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From the Lab to the Field: Making the Most of Your Microgrid

About This Webinar

Cummins Power Generation is unveiling its state-of-the art microgrid lab at its facility in Minnesota. The Power Integration Center, or PIC, allows for a myriad of configurations for microgrid assets, designed for testing and validation for organizations that are planning for a greener future. Wissam Balshe, director of Cummins Energy Management Solutions, will discuss how the integration of fuel cells, battery energy storage systems, solar panels, and natural gas and diesel-powered generators can create a sustainable and reliable power solution that can work in a variety of applications.

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Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Associate Editor, POWER magazine
Darrell Proctor joined POWER in 2017. He has years of experience in the energy and publishing industries, including as a writer, editor, and energy data analyst for various groups in the power generation and oil and gas sectors. He was an assistant business editor and assistant news editor as well as Technology Editor for the Rocky Mountain News in Colorado, and also was a senior editor at the St. Petersburg Times in Florida. He is a graduate of Franklin College of Indiana.
Webinar hosting presenter
Director of Energy Management Solutions, Cummins Power Generation
Wissam Balshe has been involved with the power systems industry since 2002. He joined Cummins in 2007, and led the sales application engineering group, then led the Strategic and New Growth Business Development efforts for the Power Solutions Business. His focus is on Distributed Generation, Micro-grid applications and integrated system solutions. Wissam currently leads the Global Energy Management Solutions Business for the Power Generation Segment.

Wissam has represented Cummins in multiple codes and standards committees (IEE1547, CSA282, NEMA MG1), and trade associations (Vice Chair of the US CHP Association in 2012-2013). He actively advocates for distributed generation incentives at the Federal and State Levels and is on the board of multiple community organizations in Minnesota.

Wissam has a Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota, and an executive MBA from Indiana University.
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