ESNA Conference and Exhibition | November 6-8, 2018 in Pasadena, California

2018 Program Agenda

divider graphic
Track Session Details

November 6

8:00am - 12:00pm
12:00pm - 1:00pm
1:00pm - 4:30pm
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Coffee Break
4:30pm - 5:30pm
CESA and SEPA Member Mixer (Invite Only)
5:30pm - 7:15pm
Welcome General Session (ESNA+CALSTART)
7:15pm - 8:30pm
Opening Reception
ALL DAY Colocation Event
ALL DAY Colocation Event

November 7

8:00 am - 9:00 am
Networking Breakfast

Networking Breakfast

Continental Breakfast available for ESNA Conference Attendees in Keynote Theater

9:00 am - 10:30 am
Keynotes

Keynotes

Wednesday Morning Keynote Sessions

Further information will become available soon!

10:30 am - 11:00 am
Morning Break / Expo Hall Opens

Morning Break / Expo Hall Opens

Coffee Break in Expo Hall

Advanced Solutions
Microgrids, Resiliency and Security
Mobility and Storage
Northern American Market Transformation
10:50 am - 11:50 am
The Final Frontier: Technology for Long Duration Storage

The Final Frontier: Technology for Long Duration Storage

This session highlights the intriguing technologies that are moving the industry closer to realizing the dream of multi-day and seasonal storage. Hear experts on hydrogen storage, hot rock storage, and liquid air energy storage explain these exciting technologies, their practical use cases, and next steps that will position these applications to support the clean grid of the future.

Target Audience: Developers, investors, utility executives, and grid operators.

Audience Take-Aways: Appreciate the value and current state of long-duration storage technologies, and potential market applications. Comprehend the challenges of bringing these new technologies to market.

Speakers:

Matthew Barnett Business Development Director
Highview Power
Avi Brenmiller Chairman & CEO
Brenmiller Energy
Gene Larson Vice President, Energy Storage
SNC-Lavalin Clean Power
Jon Norman President & Chief Operating Officer
Hydrostor
Rudolf Zauner Head of Hydrogen Center
VERBUND
Microgrids, Maximum Impact

Microgrids, Maximum Impact

The past year has seen the emergence of microgrids in various markets across the planet, as the technologies and business models mature. This session will highlight several recent microgrid projects from different regions of the world. It will discuss the fundamentals behind these projects, challenges to be overcome, and lessons learned for other markets.

Target Audience: Microgrid developers, regulators, policymakers, and planners from, municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utilities.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand the rationale for microgrids, the constituent elements, and the hurdles involved in creating effective projects.

Speakers:

Gianluca Gigliucci Head of Energy Storage Innovation
Enel Green Power
Mark Paterson General Manager
Horizon Power
John Schaaf Jr. VP & GM, Distributed Energy Storage
Johnson Controls
The Role of Storage in Scaling up Electric Trucks and Buses

The Role of Storage in Scaling up Electric Trucks and Buses

To electrify 50 buses requires more power than it takes to run the iconic Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, and California alone has 11,000 public buses! This session will explore the challenges of fleet electrification, and how storage can help reduce costs for infrastructure as well as charging by reducing peak demand.

Speakers:

Matt Horton Chief Commercial Officer
Proterra
Suresh Jayanthi Vice President Energy Services
Chanje
Jagmeet Khangura Western Region Microgrid Solution Lead
Black & Veatch
Fred Silver Vice President
CALSTART
Transforming a National Market

Transforming a National Market

In February, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted to ‘remove barriers to participation of electric storage resources’ in competitive wholesale electric markets. The goal was to improve competition and enhance system efficiencies, while increasing resilience. What responses are likely to be seen from the RTO/ISOs as they develop new rules for integrating and compensating storage resources? What additional value streams should be considered? Experts and grid operators will discuss what that means when put into practice, and the new opportunities created by 841.

Target audience: Storage developers, investors, regulators, utility leaders.

Take-Aways: Understand Order 841 and implications for market development.

