PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium announced today its stellar lineup of speakers for the 2021 event taking place on June 8th and 9th virtually. This year’s event focuses on the intersection of industry and policy and how innovation in technology and customer education are paving the way for a more sustainable energy future.
Keynoting the event will be Congressman Marc Veasey of Texas who is a longtime supporter of energy forward legislation that promotes innovation and fights climate change.
In addition, Commissioner Tim Echols of Georgia is the recipient of this year’s “Innovator of the Year” award for his tireless efforts to promote technology innovation and utility customer education.
With nearly 20 senior leaders from utilities across the country as well as influential policy makers and customer advocates, the Symposium is the most impactful conference on smart grid customer education in the utilities industry. This year’s event will also feature an interactive workshop with the U.S. Department of Energy focused on improving collaboration and communication between industry and the Federal government.
To learn more and register for the event, visit www.smartgridcustomereducation.com.
About the Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium
For more than ten years, the Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium has shed a spotlight on the role customers play in the adoption of smart grid and advanced technologies in the energy and utilities industries. The Symposium is produced by SmartEnergy IP, a division of SmartMark Communications, LLC. Learn more at www.smartgridcustomereducation.com.