May 9, 2017 from 8:00 AM–10:00 AM

A rapidly evolving set of technologies for the generation, storage, monitoring, and control of energy is remaking our energy landscape. This new paradigm of distributed energy offers opportunities for consumers, corporations, and cities not just to reduce costs but to lower risks and ensure we are prepared to meet the challenges of the future.

But to tap the power of distributed energy, new forms of innovative thinking about energy — through public and private collaboration — must emerge.

Join Harvard Business Review for an interactive event in Pittsburgh, where the community is focused on deploying distributed energy technologies and innovations that will support the region’s long-term resilience.

In this interactive session, business, policy, city, and utility leaders will discuss the opportunities in the new distributed energy ecosystem, the challenges in creating an integrated approach to energy distribution, and the policy and regulatory frameworks that are emerging.

The event will conclude with an interview with Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto about the region’s energy and resilience plan for the future.

This is an intimate, invitation-only event for select executives — your voice is critical to this discussion. Space is limited, so be sure to register today to secure your place on May 9.