Exploring the utility future: Strategic Choices – Striking Equilibrium
Want a view from the top on critical issues facing energy and utility industry and stakeholders? Industry leaders and CEOs are gathering at KEMA Utility of the Future 2010 forum in June to explore business and strategy implications of the rapidly evolving utility market landscape. The forum features a dynamite line-up of who’s who in energy and utility industry.
KEMA is gathering industry executives, senior financial analysts, government officials, and other utility stakeholders to discuss strategic directions in balancing changing customer expectations, technologies and environmental policies and regulations. KEMA’s third annual Utility of the Future Leadership Forum, “Strategic Choices – Striking Equilibrium,” is being held June 23 – 25, 2010 at The Four Seasons, Washington DC.
During the KEMA Utility of the Future forum, CEO’s will share their insights on strategy and challenges to engage customers and achieve a sustainable energy supply. Leaders and innovators across the energy industry will take part in discussions focused on customer engagement, investment strategy, regulatory policy, the state of carbon and environmental issues, and explore strategic views of what a sustainable, intelligent infrastructure will look like. Throughout the forum, there will be high-level networking opportunities to share perspectives, collaborate, and engage in dialog.
Featured speakers and panelists at KEMA’s Utility of the Future 2010 forum include:
– Phillip Barnett, CFO, PECO
– Terry Boston, CEO, PJM
– Hon. Garry Brown, Chairman, New York Public Service Commission
– Michael Burr, Editor-in-Chief, Public Utilities Fortnightly
– Bill Capp, CEO, Beacon Power
– Bob Catell, Chairman, NY Smart Grid Consortium and former CEO, National Grid US
– Scott DePasquale, Partner, Braemar Energy Ventures
– Harold DePriest, CEO, Chattanooga Electric Power Board
– Lisa Johnson, Executive Vice President, Power Supply, ODEC
– Ben Koch, Managing Partner, Southwest Securities, Inc.
– Hon. David Lott Hardy, Chairman, Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission
– John McDonald, General Manager – Marketing, GE Energy T&D
– Hon. Philip Moeller, Commissioner, FERC
– Michael Mudd, CEO, FutureGen
– Hon. David O’Brien, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Public Service
– Dan Reicher, Director of Climate Change Initiatives, Google (tentative)
– Jim Rogers, CEO, Duke Energy
– Hon. Alan Schriber, Chairman, Public Utilities Commission of Ohio
– Ivo Steklac, CEO, GreenBox
To register, and for more information on the KEMA Utility of the Future 2010 forum, visit: www.kema.com/UtilityFuture2010.
For a look into the insights gained from the previous years’ Utility of the Future leadership series, visit www.kema.com/UtilityFutureSeries.
Designed in concert with an advisory panel of insightful, forward-thinking senior industry executives, KEMA’s Utility of the Future leadership series provides a view from the top on critical issues facing energy and utility industry and stakeholders and offers opportunities for leaders to connect with their peers as they seek to build for the future.