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A clean energy emergency management professional will lead a free, hourlong virtual presentation to share information about the role of microgrids as a tool for mitigating climate change and addressing environmental justice.

The Center for Energy Education will host a webinar Monday, February 26, from 2 p.m. to  3 p.m. featuring Dr. Anthony Kinslow II, who will discuss Microgrids and Equity. 

The discussion will explore the intersection of microgrids and equity and how microgrids contribute to energy equity, resilience and accessibility for all communities.

An alumnus of Swinburne University of Technology, North Carolina A&T University and Stanford University, Kinslow is a civil engineer who specializes in sustainable design and construction to uncover energy efficiency prospects while incorporating net-zero strategies.

He is also the founder and CEO of Gemini Energy Solutions, an organization that aims to create a regenerative, clean energy economy to strive for an equitable and inclusive clean energy transition. 

He also is a consultant for Clean Energy Works, a nonprofit that seeks to accelerate private capital utility investments in inclusive clean energy solutions at the power grid’s edge. In addition, he lectures at Stanford University where he teaches two courses: Racial Equity in Energy and Quest for an Inclusive Clean Energy Economy.

“A microgrid is an innovative option that will enable a smarter energy future, especially for eastern counties that feel adverse effects from big storms and other calamities,” said C4EE Executive Director Mozine Lowe. “It’s a viable addition to our clean energy toolbox. Dr. Kinslow will add value to this dialogue.”

The webinar is free and open to the public and registration is available at this link

The discussion will include an opportunity to ask questions and engage with Kinslow after the presentation.