Speakers:

Michael DeSocio Senior Manager – Market Design
New York Independent System Operator
Mihir Desu Manager
Strategen
Laura Walter Senior Lead Economist
PJM
11:50 am - 11:55 am
5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

11:55 am - 12:30 pm
Thermal Storage at the Grid Edge

Thermal Storage at the Grid Edge

Thermal Storage technologies have been in the marketplace for over 100 years. Active hot water, cold water, ice, PCM’s and even passive systems have been utilized in various degrees to address energy supply issues within the built space. With increased renewables penetration driving an increasingly larger need for energy storage, diverse storage solutions will be needed on both sides of the electric meter to balance the grid. For this reason, users are re-evaluating the value of thermal technologies. This presentation will discuss the value of integrating thermal storage with customer loads, particularly those related to cooling.

Target Audience: Building and facilities owners, investors, developers, regulators, and planners for municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utilities..

Audience Take-Aways: Understand how thermal storage works, the differences between thermal storage and batteries, and the value of thermal storage as both an asset at the grid edge as well as its value to the entire electric grid.

Speakers:

Mark MacCracken Vice President
TRANE
Microgrids for National Security

Microgrids for National Security

The Department of Defense has proven to be one of the energy industry'ss most eager adopters of new distributed energy resource (DER) technologies, while at the same time having some of the most stringent requirements. Operational readiness is the military's number one priority, so diesel has historically been its fuel source of choice due to its reliability and capacity to be stored. However, with the rise of new energy technologies including storage, renewables and advanced microgrid control, the military is turning to DERs typically used for energy efficiency to provide resiliency and backup power. This presentation will discuss lessons from three military microgrid projects at Department of Defense facilities in Hawaii, Utah and Michigan.

Target Audience: military energy planners, developers, regulators, legislators, utility planners.

Audience Take-Aways: Comprehend the value that microgrids bring to military bases. Understand key elements of military microgrids and how they interact with neighboring power grids. Grasp the challenges that must be overcome in developing microgrids in the military environment.

Speakers:

Steven Lichtin Director of Business Development
Go Electric Inc.
Urban Mobility, TNCs, and the Role of Storage in DC Fast Charge Deployment

Urban Mobility, TNCs, and the Role of Storage in DC Fast Charge Deployment

Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) are transforming how city-dwellers move about town. TNCs have sketched out bold visions for transitioning these high-mileage vehicles into electric vehicles, but to do so will require high-power, convenient hubs to get them charged up and back on the roads. Come hear what TNCs are planning and how energy storage can make their visions a reality.

Speakers:

Austin Heyworth Public Affairs Manager in California
Uber
Ben Mandel Northeast Regional Director
CALSTART
Lilly Shoup Senior Director of Transportation Policy
Lyft
Harmeet Singh Chief Technology Officer
Greenlots
Optimizing the Gas Fleet with Storage

Optimizing the Gas Fleet with Storage

GE will lead a discussion on how hybridizing the thermal fleet with energy storage can provide a no regrets choice to lead the transition to a low carbon energy production future. Existing thermal assets can be cost effectively leveraged by integrating high power energy storage systems to enable carbon free spinning reserves, accelerated flexible ramping, and enhanced turndown capabilities. Over time, as battery prices continue to decline and arbitrage opportunities more clearly develop, additional energy storage can be added to charge during the day, and offset the gas turbine output during the daily evening peak effectively lowering the overall heat rate. In this session, we will see examples of how storage is changing how we think about the gas fleet, and how it will integrate with gas turbines in the future to ensure the most reliable and diverse grid.

Target audience: utilities, grid planners, developers, resource managers.

Speakers:

Joseph Heinzmann Senior Account Manager
General Electric
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Lunch Available in the Expo Hall. Be sure to listen in on additional programming at the Expo Hall Stage while you enjoy your lunch.

Women in Storage Lunch

Women in Storage Lunch

Women in Storage Lunch

Expo Floor Programming

Expo Floor Programming

Expo Floor Programming

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Two to Tango: How Storage Complements Generation

Two to Tango: How Storage Complements Generation

The value of energy storage often greatly increases when it becomes a dance partner with other generating assets. This panel will explore how the flexibility of storage can help enhance the economics of both traditional and renewable generation assets. Panelists will discuss notable hybrid endeavors and how storage has enhanced the value of these projects in terms of improved dispatchability, increased output, and other attributes. The discussion will address the drivers behind the growing trend of hybrid approaches for joining storage assets with other resources, and the potential impacts on project economics.

