Grid Evolution Summit – A National Town Meeting, July 9 - 12, Washington, DC

  • 9 July 2018 To 12 July 2018
  • Event Location : TBD, Washington, WA, United States
Grid Evolution Summit – A National Town Meeting,  July 9 - 12, Washington, DC
Event Description

From the state of the 51st State to expert insights from regulators and Congressman Paul Tonko, last year’s summit exceeded all expectations.

Learn why regulators, utility commissioners, the department of energy, congressional officials, companies like Microsoft and others all make their voice heard at the Grid Evolution Summit; where bright minds and powerful ideas are transforming the electric sector.

Do more than talk about electric evolution – create it at the Grid Evolution Summit. Be a part of the conversation as industry stakeholders determine how the electric sector will evolve, modernize the grid, and better integrate distributed energy resources.

The Grid Evolution Summit is unique because all electricity stakeholders are coming together to build the future of electricity. At the Summit, it’s not just talk – it’s action.

Discuss and debate the latest trends, issues, and business developments with industry influencers

Attend panel discussions, roundtables, case studies, and presentations on emerging best practices

Create and evaluate potential solutions to roadblocks preventing electric industry transformation

Tackle issues head-on through summit technical working group sessions

Connect with top business leaders and policymakers

Broaden your industry relationships through receptions and networking sessions

  • Event type
    • Conference/Expo

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