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Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange (formerly Colorado Utility Efficiency Exchange) facilitates a networking and professional development conference for staff representatives of energy and water utilities serving Colorado and neighboring states who are responsible for developing and implementing customer programs related to energy/water efficiency, renewable energy, demand response and key account customer management. This event attracts about 150 utility and government staff as well as trade allies that provide products and services to support utility programs. The agenda focuses on best practices from regional utilities. This conference is not about how to influence policies or motivate utilities to take action, but rather how utilities that already recognize the need and value are developing and implementing customer programs.

In the News:

How Alphabet's Nest Helps Utilities Cope With Summer Heat Waves
by Katie Fehrenbacher, August 29, 2016, Forbes

Utilities must innovate to survive technology-driven market disruption, report says

By Laura D'Alessandro, Public Power Daily, August 25, 2016

Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange a decade strong, growing 
by Kevon Storie, Energy Services Bulletin, August 18, 2016

Archived Recordings

Sneak Peek Preview of Closing Keynote for 10th Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange
with Ben Bixby, Nest Labs

Ben will speak about “Future Business Models and Partnering Strategies for Utilities" as part of the Exchange’s theme of “Where Will Utilities be in 10 Years?” Ben Bixby steers Nest's new product and global business development with its energy partners. Ben came to Nest in early 2013 when Nest acquired MyEnergy, the venture-backed energy data technology company he founded in 2007 and led as its CEO—and which now powers a number of Nest's energy data capabilities.

Sneak Peek Preview of Opening Keynote for 10th Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange
with Bryan Hannegan, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Bryan will speak about “The Challenge and Promise of Energy Systems Integration” as part of the Exchange’s theme of “Where Will Utilities be in 10 Years?” Bryan leads NREL's global initiative to optimize links between electricity, fuel, thermal, water, and communication networks for a more sustainable society. Prior to joining NREL, he held leadership positions in fossil energy, renewable energy, and environmental science and technology at the Electric Power Research Institute, and served as a senior energy advisor to President George W. Bush as well as a staff scientist for the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.

Sneak Peek Preview of 10th Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange Agenda

This webinar recording features Advisory Committee members reviewing the agenda and activities. Learn whether attending this event is right for you and discover who else from your organization might benefit from attending.

2015 Conference Overview
2015 Conference Overview
Why You Should Attend in 2016

Why You Should Attend in 2016

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Save the Date: 11th Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange, September 27-29, 2017

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