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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Utilities are expanding demand response (DR) programs to increase both the scale and value created for both consumers and the utility. Collaboration is key, with technology partners helping more effectively engage consumers and manage a wider range of connected and distributed energy resources. In this webinar on Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. (ET), speakers from Consumers Energy and Uplight will share their experiences in 2020 where they offered 100,000 no-cost smart thermostats to consumers, enrolling them in a DR…Find out more »
This webinar was originally scheduled for Thursday, February 18 at 1 p.m. (ET); however, due to the emergency situation in Texas, it will now broadcast on Thursday, February 25 at 1 p.m. (ET). We apologize for any inconvenience. While smart energy technologies are transforming the energy sector in many ways, lower-income communities, particularly People of Color (POC) and Black households, are often excluded from the benefits. However, these consumers typically have the most to gain from the environmental and financial…Find out more »
In this webinar on Tuesday, March 9 at 1 p.m. (ET), we will look at how stakeholders can assist consumers as they continue to deal with challenges related to COVID-19. First, Aimee Gendusa-English, Lead Service Liaison at Illinois CUB, will talk about recent legislation to help consumers with their energy bills during this time. Then, Yami Newell, Associate Director, Community Projects at Elevate, will discuss how Elevate implements energy programs designed to increase equity in access to clean and affordable…Find out more »
In this Research Brief Webinar on Tuesday, March 30 at 1 p.m. (ET), featured speakers will discuss the six major themes on energy consumers’ needs and wants from the “2021 State of the Consumer” report, a meta-analysis of SECC’s 2020 research findings and case studies. Please bring questions on the needs and wants of today’s energy consumers for the 15-minute Q&A session. Register here > > >Find out more »