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EPRI Summit: Our CEO Bill Burke on DER, Grid Operations, and System Reliability

Bill Burke, the founder and CEO of Virtual Peaker, will be participating in a panel discussion on October 19 at the Electric Power Research Institute’s (EPRI) “Electrification Virtual Summit.”

During a day focused on electrification and the modern grid, the first breakout session—Energy Devices as Flexible Resources (9:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time)—will address new technologies and how flexible customer distributed energy resources (DER) can benefit grid operations and system reliability. Bill will be joined on the panel by Martin Milani, CEO of Virtual Peaker partner Sunverge Energy; and by Candice Tsay, a senior planning analyst at Con Edison.

We hope to see you there!

About The Author

Jeff is the VP of Sales for Virtual Peaker. He has spent his entire career in energy and data analytics where he has led teams working with utilities, government agencies, oil and gas companies, and financial institutions to help drive growth strategy and manage energy transition. He has worked with a team of analysts in developing an integrated resource plan (IRP) for a major U.S. vertically integrated utility, with a focus on load forecasting, locational marginal pricing (LMP) prediction, and long-term grid reliability. He has also managed the development of marketing and growth strategy for one of the four largest global oil and gas firms with a focus on the long-term viability of the Asian market-entry strategy.

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