Make the most of your time in Dallas by choosing from a variety of co-located events. DISTRIBUTECH International partners with some of the most innovative organizations and programs, designed to give our attendees an edge from every angle of the industry.

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Strategies for Building Inclusive Transportation Electrification Planning

Tuesday, January 25th | 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM CT 

Description:

Forth is partnering with Clarion Events to bring Distributech attendees a workshop for public and private utility project managers and product specialists working within the transportation electrification field. Strategies for Building Inclusive Transportation Electrification Planning will be an engaging 4-hour workshop that will explore the importance of equitable access to clean transportation and strategies to ensure utility programs and initiatives support historically underserved communities. The workshop will also highlight the current state of the EV market, updates on regulatory proceedings as well as charging at Multi-Unit Dwellings.

Summary: 

  1. Updates on EV Market
  2. Learn how to engage stakeholders and communities to reflect their needs in TE planning
  3. Hear from your peers on what they’ve learned in implementing programs to date and how that’s informing future planning

Who Should Attend:

Utility representatives engaged with transportation electrification programs (project managers,  product specialists public or private) and utility association representatives

Cost:

$250 members/ $295 non-members

Partner:

forth

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SECC's 2022 Consumer Symposium

Tuesday, January 25th | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CT 

Description:

SECC’s Consumer Symposium is a one-of-a-kind event that focuses on energy customers and their relationships with the smart grid, grid edge tech, and related programs & services. Through engaging sessions with industry thought leaders, Symposium attendees will gain actionable insights for developing innovative solutions to engage consumers in smart energy in 2022 and beyond.

Summary: 

  • Learn primary research on what residential consumers need and wants
  • Hear industry thought leaders discuss innovative strategies and programs
  • Get real-life insights on customer programs from leading utilities

Who Should Attend:

Utility employees focusing on customer engagement, customer service, market research, marketing/communications, and smart energy technologies Technology vendors and consultant firms partnering with utilities in these areas Consumer advocates, regulatory staff, and other industry stakeholders

Cost:

Early Bird (until 11/22): $200 (SECC Member)/ $250 (Non-Member)
After 11/22: $250 (SECC Member); $300 (Non-Member)

Partner:

secc

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