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Eddie Webster

Director of Business Development
Eddie Webster III has been developing business opportunities and innovative strategies across the industry for over a decade. He is currently responsible for creating strong relationships with utilities and discovering how to best meet their unique needs. He also participates in trade shows and conferences, builds relationships with industry partners and keeps a finger on the pulse of the grid optimization markets. Eddie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance and business management from Saint John’s University as well as an MBA from the University of Saint Thomas.
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Harnessing the Distributed Energy Resource Capabilities of Electric Vehicles

The electric vehicle (EV) market has been experiencing significant and sustained growth in recent years as drivers seek to cut their carbon footprint and reduce gas costs. While EVs still make up a relatively small share of the automobile market, that’s expected to change within the next few years. By 2025, it’s estimated that EVs will account for 20% of new car sales.

How Electric Vehicles are Driving Utilities to New Opportunities

Electricity is becoming the fuel of choice for mobility, launching electric vehicles (EV) into mainstream society at full velocity. And while EVs may not have yet reached widespread adoption in the United States today, Rocky Mountain Institute predicts sales of electric vehicles could account for one-fifth of new car sales globally by 2025. 

The Future of Energy

California is on the verge of a major redesign in terms of the way utility customers manage and consume energy. With a surge in the adoption of smart houses filled with smart appliances, it’s only natural for customers to demand connection to a smart grid. But what does that mean for the future of energy generation, distribution and use?

Electricity Delivery and Management: A Look Back at 2018 Growth and a Look Ahead to Emerging Markets

If you haven’t read through the Advanced Energy Now 2019 Market Report, *SPOILER ALERT* it’s full of great news for the future of the advanced energy industry. In short, 2018 was a year of promising growth. Advanced energy generated $238 billion in revenue and supported 3.5 million U.S. jobs — an 11 percent increase over the previous year. That’s on par with the aerospace manufacturing industry and double the biotechnology industry.


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