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Walter Levesque

Walter Levesque

Walter Levesque has 35 years of energy industry experience working at a utility, selling smart grid solutions to utilities and consulting on AMI and strategic planning to the energy industry. He has a strong background in finance, management, sales and business development as well as consulting both in the US and internationally. Walter was acting vice president of finance and CFO for the ninth largest gas utility in the US. He was an executive for three companies selling smart grid equipment to utilities, most recently as vice president of global sales for Hunt Technology now part of Landis + Gyr (Toshiba). Walter has worked for both Itron Inc. and Digi International as a Director of Business Development. Walter holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire; and an MBA from Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He was a principal with Plexus Research, Inc., and he is currently Microgrid Director for DNV GL. To join Mr. Levesque’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Microgrids – Gaining experience and momentum

The economic value of a microgrid, at least for a single user, is sometimes reduced to two elements: its value in providing power when the rest of the grid is not functioning, and its ability to reduce energy cost. When one doesn't have power its val ...

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A perspective on imperatives from the 2013 Advanced Energy Conference

At last week's 2013 Advanced Energy Conference in New York City participants from industry, government, and academia were finally able to gather together after the conference's six month delay--due to the arrival of Hurricane Sandy. There were many ...

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