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    The United States Energy Association (USEA) and USAID's Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation - Discussion


    September 15, 2022 - Washington Daybook

     

      TIME: Advisory

      EVENT: The United States Energy Association (USEA) and USAID's Bureau for Development, Democracy and Innovation hold a virtual discussion, beginning at 10 a.m., on "An Overview of the Challenges and Opportunities Across the Energy Management Landscape - From Bulk Systems to Building Systems."

      PARTICIPANTS: Scott Coe, founder and president of Grid Optimize; Rich Barone, chief growth officer of renewables at the TRC Companies, Inc; and Johanna Koolemans-Beynen, USEA program manager

      DATE: September 14, 2022

      LOCATION: None given

      CONTACT: Dominic Levings, 202-312-1230, dlevings@usea.org [Note: Register at https://usea.org/event/overview-challenges-and-opportunities-across-energy-management-landscape-bulk-systems-building ]

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