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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While EV sales have grown rapidly in the U.S. and are forecasted to increase as automakers launch new models, many consumers are still uninformed about the basic facts of owning and operating an electric vehicle. In this hour-long Peer Connect Webinar on Thursday, May 30 at 1 p.m. (ET), we will look at the benefits that EVs can provide to consumers and the role that electricity providers can play in educating consumers about them. First, we will hear from Darren…Find out more »
The NEUAC Annual Conference is the nation's largest annual gathering of energy assistance leaders. During the three-day event, energy assistance professionals from across the country will convene at the Omni Fort Worth Hotel to take advantage of educational and networking opportunities and share experiences, challenges, solutions and successes. Join SECC's Deputy Director Nathan Shannon as he presents the main findings from the “Spotlight on Low-Income Consumers” report.Find out more »
Come together and connect with Landis+Gyr, peers, partners and industry experts at Exchange 2019. Attendees are in for three days full of user forums, training sessions, utility case studies and guest speakers who will challenge and inspire, including SECC’s President & CEO Patty Durand. Covering a range of topics, attendees will come away with ideas and actions to maximize your investment and manage energy better today. Connect to the future of the grid.Find out more »
There is only one place where all of the top electricity stakeholders, from regulators, ISOs and utilities to technology providers, academics and government agencies, put their heads together to determine how we will modernize the electric sector: the Grid Evolution Summit. Join SECC's President & CEO Patty Durand as she covers the main findings and implications from the “Data Analytics: Unlocking the Consumer Benefits” report.Find out more »