GreenPowerMonitor will attend the RE+ Smart Energy Week 2022

RE+ smart energy week

  • Visit us at booth nº 2662

GreenPowerMonitor, a DNV company, will attend the RE+ Smart Energy Week 2022 to be held 19-22 September in Anaheim, CA.

Our renewable energy experts will participate in this year’s Solar Power International, part of RE+ and one of the largest solar trade shows in North America, to connect with solar industry professionals and suppliers, share the latest knowledge and showcase the industry’s newest products and services.

Let’s explore opportunities for collaboration! We have innovative technologies and solid experience that can help make your next solar project a success. Book a meeting with our experts by sending an email to

The experts who will attend:

Tor Blackstad
Chief Executive Officer North America

Peter Kobliska
VP Business Development North America

Jacqueline Sukhall
Business Development Manager North America

Juan Carlos Arévalo
Chief Executive Officer Global

Humberto Roca
Chief Sales Officer

You can also visit our DNV colleagues in Booth #2658 to learn about our latest research and new services, demo our digital products, including Solar Resource Compass, SolarFarmer, and BatteryAI, and speak with our experts about how we can help you solve your greatest clean energy challenges.

On Tuesday, Sept. 20 our experts will be featured in several presentations, panels, and during the poster session:

Melissa Morrison: Who, What, Where, Why, and How of Hydrogen

Rounak Kharait: Solar Asset Underperformance: Predictions to Reality and Back (interactive)
Mohammed Muthalib: Storage O&M 101

Poster + Talks:
Brian Durham and Francis Lange: Siting Considerations for Hydrogen Projects
Justin Puggioni: Noise Concerns from Energy Storage Projects in Urban Settings and How to Address them During Permitting

Mandy Klehr: Avian Use of Operational Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Facilities in New York State and Western Massachusetts 
Kim Peters: A Healthy Game of Whack-a-Mole: Using Science-based Information to Reduce Solar Siting Oppostion Based on Health and Safety Issues


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