Target Audience: Developers of unconventional and renewable generation projects, investors, utility executives, grid operators.

Audience Take-Aways: Appreciate the growing trend of combining energy storage with other generating assets, Understand the multiple use cases and underlying rationale.

Speakers:

Stefan Alwers Senior Solutions Expert
Siemens
Matt Stedl Development Director - Energy Storage
Tradewind Energy
Caleb Waugh Head of Business Analytics
Lockheed Martin Energy
Who Owns the Microgrid?

Who Owns the Microgrid?

Microgrids are popping up all over North America, from hospitals, to retail stores, to campuses to entire communities both rural and urban. As microgrids become more common, the question becomes who owns the microgrid? This session will delve into various aspects of microgrid ownership, maintenance, liability and investment to provide more context around how to increase microgrid deployment.

Audience: Utilities, coops, developers, C&I, policy makers, service providers

Speakers:

Anastasia Palivos Acting Commissioner
Illinois Commerce Commission
Ted Reguly Director of Growth and Technology Integration
San Diego Gas and Electric
Douglas Staker Vice President
Enernoc
Role of Regulators in Accelerating Fleet Electrification

Role of Regulators in Accelerating Fleet Electrification

Utility regulators across the country are opening proceedings to assess the role of utilities and ratepayer dollars in providing electric vehicle infrastructure for fleets and the general driving public. On this panel, we will feature diverse perspectives on the question of how utility regulation can balance the policy and business imperatives of fleet electrification with potential cost impacts on ratepayers.

Speakers:

Megha Lakhchaura Director of Policy
EVBox
Ryan Schuchard Policy Director
CALSTART
Road-tripping through the USA Storage Markets

Road-tripping through the USA Storage Markets

Join us for an informative "roadtrip" across the USA, stopping off at hot energy storage markets and interesting projects along the way! This session will host representatives from the southeast, New York, Minnesota, and Arizona and give some regional flavor to energy storage developments.

Target Audience: Developers looking to understand regional markets, regulators, planners from municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utilities.

Take-Aways: a comprehension of regional markets and storage opportunities

Speakers:

Dr. William Acker Executive Director
New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium
Bert Taube Energy Storage and Solar PV Manager
Southern Research
3:00 pm - 3:05 pm
5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

3:05 pm - 3:45 pm
Super Smart Storage

Super Smart Storage

Batteries on the grid are useless without associated and applied intelligence. This panel will discuss how data analytics and intelligent software bring value to the storage game. Panelists will discuss the state-of-the-art in battery aggregation software? They will highlight use cases that demonstrate the ability to deploy storage assets to address various opportunities, and the resulting value that is created. They will address challenges that remain to be solved and the future state of the storage software industry.

Target Audience: Developers, regulators, investors, and planners from municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utilities.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand the value that software brings to storage deployments, the specific issues software needs to solve. Grasp the future potential of combining advanced software with energy storage assets.

Speakers:

Timothy Allen Senior Director - Energy Storage
Sempra Energy
Bjoern Christensen Chief Strategy Officer
Nuvve
Danny Kennedy Managing Director
California Clean Energy Fund
Making Island Life a Breeze

Making Island Life a Breeze

Small island nations, often served by a single, vertically-integrated utility largely with diesel generation, are rife with opportunity for energy storage. High and volatile prices of imported fossil fuels, alongside the falling prices of solar and wind technologies, have hastened the transition to renewable energy in recent years. However, due to the small size of these systems it is much easier and quicker for these islands to reach high instantaneous penetration of intermittent renewables, which can cause grid stability issues with cloud coverage and wind variability, creating an opportunity for energy storage. In addition to renewable firming and ramp rate control, small island utilities depend on high spinning reserve requirements to ensure reliability. This operation of diesel generators at lower fuel efficiency opens the door for energy storage to play a role in spinning reserve replacement, even in systems without renewable energy. This presentation will highlight several case studies of energy storage investigations, lessons learned, and opportunities in Caribbean small island nations.

