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Utilizing Smart Devices to Electrify the Grid

About This Webinar

The demand for electricity is increasing, and the grid is not always able to keep up. This is where smart solutions for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning—better known as HVAC—come in. Strategies designed to enable users to participate in demand response programs, facilitate load flexibility, and integrate hybrid and electrified HVAC systems, help reduce the strain on the grid. Smart devices enable a utility to work with its customers to ensure a reliable supply of electricity during periods of peak demand.
In this webinar, you'll learn:
• Role of Smart devices
• Broader trend of electrification role
• Smart Vent Coolers
• Future of smart devices and the benefits of participating in demand response programs
• How to get involved in a program in your area

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Co-founder and CEO of Flair
Dan Myers is the Co-founder and CEO of Flair, a company offering intelligent HVAC solutions. With a strong background in robotics, design, and electronics, Dan has combined his expertise in computer engineering to revolutionize indoor climate control. A Northwestern University alumnus, Dan is dedicated to producing affordable, high-quality, and adaptive solutions that increase energy efficiency and enhance the comfort of homes. Beyond Flair, he serves on the board of Hong Kong-based tech firm EnerCloud AP, affirming his commitment to climate technology and energy efficiency.

Webinar hosting presenter
Senior Partner Success Manager with Leap
Isaac Maze-Rothstein is a Senior Partner Success Manager with Leap. He guides residential technology providers and financiers to maximize the value of grid services for their distributed energy resources. Prior to Leap, Isaac led research on virtual power plants, bitcoin mining and microgrids at Wood Mackenzie. His research has been cited in over 100 news outlets including NBC, Forbes, and Bloomberg News. He has also worked with various clean technology startups including Solstice and companies at Greentown Labs. Isaac completed a Master’s Certificate in Sustainable Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College.
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