2015 Inaugural ‘Hybrid Energy Innovations’ conference announces four corporate sponsors

Inaugural event seeks to provide a broad perspective on hybrid energy and serve as an ideal networking forum for practitioners in the field.

Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015, a broad conference on hybrid energy due to be held April 8-9 in NY, continues to gain strong support in the clean energy community. Zackin Publications, the event organizer, is pleased to announce four corporate sponsors of the event- Saft Batteries, Northern Power Systems, GOe3, and Demand Energy Networks. Representatives from all four companies will be speaking at the event. These include: David Cohen of GoE3; Jonathan Lynch of Northern Power Systems; Jim McDowall of Saft Batteries; and Doug Staker of Demand Energy Networks.

Saft Batteries specializes in the development and industrialization of lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries with proven expertise that goes far beyond the manufacture of cells and battery modules to include project management and delivery of complete, fully tested, and qualified systems. Saft now provides Li-ion energy storage systems offering the optimum combination of performance, reliability and safety for bankable projects in energy services and renewable energy integration. 
Northern Power Systems designs, manufactures, and sells wind turbines and power technology products, and provides engineering development services and technology licenses for energy applications, into the global marketplace from its US headquarters and European offices. Northern Power Systems currently manufactures the NPS™ 60 and NPS™ 100 turbines. Its patented, next-generation permanent magnet/direct drive (PM/DD) technology uses fewer moving parts, delivers higher energy capture and provides increased reliability due to reduced maintenance and downtime. The company’s FlexPhase® power converter platform uses patented converter architecture and advanced controls technology for advanced grid support and generation applications.  Northern Power Systems offers comprehensive in-house development services, including systems level engineering, advanced drivetrains, power electronics, PM machine design, and remote monitoring systems to the energy industry. 

GOe3 is an Arizona-based company forging a new vision for the future of renewable energy adoption through EV/solar route-based infrastructure to support greater intercity, interstate, and cross-country mobility for EV drivers. It offers a Level 3/2 combination unit, which includes a Level 3 DC fast charger and a Level 2 dual (70 amp) charger. Its charging stations can charge an electric vehicle in as little as 15 minutes. The stations are designed to adapt with evolving EV technology and are capable to charging all EVs currently on the market. 
Demand Energy Networks claims to have developed the most comprehensive platform for integrating big-data analytics with energy storage at the edge of the utility grid. Its cloud-based, battery-agnostic solution is running distributed energy storage systems today that are producing economic value on two continents and are transforming how energy is acquired and utilized in commercial and industrial buildings. Demand Energy Networks' systems are boosting the value of renewables by firming and time-shifting the power so that it can be dispatched when it is most economically valuable, while at the same time improving grid stability. The company was founded in 2008 and is led by a team of seasoned entrepreneurs from the telecom, utility and renewable energy industries.  
For further information on Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015, please visit or contact: Michael Mascioni, conference director, Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015, at:

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