14th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange, Sept. 29 - Oct. 2, 2020 in Aspen, Colorado

Call for Presenters is Open through March 2, 2020

The Advisory Committee is now accepting session proposals for the 14th Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange. Preference will be given to presentations that relate to the challenges of engaging utility customers/consumers/members or demonstrate utility collaboration.


The event will explore case study best practices and lessons learned about programs related to energy (gas and electricity) efficiency, water conservation, strategy, issues, and integration with renewable energy, flexible load management, strategic load growth, and other customer-facing initiatives.

Share with us how your organization is collaborating with other utilities and/or other departments in your own utility to take a customer-oriented approach to achieve greater impacts in residential, commercial, and industrial end-use applications. Special consideration will be given to sessions that address:

  • Consumer engagement and apply unifying messages
  • How gas, electric, and/or water utility programs are demonstrating cooperation across departments or service territories to improve the customer experience
  • New energy efficiency and load management technology, storage, electric vehicles
  • Energy efficiency and renewables program collaboration to align with local/regional sustainability goals
  • Demonstrations of strategic on-site distributed energy resources and grid modernization
  • Transportation (electric vehicles, fleet, customer programs)
  • Customer Engagement / Key Account Programs
  • Utility Business Models

The Rocky Mountain Utility Exchange is a networking and professional development forum for about 150 utility and government organization staff as well as trade allies who provide products and services to support utility customer programs. The conference will provide general and breakout session interaction as well as networking opportunities.

Proposed presentation formats should take into consideration that presentation should reserve 1/3 of the time for Q&A.  Session formats may include:

  • General or breakout sessions up to 30 minutes in length inclusive of Q&A
  • Snapshot panel talks up to 5 minutes in length
  • Poster discussions during the Wednesday evening reception
  • Workshops or Roundtable Discussions up to 2 hours in length on Tuesday afternoon
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Submissions will be accepted through midnight, March 2, 2020