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Clean Energy Meets the Electric Utility Industry

The industry is going through massive change – don’t miss your chance to understand how you can take advantage of the changes.

Join Utility Classroom for a special one-day workshop during National Clean Energy Week in Washington, DC – we will cover how clean energy is impacting the entire electric utility industry. Come with the questions you always wanted to ask! When it’s over, you’ll understand the difference between clean, green, and renewable energy choices; see how well renewable energy choices are competing with traditional energy choices; how the electric grid works and how organized electricity markets function – why the grid is not going to melt down as more variable solar and wind resources are added; why utility regulation models may not encourage change; how solar changed everything; where the greatest opportunities are for clean energy jobs and innovation; the challenges and promises of electrifying the  transportation industry and so much more! Throughout the day we will simplify the overly complex industry jargon and help you gain better insights into the changes, challenges, and opportunities for you in today’s new energy marketplace. Meet and network with your peers…it’s worth a day of your time.

If you are newer to the industry or you communicate, do business development or marketing, finance, legal, or IT around the electric utility industry for developers, suppliers, utilities, clean energy companies, new service companies, associations, or policy makers, or you are an experienced professional looking for a comprehensive refresher or an update on disruption in the industry then this program will educate you on the clean energy transition in an enjoyable, interactive workshop setting.

  • Price: $599
  • Registration deadline: September 21, 2018
  • Hours: 830AM to 4PM
  • Location: 1100 G St. NW, Washington, DC
  • Instructor: Scott Williams
2018-09-25 08:00:002018-09-25 16:00:00America/New_YorkClean Energy Meets the Electric Utility Industry1100 G St. NW, Washington, DC