatives and special guests will talk about how the smart grid could be a vital link in America’s effort to strengthen its
energy future and achieve improvements in the electrical power
Presentations on the topic will be
given by a panel of experts, including Mark Lauby from the North American
Electric Reliability Corp. and Michael Oldak, vice president and general
counsel for Utility Telecom Council.
“As the United States
faces a continually evolving and emerging power crisis, the Danfoss EnVisioneering
Symposia series seemed like a natural place to draw together industry leaders
and experts to discuss the evolution of the smart grid,” said Robert Wilkins,
president of Danfoss North America. “We will discuss integration with
equipment, and current and future technologies that will help overcome current
obstacles in capital, regulation, utilities and infrastructure.”
more information on the EnVisioneering Symposia Series, visit
Danfoss event focuses on 'Smart Grid'
October 13, 2010