Join us for these upcoming industry events, including SECC’s two annual conferences, monthly webinars, research presentations from SECC staff and partner events.
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As electric utilities and policymakers look for ways to address climate change, widespread electrification is likely on the horizon. While the industry is grappling with options and opportunities, it is important to understand consumer interest in electrification and the consumer benefits from transitioning from fossil fuels in space heating, transportation, cooking and water heating. In this Research Brief Webinar, the featured speakers will explore the new “Beneficial Electrification: The Voice of the Consumer” research that investigated interest in transitioning to…Find out more »
Over the last few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has quickly transformed the day-to-day lives for most Americans. Many have unfortunately found themselves out of work or with reduced hours, while everyone has been spending more time at home except for frontline workers. The energy sector, too, has felt the impacts of COVID-19 in the way of changing daily loads, new challenges in delivering programs, evolving customer expectations and more. In this Helping Consumers Through COVID Webinar, we will take a…Find out more »
Join stakeholders from across the industry for SEPA's 2020 Grid Evolution Summit in a neutral environment including regulators, ISOs, utilities, technology providers and academics. The Grid Evolution Summit is the event for energy professionals who want the tools, insights and expertise to achieve a carbon-free energy system by 2050.Find out more »
Join SECC at the 10th Annual Members Meeting & Fall Workshop, a two-day collaborative forum on the latest trends affecting energy consumers and how stakeholders can more effectively meet and exceed the expectations of today’s consumers. Hosted by Puget Sound Energy at their headquarters in Bellevue, Wash., the 10th Annual Members Meeting will also cover the most pertinent areas of need in research and education and where our organization’s efforts can be best focused for 2021.Find out more »