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Colorado Utilities and Allies Collaborate at 16th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange in Avon, Colorado on Sept. 26-29


 

 

    The 16th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange will be presented on September 26-29, 2022 in Avon, Colorado. Over 100 staff from energy utilities, government agencies, solution providers, and other industry allies have already registered. See the agenda and the over 100 peers who have already registered at www.utilityexchange.org/16th-exchange.

    Best practices and lessons learned are the focus of the Exchange agenda. The Utility and Government Roundtable features brief introductions by designated representatives from each utility and government agency participating highlighting one topic they'd like to learn more about or share their experience. Following introductions, there is a robust open exchange focused on the hot topics identified during the introductions. The agenda includes nine more sessions which are case-study oriented with plenty of time for discussion led by session co-chairs. Topics will include:

    • Building Battery Innovations
    • Beneficial Electrification Strategies
    • Electric Vehicle Drivers
    • Distributed Energy Resource Tactics
    • Heat Pump Insights
    • Residential Customer Engagement
    • Income-Qualified Customer Focus
    • Commercial Customer Initiatives
    • Looking Back to the Future

    To view the full agenda and register, visit www.utilityexchange.org/16th-exchange .

    About the Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange: Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange is a networking and professional development forum for utility and government organization staff as well as industry allies. The target audience is the staff of energy utilities serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for the design and delivery of customer-centric utility programs, including resource efficiency/sustainability, load management/growth, distributed energy, and customer/member service operations. The agenda is developed from submissions through a call for presenters that are reviewed by a Scoring Group comprised of the Advisory Committee and sponsor organization representatives.

    About UtilityExchange.org: UtilityExchange.org is a private corporation that produces the Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange to help utilities and other organizations think strategically about industry-related initiatives and develop tactical action plans. Learn more at www.utilityexchange.org.

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