Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015 Conference set for April 8-9 in New York

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

Zackin Publications, Inc. 1 has announced the launch of the Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015 Conference, set to kick off April 8–9 at the Digital Sandbox Network Center in downtown New York City. Created to address the need for more comprehensive coverage of the growing field of hybrid energy, the Hybrid Energy Innovations conference will provide a broad perspective on hybrid energy and an ideal networking forum for practitioners in the field.

Because of its scope, Hybrid Energy innovations 2015 is geared to a wide audience involved in and/or interested in hybrid energy, including: renewable energy project developers, energy technology developers, oil and gas producers and distributors, utilities, government organizations, construction firms, mining operators, automotive companies, educational organizations and software developers.

“The event underscores the principle that combining diverse renewable and fossil fuel energy resources offers many positive benefits, especially greater cost-effectiveness,” said Michael Mascioni, conference director, Hybrid Energy Innovations. “It will highlight the broader impact hybrid energy has had on the industry and discuss a wide array of hybrid energy topics, including: hybrid solar/wind energy; hybrid forms combining solar and/or wind with natural gas or diesel; hybrid forms combining solar, wind and/or hydro with energy storage; solar charging for electric vehicles; and hybrid wind/wave energy.” 

A  total of 14 presentations are scheduled to take place over the two-day conference. Attendees will hear expert insights from organizations such as the Battelle Institute, SMA America, Sgurr Energy, Green Mountain Power, TDX Power, Navigant Consulting, Ideal Power, Princeton Power, KeyBank, Sullivan and Worcester, HOMER Energy, Envision Solar, EOS Energy Storage, Car Charging Group, Eccosolution, Revolution Energy, MV Green Power, and Hornblower Cruises.   

Presenters are expected to highlight hybrid energy strategies and techniques that work best in particular environments and are dramatically reshaping the energy landscape. The event will also draw on key data from leading-edge projects and tests in hybrid energy to provide a clearer picture of the evolution of and prospects for hybrid energy. A few sessions will also examine the key financing, business, technological and policy innovations driving hybrid energy. (Reginald Tucker, US editor of Renewable Energy Focus magazine, published by Elsevier, Ltd., will moderate a session — “Hybrid Energy on the Horizon” — on the afternoon of Thursday, April 9.)

Zackin Publications would like to thank the corporate sponsors of The 2015 Hybrid Energy Innovations Conference (GoE3, Northern Power Systems and SAFT Batteries) as well as the association sponsors: ACORE, Navigant Consulting, FutureEnergy, OSEA and Clean Energy States Alliance.

For additional information on Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015, including the full schedule of sessions, please visit You may also contact Michael Mascioni, conference director, at (212) 688-4781 or via e-mail:


  1. Zackin Publications publishes Solar Industry, North American Windpower and Renew Grid. The company plans to publish a special supplement on hybrid energy paired with the March 2015 issues of Solar Industry and North American Windpower to complement Hybrid Energy Innovations 2015.


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