Call for Presentations

Critical Power North America is currently accepting abstracts. The conference provides an excellent forum to discuss new developments in technology, market conditions and end-user requirements that are driving innovation, capabilities and features, application trends and performance improvements.

Attendees include engineering and operations managers, technical professionals responsible for power systems, facility managers and industrial engineers.

Conference sessions should be technical and educational while providing examples for recent installations, cutting edge technology and application strategies from users driving growth in these markets.

End-users presenting about any innovative project they may be involved in will be given priority on the show program.

Call for Presentation Deadline has Passed. Abstracts Now Being Reviewed on a First-Come Basis.

Topics Include:

  • Market Trends
  • Advancements in Power Systems: Batteries, Generators, Fuel Cells, UPS
  • Renewable Energy and Hybrid Systems
  • System/Disaster Recovery
  • Power Distribution Units
  • Power Purchase Agreements
  • End User Needs & Requirements
  • Standards & Regulations
  • Power Management
  • Power Quality & Reliability
  • Testing
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Monetizing Power Solutions
  • Automated Control Systems
  • Assessing New and Emerging Technologies
  • Choosing the Right System for Your Application
  • Energy Efficiency

Types of Presentations:

1. Industry Applications: Outstanding examples of recent applications in the critical power sector. Possible industries include:

  • Manufacturing and Industrial Operations
  • Military
  • Facilities Management
  • Data Centers
  • Healthcare, Education, Government Facilities
  • Disaster/Emergency Services
  • Laboratories

2. Implementation and Operational Process: Return on investment scenarios and analysis of benefits for implementation of new and improved technologies such as upgrading power systems, adoption of new testing and monitoring strategies and integration of existing and new solutions.

3. Technology Directions: Overviews, projections and forecasts for changes in core technologies, including new platforms, new industry applications and new methods of implementing solutions.


Submitting an Abstract

The basis of the proposal or the presentation may not be the promotion or marketing of a product.

Submission Guidelines

The Proposal should include:
- A title for the presentation
- A summary of the presentation content (100 words)
- Presenter(s) biography and high-resolution head-shot
- Contact information: name, title, company, address, phone, email address and web site

Please Note: Submissions will be accepted only electronically by email. Send your proposal in the body of your email letter and include supporting material as attachments. Submit to Shannon Given: Shannong@webcomcommunications.com.