Target Audience: microgrid and storage developers, investors, regulators, and grid planners with isolated systems.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand issues related to isolated power grids and the role that energy storage can play in improving operations and economics of these systems, particularly when combined with renewable resources.

Speakers:

Stephen Mushegan Associate Director
Clinton Foundation
EV Battery Recycling and Second Life

EV Battery Recycling and Second Life

With millions of electric vehicles hitting the roads in the next five years, EV battery re-use and recycling becomes an important part of the sustainability discussion. This session will explore use cases and opportunities to turn outdated EV batteries into activated grid resources.

Speakers:

Julie Blunden Executive Vice President, Business Development
EVgo
Eva Diess Vice President
The Mobility House
Jasna Tomic Research Director
CALSTART
A Landmark Storage Procurement

A Landmark Storage Procurement

A fireside chat with the key parties behind the world's largest energy storage procurement which took place in California, PG&E’s intention to procure 567.5 MW of energy storage in July, 2018. This procurement proves that storage is an effective reliability alternative to gas. Come hear about the specifics of this project and the details behind this impressive endeavor.

Target Audience: Project developers, utility executives, regulators, market operators.

Audience Take-Aways: an understanding of the economics and logic behind utility-scale storage, and possible implications of other markets.

3:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Coffee Break in Expo Hall

Coffee Break in Expo Hall

Afternoon Coffee Break in Expo Hall

4:15 pm - 5:05 pm
Keynotes

Keynotes

Wednesday Afternoon Keynote Sessions

Further information will become available soon!

5:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Expo Hall Closes

Expo Hall Closes

As the Expo Hall closes, we invite us to join us for the Award Ceremony in the Keynote Theater prior to the ESNA Networking Party at the Rose Bowl.

5:05 pm - 5:30 pm
Award Ceremony

Award Ceremony

Innovation and Champion Award Ceremony.

5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
ESNA Networking Party

ESNA Networking Party

ESNA Networking Party at the Pasadena Rose Bowl Stadium Loge Lounge hosted by Johnson Controls.

November 8

8:00 am - 9:00 am
Networking Breakfast

Networking Breakfast

Continental Breakfast available for ESNA Conference Attendees in Keynote Theater.

9:00 am - 10:30 am
Keynotes

Keynotes

Thursday Morning Keynotes

10:30 am - 10:50 am
Morning Break / Expo Hall Opens

Morning Break / Expo Hall Opens

Coffee Break in Expo Hall

Global Grid Transformation
Risk Management
Utility Leadership
10:50 am - 11:50 am
Regional Breakout Sessions (Part 1)

Regional Breakout Sessions (Part 1)

This morning sessions will focus on specific regions. The break-outs are:

1. The Americas: Storage Coming of Age in Latin America – Special Focus on Mexico
2. Australia: A Look into the Future - What is Next for the World's RD&D Sandbox?
3. Europe: Sectoral Convergence & Approaches to Grid Modernization

Target Audience: Storage and renewable energy project developers, investors and regulators, market operators.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand key issues related to various regionals and implications for other markets.

Speakers:

Paul De Martini Managing Director
Newport Consulting Group,LLC
Mark Higgins Chief Operating Officer
Strategen
Hasan Oezdem Head of Technology Management
Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Mark Paterson General Manager
Horizon Power
Urban Windelen Executive Director
BVES E.V. - GERMAN ENERGY STORAGE ASSOCIATION
Rudolf Zauner Head of Hydrogen Center
VERBUND
Future-Proofing Energy Storage Investments

Future-Proofing Energy Storage Investments

This session will examine how to plan long-term energy storage investments in a time of changing markets. Panelists will weigh in on how developers and investors alike can address and mitigate multiple financial risks related to storage projects, including possibilities of market saturation, changing use cases, changing markets and valuation of services, and the possible stroke of the regulatory pen.

Target Audience: Investors, developers and project owners, planners from municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utilities

Audience Take-Aways: Comprehend risks related to storage investments, evolving markets, and the changing regulatory framework.

