November 3-4, 2015, Charlotte, NC
Gain real-world insight from market practitioners, technology firms, and energy utilities/marketers active in the demand response marketplace. About 150 industry professionals are expected to attend, including: energy utility/marketer/regulatory staff, responsible for demand response as well as Industry advisors, including consultants as well as product and service providers. To learn more and see the agenda, go to www.peakload.org/event/16thfall.
ALCA/ULME Fall 2015 Meeting
November 4-5, 2015, hosted by Duke Energy in Charlotte, North Carolina following 16th PLMA Fall Conference
The Utility Load Management Exchange (formerly known as Advanced Load Control Alliance (ALCA) promotes load control as a viable option for utility deployments in demand reduction, economic dispatch, and/or T&D reliability through a forum for utility staff members to share information on program design, marketing, vendor management, benefit-costs and technology deployments. This is a unique, utility-only event, and there is no registration fee to attend. To learn more go to www.ulme.org.
36th Utility Energy Forum
May 4-6, 2016, Granlibakken Tahoe, Tahoe City, CA
Utility Energy Forum, Inc. is a non-profit consortium that produces an annual meeting for attendees, presenters, sponsors and exhibitors to have a high-quality, non-commercial opportunity to exchange information about current and emerging industry issues. To learn more go to http://www.utilityforum.org/.
September 28 - September 30, 2015, Aspen Meadows, Aspen, CO
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.To learn more and see visit the 9th Rocky Mountain Utility Efficiency Exchange. To see the archive, please visit utilityexchange.org/2015-RMUEE-Conference.