What is gridCONNEXT?



gridCONNEXT brings together business, utility, finance, and policy leaders to explore the most important topics impacting the grid. The event convenes world-class experts to explore diverse perspectives and uncover market innovations poised to redraw the electric utility landscape. With the growth of clean energy, energy storage and electrified transportation – along with new business and regulatory models supporting investments in DERs and grid modernization – this event offers an unprecedented opportunity to connect with key stakeholders and explore what’s next in the utility sector. To download the 2018 event brochure, please click here

2018 Theme: Tracking the Convergence of Energy, Transportation, Storage, and the Grid.


About the Organizers


Clean Edge, Inc., founded in 2000, offers a suite of indexes, surveys, and advisory services devoted to the clean-energy economy. With offices in Portland, Oregon and the San Francisco Bay Area, Clean Edge serves corporate, government, NGO, utility, and financial clients working to transition to a clean-energy, low-carbon future. Products and services include multiple clean-tech stock indexes in partnership with NASDAQ, the U.S. Clean Tech Leadership Index (tracking state and metro activity), the Grid Modernization Index in partnership with GridWise Alliance, and webinars and events that regularly convene hundreds of industry innovators and stakeholders. WWW.CLEANEDGE.COM

The GridWise Alliance represents the broad and diverse group of stakeholders that design, build, and operate the electric grid. This includes electric utilities, information and communications equipment and service providers, national laboratories, academic institutions, regional transmission operators, and Independent system operators. Since 2003, GridWise and its members have been at the forefront of educating federal and state legislators and regulators on the critical need to modernize our nation’s electricity system to ensure continued economic growth and competitiveness and achieve system reliability, resilience, security, efficiency, sustainability, and affordability. WWW.GRIDWISE.ORG