The 20th annual Caribbean Energy Conference, run by S&P Global Platts, kicks off in late January and will feature Leclanché’s Bryan Urban, EVP Stationary Solutions.
The conference provides attendees with the latest developments in energy investment, infrastructure and policies in the region. Urban was selected to participate in a panel called “Renewable Energy Project Development – Expanding the Scope of Green Energy.” He has become a sought-after speaker with recent presentations in the Virtual Island Summit (October 2019) and at the Energy Storage North America Conference (December 2019).
Urban’s presentation will focus on of-the-moment advances in utilizing renewable energy and cutting-edge storage solutions. It will also cover the company’s recently announced project to build the Caribbean’s largest solar energy production and energy storage system in St. Kitts and Nevis. The Stationary Solutions group has completed more than 100 MWh of modular, scalable and cost-effective projects worldwide. It has accumulated a great deal of marketplace expertise in implementing projects for governments, utilities and large corporations for projects spanning microgrids, grid stabilization, frequency regulation, renewables storage, C&I and energy management systems.
The panel will be moderated by Thorsten Dradach, head of Power Americas, MAN Energy Solutions, and will feature a group of distinguished industry experts in addition to Urban including Gregg Anderson, executive director, Energy & Utilities, OfReg; Robert Blenker, president and CEO, WRB Energy; Pip Decker, senior vice president, BMR Energy; Benigno Trueba, Consorcio Azucarero de Empresas Industriales; Megan Reilly Cayten, senior advisor, Javelin Capital.
The conference runs from January 29-31 in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico. Urban’s panel will be held on Thursday, Jan. 30 at 4:15pm.