Speakers:

Logan Goldie-Scot Team Leader, Energy Storage Insight
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
John Jung President & CEO
Greensmith Energy Management Systems, a Wärtsilä Company
Karim Wazni Managing Director
Younicos
Storage as Transmission

Storage as Transmission

In just a few years, energy storage serving as a transmission asset has gone from a hypothetical possibility to a reality, with first projects already deployed or in motion, and storage starting to be integrated into transmission planning processes. Pacific Gas & Electric and Arizona Public Service have already deployed or planned energy storage projects in transmission applications, and storage is being actively considered as a transmission asset in open planning windows in markets like PJM, CAISO and MISO. This panel will explore current projects, regulatory structures and commercial models enabling this emerging application, and also discuss challenges ahead for its widespread adoption.

Target Audience: Utility regulators, leaders and planners from municipal, cooperative and investor-owned utilities, and project developers.

Take-Aways: Realize the potential for utility-scale storage to step in as an asset to be considered during the transmission planning process, and understand the specific benefits of storage as a transmission-related asset.

Speakers:

Kiran Kumaraswamy Market Applications Director
Fluence
Alex Morris Vice President Advocacy
Strategen
11:50 am - 11:55 am
5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

5 Minute Transition

11:55 am - 12:30 pm
Regional Breakout Sessions (Part 2)

Regional Breakout Sessions (Part 2)

This morning sessions will focus on specific regions. The break-outs are:

1. The Americas: Storage Coming of Age in Latin America – Special Focus on Mexico
2. Australia: A Look into the Future - What is Next for the World's RD&D Sandbox?
3. Europe: Sectoral Convergence & Approaches to Grid Modernization

Target Audience: Storage and renewable energy project developers, investors and regulators, market operators.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand key issues related to various regionals and implications for other markets.

Speakers:

Paul De Martini Managing Director
Newport Consulting Group,LLC
Mark Higgins Chief Operating Officer
Strategen
Mark Paterson General Manager
Horizon Power
Urban Windelen Executive Director
BVES E.V. - GERMAN ENERGY STORAGE ASSOCIATION
Identifying, Assigning and Allocating Risk

Identifying, Assigning and Allocating Risk

Reducing risk upfront through responsible contracting.

Speakers:

Jay Goldin Vice President, Green Tech Solutions
Munich RE
William Holmes Partner
K&L Gates
Getting to 100% Renewable

Getting to 100% Renewable

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is aggressively planning to decarbonize its grid, and has taken several critical steps in that direction, including development of a 20 MW storage system, and the possibility of a large pumped hydro project at the Hoover dam. Hear how LADWP is already deploying storage, and planning for additional resources, to enable a green grid.

Target Audience: Municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utility executives, local and state government officials, project developers, regulators.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand the benefits and challenges inherent in planning for and implementing a city-scale carbon-free grid.

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Lunch Break

Lunch Break

Lunch Available in the Expo Hall. Be sure to listen in on additional programming at the Expo Hall Stage while you enjoy your lunch.

Global Grid VIP Lunch

Global Grid VIP Lunch

Global Grid VIP Lunch

Expo Floor Programming

Expo Floor Programming

Expo Floor Programming

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Wholesale Market Design Global Best Practices

Wholesale Market Design Global Best Practices

Join practitioners from multiple countries to discuss what market design elements work best to promote energy storage and where improvements are necessary. This interactive session will seek to answer the following questions:
• What types of rules are wholesale market operators likely to develop for integrating and compensating storage resources?
• What additional value streams should be considered?
• What wholesale market design lessons could be learned from Europe, Australia, or markets in the Americas?
• How will future markets and rules change, as power grids evolve with increasing amounts of renewables, electric vehicles, and other assets on both sides of the meter?


Target Audience: Grid-scale storage and renewable energy project developers, investors and regulators, market operators.

Audience Take-Aways: Integrate knowledge of best practices from energy storage projects across the globe.

Speakers:

Anthony Seipolt Advisor
Australian Energy Regulator
Managing Physical Risk

Managing Physical Risk

There are many components of physical risk associated with energy storage. This panel has assembled a diverse group to highlight the various aspects of physical risk and suggest solutions for risk mitigation. The panel will cover items from selecting the right system upfront, to assessing systems for long-term physical performance, to safe installation and maintenance. Each speaker will present their organization’s role in the process: including manufacturing, testing, design, and installation of the system. They will share their priorities, how they protect the public, and how they protect financial interests.

