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GridTECH Connect Forum, California 2024

GridTECH Connect Forum, California 2024

GridTECH Connect Forum takes places June 24-26, 2024 in Newport Beach, CA

Monday, June 24, 2024 to Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Event Details

GridTECH Connect™ is the interconnection event, offering electric utilities, grid operators, project developers, policymakers, and advocates a unique opportunity to join forces and improve the critical issue of interconnection.

In a focused and intimate setting, a diverse range of stakeholders assemble to collaborate, share best practices, and devise innovative solutions that will help us reach our climate goals. 

Each event is a regionally-focused, immersive experience. Conference programming is curated by senior energy industry leaders and aims to supply attendees with actionable takeaways. The peer-to-peer roundtable discussions spark strategic conversations that go beyond vendor booths and boilerplate pitches, while unparalleled networking opportunities put you front and center with the decision-makers advancing interconnection.

What is Grid Interconnection? 

Interconnection is the most difficult and crucial aspect of many DER and utility-scale clean energy projects. State and federal standards govern the process of allowing developers to connect new projects, like solar farms, battery storage, and EV charging, to the distribution and transmission grids, respectively. These processes are often slow, expensive, unpredictable, and can make or break a project. Because of ambitious clean energy and climate goals, efficient interconnection of clean energy projects is essential. GridTECH Connect is the only event specifically designed to advance interconnection processes and policy.

GBA members, the U.S. Department of Energy, PG&E and SoCal Edison are participating at this event.



Built around curated content, tailored itineraries, and, most importantly, the most influential minds of today our conference program is unlike any other event.

The advisory board is made up of those within the industry ensuring the highest quality conference programming. 

Peer-to-Peer Roundtable Discussions:

Strategic sponsor conversations that go beyond vendor booths and boilerplate pitches. Moderated informal, collaborative discussions around the challenges attendees are faced with. These are closed-door sessions and exclusive to conference attendees.  The sessions are one hour in length and are free of slide presentations.


Meet and engage with subject matter experts and senior-level decision makers all looking to advance DER and utility-scale interconnection.