A National Summit on Smart Grid and Climate Change


You should consider attending this event if you:

  • Work in a State Utility Commission, State Energy Office, State Air Agency, or Governor’s Office;
  • Have responsibility in a utility for demand response, smart grid, distribution management or risk management;
  • Are a company who provides smart grid and demand response technologies and services;
  • Are in a federal agency dealing with energy, environment, commerce, trade, or emergency preparedness and management;
  • Are a policymaker with responsibility for smart grid and/climate change policy;
  • Are a researcher or consultant that advises other parties on smart grid and climate change;
  • Or are a member of the overall energy and environmental communities that wants to understand the important new nexus of smart grid and climate change.

We had a great mix of attendees come to the 2015 Summit. was your company one of them?

Advanced Energy Economy
Alabama Power Company
American Council on Renewable Energy
American Public Power Association
America’s Power Plan
Argus Media
Arizona Public Service
Baltimore Gas & Electric
Bipartisan Policy Center
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
California ISO
Carnegie Mellon University/Software Engineering Institute
Clean Energy Group
Climate Institute
Con Edison
DC Climate Action
Digital Energy and Sustainable Solutions Campaign
Dominion Energy Solutions
DTE Energy
Dual Fuel Corp
Duke Energy
EarthSpark International
E&E Publishing
Electric Drive Transportation Association
Elevate Energy
Energy Efficiency Markets
Engility Corp
Environmental Defense Fund
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Greentech Media
IFC The World Bank
Illinois Commerce Commission
ISO New England
Jewell & Associates, PLLC
Johns Hopkins SAIS
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Levitan & Associates, Inc.
Lucas Brown Clean Energy Analytics
Maryland Clean Energy Center
Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
Michigan Public Service Commission
Minnesota Department of Commerce
Minnesota Public Utilities Commission
Missouri Public Service Commission
National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners
National Association of State Energy Agencies
National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates
National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Nest Labs
New Jersey BPU
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
NMR Group, Inc.
North American Electric Reliability Corporation
North Carolina Utilities Commission
Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM)
Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management
Office of the People’s Counsel for the District of Columbia
Pacific Gas & Electric
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Philadelphia Industrial Development Corps
Pierce County Washington
PJM Interconnection
Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia
Public Utilities Fortnightly
Regulatory Assistance Project
Resource Mobilization Advisors
Rocky Mountain Institute
Salt River Project
San Diego Gas & Electric
Schiff Hardin LLP
Schneider Electric
Silver Spring Networks
Smart Grid Today
Southern California Edison
Southern Company
Sustainable FERC
Syracuse University
The Aspen Institute
The Association for Demand Response & Smart Grid
The Business Council for Sustainable Energy
The Edison Institute
The Freimuth Group
The Integral Group
The Willdan Group
US Department of Energy
US Environmental Protection Agency
US House of Representatives – Office of Congressman Jerry McNerney
US Senate – Office of Senator Mark Warner
Utility Dive
Vanguard Communications
Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy
Wayne State University
WeatherBug Home
Wedgemere Group
White House Council on Environmental Quality
White House National Security Council
White House Office of Management and Budget
Women’s Council on Energy Efficiency and the Environment
Wright Strategies

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