Agriculture: Get Paid to Solve the Midwest Power Crisis

Event Date
December 8, 2022 2:00 PM
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2:30 pm
EST

Panelists

Gregg Dixon
Tim O'Hern

As winter approaches, the Midwest grid operator (MISO) is forecasting energy supply shortfalls. This could mean power interruption and much higher electricity bills – on top of what you’re already experiencing.

A large amount of generation is also expected to come offline in 2023, putting additional strain on the MISO grid and likely increasing power prices yet again.

Now is the time to prepare. Your agriculture business has the opportunity to get paid while supporting grid reliability.

Join Voltus CEO, Gregg Dixon, and our partners at medical cannabis farm Nature's Grace & Wellness, for a fireside chat to learn how you can get paid for being part of the solution.

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Agriculture: Get Paid to Solve the Midwest Power Crisis

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What you’ll learn

As winter approaches, the Midwest grid operator (MISO) is forecasting energy supply shortfalls. This could mean power interruption and much higher electricity bills – on top of what you’re already experiencing.

A large amount of generation is also expected to come offline in 2023, putting additional strain on the MISO grid and likely increasing power prices yet again.

Now is the time to prepare. Your agriculture business has the opportunity to get paid while supporting grid reliability.

Join Voltus CEO, Gregg Dixon, and our partners at medical cannabis farm Nature's Grace & Wellness, for a fireside chat to learn how you can get paid for being part of the solution.

When / Where
December 8 at 2pm EST / GoToWebinar

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Our expert speakers

Gregg Dixon
Gregg Dixon
Chief Executive Officer
Tim O'Hern
Tim O'Hern
Chief Operating Officer