- Regular registration rate available through October 10.
- Make your hotel reservations now to take advantage of discounted prices and availability.
Join us in exploring innovative approaches for designing and delivering energy efficiency programs. At the premier utility-focused event, held every other year by ACEEE since 2001, we’ll address how utilities can best integrate energy efficiency into planning and operations. And we’ll do so in sunny Arizona, a leading state for efficiency programs that serve utility customers.
The energy landscape is quickly shifting, and efficiency is emerging as a least-cost way to address mounting concerns about system reliability, volatile fuel prices, power plant construction costs, and environmental compliance. Moreover, energy efficiency in our homes, businesses, and industries saves money, creates jobs, and improves the environment.
We're convening industry leaders to discuss the latest developments in using energy efficiency to meet new challenges as well as existing customer and utility needs
Find out which organizations participated in the 2015 National Conference on Energy Efficiency as a Resource here.
More information about this conference will be posted periodically. Please check back on this site to find out the latest.
Tuesday Keynote Speaker
Pat Vincent-Collawn is Chairman, President and CEO of PNM Resources, the parent company for utilities PNM in New Mexico and TNMP in Texas. She was recently elected as Chairman of the Edison Electric Institute. Read more about Pat's experience here.
Wednesday Keynote Speakers
Marion Gold was appointed to the Commission in June 2016. Commissioner Gold had previously served as Commissioner of the Rhode Island Office of Energy Resources (OER). Read more about Marion's experience here.
Val Jenson is Senior Vice President, Customer Operations, ComEd where he is responsible for managing development and delivery of the Company’s customer-facing products and services. Read more about Val's experience here.
Nancy Lange was appointed Commissioner to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission by Governor Mark Dayton, effective March 4, 2013, and appointed Chair, January 23, 2017. Read more about Nancy's experience here.
Highlighted topics include:
Latest news on state policies for utility energy efficiency
Leading energy efficiency program examples for all customer sectors
Regulatory mechanisms to encourage utility energy efficiency programs
Assessing energy efficiency potential
Emerging technologies and innovative programs for energy efficiency
Key EM&V issues and recent regional and national results
Methods and approaches for assessing cost-effectiveness
Integrated resource planning and energy efficiency
Energy efficiency effects on T&D and system reliability
Environmental and health effects of energy efficiency
Integrating energy efficiency and demand response
The role of energy efficiency in the utility of the future
Sessions on CHP, low-income and multifamily housing, water and EE, etc.
2017 Advisory Committee
|Andrew Bevington, Pacific Gas and Electric Company||Manesh Rukadikar, DTE Energy|
|Daniel Dreiling, Salt River Project||Lisa Shea, Eversource|
|Howard Geller, Southwest Energy Efficiency Project||Teri VanSumeren, Consumers Energy|
|Debbie Lindeman, Tucson Electric Power||Shawn White, Xcel Energy|
|Jake Oster, EnergySavvy||Jim Wontor, Arizona Public Service|
Regular rate now in effect through October 10.
Student Registrations: To be confirmed at the student rate, please send a copy of your student ID and transcript showing enrollment in at least 12 credit hours per semester to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cancellation and Refund Policy: The cancellation deadline is October 9, 2017. A $100 processing fee will be charged. Any cancellations after this date will not be refunded. Use your confirmation code to modify your registration or cancel through the online registration system. This code can be found in your confirmation email. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The Wigwam Arizona
300 East Wigwam Blvd.
Litchfield Park, Arizona
Accommodations are available at the Wigwam Arizona at the group rate of $179 per night (plus tax and a $10 per night resort fee) through September 29, 2017. We encourage you to register and make your reservations now to take advantage of discounted prices and availability.