Category Archives: Conferences
Later this month, the Brattle Group will be hosting a symposium on Load Flexibility in the Energy Sector. Dr. Sioshansi will be one of many high profile invited speakers. The symposium will take place on the 20th and 21st of … Continue reading
Two video interviews with Dr. Sioshansi from the workshop on Variable Demand at the Florence School of Regulation are now available on YouTube. You can watch them below.
Some photographs from the February workshop on Variable Demand at the Florence School of Regulation are now available on Flickr. To view, them, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi will be providing an opening address at a symposium on Variable Generation/Flexible Demand at Victoria University in Melbourne. The event will take place on Friday, April 3rd. A full program of speakers is available here. The event is … Continue reading
The January 2020 edition of EEnergy Informer featured a guest article from David Robinson of Oxford Climate Policy reporting on the COP25 conference. That report is now available to read on the Oxford Climate Policy website.
On February 19th, Dr. Sioshansi will be presenting a workshop titled, “Variable Generation, Variable Demand”. This is in conjunction with the Florence School of Regulation. For further details about the event, click here.
Dr. Sioshansi was in Malaysia last week for a conference on the future of the electric power sector. His talk was based on his forthcoming book, Behind and Beyond the Meter. A report on the event (in Malay) is available … Continue reading
Dr. Sioshansi will be giving a keynote address at the Brazil Energy Frontiers conference in Sao Paulo on October 23rd. For more details see the conference website (in Portuguese)
Dr. Sioshansi attended a recent symposium on microgrids at the Colorado State University campus in Fort Collins. A group photo of the attendees is shown above. Dr. Sioshansi is in the front in the blue and white checked shirt.
This is a photograph from the 4th International Hybrid Power Systems Workshop, held in Crete last month. Dr. Sioshsnasi is kneeling at the far left of the picture.