2019 Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium to Focus on Smart Utilities and Smart Customers in the Age of Digital Transformation
Industry’s Leading Smart Grid Event that Focuses on Customer Benefits of Grid Modernization to Take Place in Washington, DC this October
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#AMI—SmartEnergy IP™, a division of SmartMark Communications, announced today its 9th annual Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium. This year’s event, which will focus on the impact of digital transformation on smart grid customer experience, including optimization of AMI infrastructure as a platform for improved customer communication, smart cities, smart homes and smart customers.
The 2019 Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium will take place on October 29, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, DC.
“This is an exciting time for utilities, as they continue to evolve and improve their relationship with customers,” said Juliet Shavit, President of SmartEnergy IP. “From the latest applications to educate and engage consumers, to the tools now available in our homes and in our communities to improve our lives, utilities have become powerful central forces in the investment and optimization of emerging technologies’ innovative applications.”
This is the 9th year of the conference, which has always been focused on the customer benefits of smart grid. The event is designed to educate utilities, regulators and stakeholders on best practices in educating and engaging consumers on the benefits of their smart grid technology investments. Today that means not only AMI deployments, but dynamic pricing, time-of-use programs, advanced bundled services and new applications designed to empower consumers to save energy and money.
To learn more about speaking opportunities or to register for the 2019 Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium, visit www.smartgridcustomereducation.com.
About the Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium
The Smart Grid Customer Education Symposium is the longest-running, most influential gathering of utility industry professionals that meet annually to discuss best practices in smart grid customer education. Both marketing and technology professionals will gain from the experience of listening to industry best practices and candid stories around benefits of utility technology investments for consumers.
SmartMark Communications, LLC for SmartEnergy IP™
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