Target Audience: Developers, owners, leaders from insurance and utility industries.

Audience Take-Aways: Perceive potential risks related to installation and operation of energy storage projects, and understand how those risks can be addressed at various stages in the process.

Speakers:

Dan Cohee Vice President
PDE Total Energy Solutions
Jake Edie Business Development Director
S&C Electric Company
Davion Hill Energy Storage Leader, Americas
DNV GL
Bernie Kotlier Executive Director
IBEW-NECA California & Nevada
Megan Vidal Business Development
UL
EV Rate Programs that Work

EV Rate Programs that Work

Electric Vehicles are a key element of a carbon-free future. At the same time, they offer the potential for utilities to boost sales and utilize integrated EV assets to strengthen the grid. A key part of fostering EV - and ensuring that EVs are integrated into the grid in a beneficial manner – is the development of rate programs that incentivize desired behaviors. This panel will discuss the elements of EV rate programs that work best, as well as elements to avoid.

Target Audience: Municipal, cooperative, and investor-owned utility executives, local and state government officials, executives from electric charging infrastructure and automotive companies.

Audience Take-Aways: Grasp the essential issues related to design of EV rate programs. Understand which elements work best, and why.

Speakers:

Erika Meyers Director of Research
Smart Electric Power Alliance
Kevin Schwain Electric Vehicle Program Lead
Xcel Energy
3:05 pm - 3:45 pm
Distributed Storage Global Best Practices

Distributed Storage Global Best Practices

Join our global delegation from over 25 countries to discuss what works and what does not in this interactive session. We will seek to answer the following questions:
• What applications are driving distributed storage deployment across the globe?
• What factors contribute to this growth, including the regulatory environment and business cases?
• What relevant lessons do these case studies hold for other markets?
• What impacts are these deployments are having on grid architecture, and the relationship between distribution and transmission operations?

Speakers:

Paul De Martini Managing Director
Newport Consulting Group,LLC
Emerging Challenges & Risks along the Battery Supply Chain

Emerging Challenges & Risks along the Battery Supply Chain

The energy storage industry is expected to see tremendous growth over the coming years. These vast new business opportunities signify new challenges that must be thoroughly understood and addressed. This panel will explain the nature and origin of the key emerging issues along the battery storage supply chain, including: the sourcing dominance of vehicle OEMs for battery cells and resulting supply challenges for stationary storage players; the looming cobalt crunch stemming from increasing demand, and related supply concentration and sustainability issues; and the glut of EV batteries after reaching their primary end of life. Potential mitigation solutions will be investigated, including creative sourcing strategies, ways to reduce the dependence on cobalt, and battery recovery strategies around the globe.

Target Audience: Storage and renewable energy project developers, investors and project owners, utility executives, regulators, and legislators.

Audience Take-Aways: Grasp the key issues related to the battery supply chain, including sourcing of critical inputs and development of end-of-life strategies.

Speakers:

Florian Mayr Partner
Apricum
Yayoi Sekine Energy Storage Analyst
Bloomberg NEF
Homing in on Residential Storage

Homing in on Residential Storage

Behind the Meter Residential Storage is often employed as an isolated and stand-alone solution, for either resiliency or self-consumption of renewables. However, it is also being networked, coordinated and integrated into the grid with increasing frequency. This panel will discuss the development of on-site residential storage, existing business cases, and its potential future on our evolving electric power grids, as it becomes increasingly aggregated and dispatched to address grid-related issues.

Target Audience: Storage developers, on-site solar developers, regulators, state and local politicians, planners for municipal, cooperative and investor-owned utilities.

Audience Take-Aways: Understand the use cases and value that emerging storage is bringing to the grid, and grasp the long-term potential of this asset.

Speakers:

Ani Backa Director of Regulatory Strategy
Sonnen
3:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Closing Happy Hour

Closing Happy Hour

Closing Happy Hour in Expo Hall