SmartEnergy IP™, a division of SmartMark Communications, announced that it will host the 2016 Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium, in partnership with PECO, on September 29th, 2016, at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market St, Philadelphia, PA.
The Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium is the longest-running, most influential conference of its kind, annually bringing together leaders, regulators, analysts, stakeholders, and solution providers from across the country and throughout the energy and utility industries to discuss and examine the importance of customer experience in smart grid programs.
The event will span a number of important topics, including:
- Educating Customers around Smart Meter Deployments
- Lessons Learned from Successful AMI Deployments
- Rolling Out Time-of-Use and Peak Pricing Programs
- Latest Advancements in Customer Experience Technologies
- Measuring Success: The Importance of Big Data and Analytics
- The Utility of the Future
- Stakeholder and Community Outreach
- The Smart Energy Revolution
“SmartEnergy IP is pleased to host this year’s Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium with PECO, Pennsylvania’s largest electric and natural gas utility, and our region’s energy provider,” said Juliet Shavit, SmartEnergy IP’s founder and CEO. “We are excited to highlight the benefits PECO has delivered to its customers through new, advanced metering technology and innovative new programs like PECO Smart Ideas, and the steps other utilities can take.”
This year, SmartEnergy IP will again celebrate the nation’s energy leaders in smart grid education at The 2016 Smart Grid Customer Education Awards at the show. These awards are given to utilities that demonstrate excellence in smart grid customer education. The deadline for award submissions is July 31, 2016. To apply for the Smart Grid Customer Education Awards, please visit www.smartgridcustomereducation.com/awards.
To register for the conference, visit www.smartgridcustomereducation.com. For more information, please contact SmartEnergy IP at 215-504-4272.
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